Black History Month: 6 Companies You Should Know

We are revisiting this February 2018 article as part of our ongoing celebration of Black History Month.

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4 Ways to Establish Financial Boundaries

If your friends and/or family members are also always asking you for money and you have trouble turning them down, heed the sage advice offered in this revisited August 2015 article.

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Detroit Nonprofit Mentors Youth Through Sports

In recognition of January’s designation as National Mentoring Month, we are revisiting this inspiring May 2014 article.

8 Frugal Beauty Tips for the Everyday Black Woman

Healthy eating and using natural products for skin and hair are among the ways to spend less on your self-care, according to this revisited August 2016 article.

5 Financial Lessons From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Today, January 15, on what would have been his 91st birthday, we celebrate King and are reposting this informative and insightful January 2014 article.

Harmony Project Mentors Youth Through The Power Of Music

Harmony Project Mentors Youth Through the Power of Music

In recognition of January’s designation as National Mentoring Month, we repost this March 2015 article.

10 Steps to Financial Freedom

In this reposted September 2015 article, the Frugal Feminista offers advice on how to break bad spending habits and how to begin accumulating wealth for the long term.

6 Wealth Principles for the Working Millennial

Though directed at millennials, people of all ages can benefit from the excellent financial advice offered in this revisited October 2015 article.

4 Ways ‘Strong Black Woman Syndrome’ Keeps Us Poor

The idea that African-American women are or should be all things to all people without needing or wanting support themselves is rooted in racism and sexism, and damaging both financially and emotionally, says the author of this revisited June 2015 article.

3 Ways to Survice a Dreaded Holiday Office Party

3 Ways to Survive a Dreaded Holiday Office Party

This revisited December 2017 article lays out ways to reasons and ways to cope at your job’s annual holiday shindig.

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