I’ve always been told that “you can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.” As we embark on another February celebration of Black History, my first urge is that we don’t forget about the past when March hits. Black History is all around us from January to December, so let’s take this time to reflect on how life would be if this weren’t the case. (more…)
What would you tell your 10 year-old self?
Do you ever think about your childhood and how some things you held a high regard for then, really don’t matter now? I do. In fact, I wish I could tell the 10-year-old me some things that could have helped me avoid or better navigate some of the difficult times. (more…)
“You know what I mean right?”… Well actually, I don’t. How many times have you had a conversation only to walk away not really understanding what was said? Probably more times than any of us care to admit. We don’t ask questions because we don’t want to look dumb; especially when it comes to financial products and services. (more…)