Who doesn't LOVE a good wig?! We do! As millennial women on the go, it is definitely a convenience to have a good wig on standby for any random date nights or last minute brunch plans with friends. This Friday, The Millennial Wives Club would like to introduce you to Millennial Jasmine McKenzie, owner of JazzBeautyBar.Read More
MILLENNIAL MAGIC & INSPIRATION
I had the esteemed pleasure of being a guest speaker at a Branding and Blogging Workshop hosted by A Seat at the Table in Dallas, TX! This was my first time meeting Sabeina, the creator of A Seat at the Table, and she is AMAZING. I attend a lot of events in Dallas, and this was by far my favorite, because it was such great planning and full of purpose.Read More
Ladies, I am telling you, do things that scare you no matter how afraid you are. The best thing would be that you ended up with results you wanted. The other case would be you realized you screwed up and it did not work out the way you wanted. Silver lining to the second scenario? At least now you won’t keep thinking about what if. Set an example, if not for anyone else set it for you. You can always come back home and eat nutella with a spoon while crying to Grey’s Anatomy.Read More
The Millennial Wives Club got the opportunity to sit down and talk to Girl Boss Jade Renee from Luxx Media Group! This girl is our people, and we were so happy to highlight her knowledge and expertise.
We talked society's expectation of women, recipe for success, branding tips, and so much more! Jade is our social media bestie, we loved her content, and we really enjoyed getting to know her story. She dropped a few hidden gems as well.Read More
"Nothing I have has come easy but man, faith and resiliency can take you to the highest of places." We love Courtney and her transparency about her lifestyle as a Boutique Owner and Blogger. She is the epitome of hustle!
Check out our latest interview!Read More
The Millennial Wives Club got the opportunity to sit down and talk to Millennial Single and Baddie Godmother Sydney! We were so excited and happy to catch up with her right before celebrating her 2 Year Anniversary with The Baddie Brunch Series.Read More
The Millennial Wives Club had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Millennial Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger, Bianca from Curvaceously Bee! We wanted to highlight Bianca because she is all about supporting and empowering women through sharing her fashion tips, being open and honest about her weight loss surgery, and simply being herself. Check out her interview below!Read More
Tia and Shellie are two millennial wives who are spilling the tea on real life topics as it pertains to pop culture and a day in the life of us.
Join us bi-weekly for unfiltered conversations about our busy, booked, and blessed lives as millennial wives
Please review and let us know your thoughts!Read More
The Millennial Wives Club had the opportunity to sit down and talk to freelance fashion designer and owner of Slayde Hair Lounge, Porschea Lasha! It was a pleasure allowing Porschea to share her story and struggles juggling two completely different careers from her own perspective.
Her 2018 Motto is: "Everything I'm Not Made Me Everything I Am"Read More
The Millennial Wives Club had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Millennial MUA and Owner of Desire Lash Company, Desiree Phillips! It was such a fun interview and we hope you enjoy hearing her story and gain something from her advice and experience as an entrepreneur.
Her 2018 Affirmation: FACE ALL YOUR FEARS!
Watch her interview below and read her interview after that!Read More
I was honored to be asked for an interview by Oprah Bradford and I really did enjoy the questions that she asked me. It really made me explore my journey from a single woman to the wife I am today.
Check out my Interview with Oprah "Zip" Bradford here.
The Millennial Wives Club is celebrating the special and exciting qualities that make someone magical. Every Monday we feature different Millennials who will be recognized for their special talent, gift, business/entrepreneurship, career, and influence.
This Monday we are highlighting Britne Daughtdrill, a millennial wife, professional therapist, and the creator of a blog called "The Destiny Dive".
Commit to yourself to regularly practice these 5 self-care tips. You will find that your days are lighter and less stressful. You’ll feel rejuvenated. You’ll be more productive and accomplish way more than when you ran on “E”. Remember, “E” stands for empty and exhausted, and you ain’t getting anywhere with that, Honey! You know how you wish you had more hours in a day? Practice self-care, and they magically appear in the same 24 hours you had before! How? I don’t know, but it happens! You’ll likely end up with true free time on your hands. Bonus tip for you over-achievers: if you add in healthy eating and moving your sexy body around, that’ll only boost your energy even more! Now, get out of here, and get yo’ self-care on!Read More
Have you checked out Blavity's latest article about the report "African American Women: Our Science, Her Magic" from Nielsen's website?!
The report analyzes how black women interact with technology, social media, television and also details the natural hair movement and projecting a positive image.Read More
So there's this really dope anonymous girl who used to do my nails a few months ago. She was basically a one woman show in her own little natural nail studio. What made her so special to me is that she didn't use a drill, she actually grew my nails healthy and strong, and I could actually hold a conversation with her while she did my nails. She only did nails by appointment and she was pricey but it was worth it. I went to her faithfully every 3 weeks for over a year, I made my appointments far in advance so she'd know when I was coming, and in my mind we had become friends!Read More
Today at church, our guest pastor asked, "What's the Title of Your Life Story?" I instantly thought "Living Life in Transition". I still don't know if that's good or bad. I can definitely see the good because I'm constantly growing and living life to the fullest with no regrets.Read More
I have been in a relationship for four years. Recently I learned that my partner impregnated another woman, and yesterday he went to pay damages. This person asked me to terminate pregnancy 2 years back because he wasn't ready, I also felt that raising another child outside marriage wouldn't be ideal. After trying to convince him to keep the baby I went ahead and terminated it. We love each other dearly. Somehow he doesn't wanna grow
The question would be can I stay in this relationship and
still be happy? Will he ever respect me? He asked for forgiveness and wants us to work it out.