Hey Bestie! It's Amazon Prime Day! And there is no time like now to save on some of our favorite items or items we have been waiting for the price to drop.



Between today and tomorrow, I will be adding items to my Amazon Prime Day 2020 Storefront. Just items that I am finding really good deals on. Here is the link so you can grab some of my favorite items: https://amzn.to/3dpeaWI


Happy Amazon Prime Day(s)!!!


XoXo,

E





We are in Quarter 4 and its time to get our houses in order before the new year starts. It is time to create a plan for your financial security. Now more than ever we really need to make sure that start looking at our finances and seeing what we can do to become financially secure.

Step 1: Reduce/ Eliminate Debt

Create a plan that will identify your financial situation and how you eliminate or reduce debt. This will be your strategy for getting out of debt. See Get Out Of Debt Plan below.

Step 2: Stabilize Financial Situation

Once you have created your G.O.O.D Plan it is time to execute that plan so that you can stabilize your financial situation. Reducing expenses and increasing your income. Creating a balance between the two.

Step 3: Increase/ Build Assets

This is where you develop your Asset Building Plan. The ABP will be the financial plan that is going to help you create a financial plan for the future.


Check out this week's Financial Friday video where I talk about Financial Security and the importance of a home-based business.


Here is the worksheet for you to start creating a G.O.O.D Plan.

Get Out Of Debt Plan
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Don't let 2021 start and you are still in the same place you were in 2019! GO GET your financial security!


XoXo,

E.



If you guys have been following me for a while, then you should know how heavy my heart is about the Breonna Taylor case since it started. Yesterday was my birthday and although a joyous occasion, there was still an overwhelming feeling of anger that her murderers were not even charged with her murder.


I felt sick to my stomach reading the headlines. For once I had just hoped that the reason they took 194 days to arrest her murderers was because they wanted an iron clad case. They wanted to make sure the charges would stick. I mean after all the Attorney General was a black man with a black mom and black siblings. Surely, this would be a case that we would see justice. Nope. Not all.



Reading that only one of the three officers was charged was heart breaking. Then to see the grand jury only indicted Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment, soul crushing. They didn't even site Breonna as a victim! I could barely stand to be on social media long yesterday because I was infuriated! How are we supposed to believe in a justice system that never believed in justice for us?


Breonna Taylor was a black woman. Breonna Taylor was a daughter. Breonna Taylor was a sister. Breonna Taylor was a friend. Breonna Taylor was me. I see so may posts about her ex boyfriend and i'm appalled. Everyone acting like they don't have a past or haven't had dealings with someone who wasn't right. She had a whole new boyfriend and some of the commenters are still with their meth using, abusive, cheating husbands. Make it make sense.



Breonna, I'm sorry the system failed you. From the time they entered that "no-knock" warrant into the system, to entering your home and your boyfriend protecting you, to the amount of hours it took for them to tell your mom that you were deceased, to the 194 days that went by before they came to a decision. I'm sorry that it meant for them to pay off your family than to bring justice for you being murdered. I am sorry that the next door neighbors walls were valued more and received justice before you did. You mattered. You still matter!



So here I am doing research and trying to understand more about what it takes to get someone convicted of murder charges. It's time now to educate ourselves, our daughters, our friends. I'm tired. I don't know a better way to put it than I'M TIRED.


We have to continue to fight for justice! You have the power to help fight by voting for local policies and politicians that have the best interest for your community. Voting is more important now than ever! It isn't just about the President, your vote for local and state officials goes longer. If you haven't registered to vote, please click this link and get registered NOW! Your voice matters, use it! If you want to see change, be the change!



With all of that being said, it's ok to take a break from social media to process things. I am a black woman and to feel so unprotected by the ones that are supposed to protect us, just makes you want to go and hide. So take sometime to process all that is going on and detox. Don't subscribe to comment sections that are triggering. Don't give your peace and energy away to an empty argument. Protect you sis, because no one else will.


Signed,

Chelle, A Black Woman Hurting


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