Latham Thomas, founder of Mama Glow: A graduate of Columbia University & The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Latham is a maternity lifestyle maven, wellness & birth coach/doula, yoga teacher, on the vanguard of transforming the maternal wellness movement. Her practice provides support to pre/postnatal women along their journey to motherhood offering culinary and nutritional services, yoga, and birth coaching services.
Barnes & Noble
Book stores may have decreased over the years, but Barnes & Noble is still the place to be. With an array of sections hosting a multitude of topics and Starbucks café in house, you can read while you relax with your peppermint tea, latte, or decaf.
Seal’s 7th album is a blend of smooth sound with igniting energy. And as always, Seal's voice requires no definition.
Dawn Edwards is a writer, dancer, and teacher with a heart for social justice. Her years of studying law and political justice has cultivated a calling for becoming an activist. On her blog, Dawn dives into topics many are reluctant to dissert. Her latest blog Our country needs a True Revolutionary Leader explores the importance of electing a leader with emotional intelligence and the capacity required to unite this country. In addition, be on the lookout for the upcoming release of this writer’s first book Food 4 Thought: a compilation of life lessons through short stories and inspirational quotes.
A lively neighborhood in the heart of DC! With an array of consignment shops, great restaurants, and beautiful homes in the historic district, there is plenty to take advantage of during a day trip or weekend getaway!
Pinterest is an amazing site for helping us organize our ideas and finding inspiration! If you are in search of interesting appetizers for a gathering or the perfect furniture layout for your studio, this is the site for you! Furthermore, you can create boards on your personal page to use as references!
This brother and sister duo has produced the highly anticipated book Mr. Right Meets MisUnderstood! Inside, they share the secrets to finding our perfect fit. The authors brilliantly discourage us from looking for love in the wrong places. Check out their Instagram – the page is filled with bits of wisdom and every day inspiration.
Downtown Bethesda, MD
This city is alive with eccentricities! There is no shortage of vintage shops, trendy restaurants, and mingling individuals. Don’t feel up to driving? Take advantage of the rent-a-bike service the city offers and cruise with ease. This lovely city is especially fun to take advantage of during the warmer months.
This book cleverly uses the analogy of shopping to offer insight on dating, finding the right fit, and most importantly understanding the value of self before becoming entangled with another.
Mr. Right Meets MsUnderstood
Lauren Ash, Founder & Creative Director of Black Girl In Om, Wellness Curator, Yoga Instructor. In her own words: “I am the Founder and Creative Director of Black Girl In Om, a lifestyle brand focused on cultivating holistic wellness, inner beauty, and self-empowerment for women of color. I am also a certified yoga instructor, wellness curator, and creative writer…”
Standford Grill offers a cozy atmosphere with the help of low lighting and a beautiful fireplace. Their food is delightful, and the staff provides warm, friendly, and professional service.
This book is a magnificent tool for teaching self-love. You Can Heal Yourself offers helpful tips and affirmations that help the reader examine their habits in order to make positive change. Louise's message is simple yet profound: "Life is really very simple. What we give out, we get back."
You Can Heal Your Life
Monthly I will post my favorite people, places, and things; hence the name of this segment - Noun.
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz helps us with being impeccable with our word, to not take anything personally, to not make assumptions, and to always do our best.
A city strong with culture, artistic outlets, and creative individuals.
I don’t know this woman personally, and I have yet to see her news feed. But this comment stood out in a slew of negative statements on a posted picture referring to Beyonce’s new video Formation. The song expresses the singer’s love of her culture and its features such as “afros”. It’s commendable that Beyonce is utilizing her platform to spread awareness during a time of racial division and devastation. Let us celebrate this moment.. Just as every life matters, so does each small victory.