On episode 49 we talk about the passing of Nipsey Hussel, loss, and how we cope with death in our own lives.
Making a mistake can’t be the excuse for every mishap. Here is what we think about pop culture’s most recent blunders.
On this episode, we are joined by Latoya Shanielle and Queen Bee, two media & entertainment mavens who have taken us under their wings from day one.
To go to college? Or not to go to college? Find out what we think.
This episode of Goddess Culture is all about accepting the skin you’re in and being accepting of everyone else's’
This week we discuss follow-through and letting go of the “crabs in a barrel” mentality to get ahead in the game.
We hope this episode reminds you that social media is just a highlight reel. That the real work happens behind the scenes and the REAL work is not always pretty.
Starting a business with your friend can be difficult, but this is how we do it.
Picture this: NYC, your 20s, dating, adulting, and dope people. That’s this episode.
Don’t let them stop your shine. Listen to ways to stop the people and circumstances around you from halting your growth.
You have to trust you. Hear how we navigate trusting ourselves and working through adulthood.
Being a black woman in a working environment can be difficult, but we give you some short cuts to make the experience as great as it should be.
There comes a time when we all have to know when to mind our business and use out privilege for good.
Listen as we spill the tea about ourselves…good, bad, and funny.
As black girls, we all have a story about our hair. What’s your’s?
Learn your love languages and how they affect the way you love and recieve love.
How do you take care of yourself during the week?
How to cut out self destructive behavior out.
Get some girls who have your back.
We are officially one year in - Happy birthday to us!
We slack too, but there are perks to working as hard as you can.
Words mean things. Watch how you use them.
Sometimes it feels like we all grew up in the same living room. Does your childhood sound like ours?
We all need a lauh. Allow Wenxel Black to make your day.
Hella real. Hella funny. Hella insecure.
The phone is glued to our hands. How is that shaping the way we connect?
A lot of us are spiritual now. Why is that?
You have the tools to achieve what you want to. You just have to get on the same page with the universe.
We are dissecting 32 things "they" say black girls like.