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The Right Cleanser For Your Skin Type? How to Choose

How to Choose the Right Cleanser For Your Skin Type - The Melanated Maven

Guest Post by Allie Cooper, freelance blogger     No skincare routine is complete without cleansing your skin. If you skip this first crucial step, there’s no proper way for you to completely rid your pores of bacteria, grime, and makeup ⁠⁠— leading to irritation and other problematic skin conditions.…

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Why Self Care Is The Best Way To Boost Productivity

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    Do you feel like you’re busier than ever? You’re exhausted, just can’t get ahead of your to-do list, and you’re feeling more and more unproductive by the day? Well sis, that’s burn-out. But surprisingly, self care boosts productivity in ways you wouldn’t believe!   In the fast-paced world…

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Empowerment, Personal Growth, Self Care Tips

5 Self Care Tips for Empaths

    I’ve always been highly sensitive to emotions and crowded environments. It’s difficult for me to be around people that give off negative vibes and it doesn’t take long in public before I’m exhausted from sensory overload.   Maybe it’s the Pisces in me (we’re known to be incredibly…

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Empowerment, Lifestyle, Personal Growth, Self Care Tips

Why Black Women Should Go To Therapy

Why Black Women Don't Go To Therapy (But They Should)

  Remember when mental health used to be such a taboo subject? When it seemed like therapy was only for anyone who was clinically depressed or suicidal?    Well luckily, our generation (I’m not too fond of the word millennial…) seems to be a bit more open to tackling our…

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4 Tips To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick (And Overcome Your Anxiety)

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    Wishing you all a Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe that another year is already over, but I can say that I am happy (and relieved) to take what I’ve learned from the last year, and continue working on my own healing. And I anticipate much more…

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