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Ja'Nae Lewis

Ja'Nae Lewis
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Ja’Nae was born in Houma and raised on the outskirts of New Orleans known as the Westbank, where she still resides. She’s currently dating her boyfriend of 3 years and together they raise their daughter A’nylah. After attending Jackson State University, she moved back to New Orleans and then earned her master’s at Full Sail University in Public Relations, she currently works part-time at a local Bra Boutique where she enjoys helping women feel good about themselves. In her free times, she’s looking for the latest fashion trends, working out, learning how to organize her life, relaxing by enjoying a good movie or series and finding fun things to do with her new family.

Juneteenth: A Day of Freedom {What You Need to Know}

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June 19th, do you know that this day has meaning? Three years ago, I didn’t. I should have, it’s about our culture, our history, it’s a day about freedom. African American Freedom. June 19th also...

It’s Ok to Talk to Someone

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Growing up, no one ever told me that mental health was important. I knew about people with disabilities or learning disorders, but I never knew anything about, depression, anxiety, etc. During college, my mood would...

Seven Mobile Apps You Can Use To Chat With Loved Ones

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Unemployed During a Pandemic

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A few weeks ago, I was living my normal life. I dropped my baby off at daycare, headed to work and did my normal routine. I work for a local retail store, so some...

Tips to Keep Healthy Mentally and Physically During Social Distancing

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Trying to keep my mind off the craziness that is “The Rona,” I tend to stress eat. As I’m working on my health and fitness journey, I must say that this isn’t helping at...

Mom Win {I Survived my First Mardi Gras with a Toddler}

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Whew, Mardi Gras is over. I can honestly say that this Mardi Gras holiday was a very emotional one, but we all came together as a community and still made the good times roll. On...

Hair Love {It’s Okay to Be You}

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All hair is beautiful, whether it's black, brown, pink long, short, etc. We wear it with pride, we can be bold, create different styles with it, it's a part of us. It is us. The...

Thank You Target for Helping to Celebrate Black History Month

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Ok Target! Thanks for honoring Black History Month. February is full of events. It’s the month of love, Mardi Gras season is now a geaux and the celebration of Black History Month. For me, I...

Let’s Make Valentine’s Day Unique

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Ok Lizzo, Let’s Talk … I Need More

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Hey Lizzo, I see you girl. Thanks for being the bold, brave, outgoing person that you are. You show us confidence, self-love, empowerment and girl power. You are a role model to some, and honestly,...

He is Not My “Baby Daddy”

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"Baby Daddy" We hear this often, but what exactly does it mean? According to Merriam-Webster, the phrase "baby daddy" means:: "one who is not married to or in a long-term intimate relationship with the child’s mother” According to...

The Professional Procrastinator :: Not Using my Time Wisely

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Journals and planners and schedules, oh my! Wait, what do I do with those? As I enter my first year as a mom, I now understand the true importance of time management, creating a schedule...

True Life :: I Hired an Event Planner for My Baby’s First Birthday

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She’s one, she’s not going to remember her party. First birthdays are always for the adults. After the initial shock of finding out I was pregnant, I started to think of all the fun things...

My Mother’s Journey {Watching My Hero Fight Her Battle with Breast Cancer}

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We’ve all had some kind of encounter with it, whether it’s a loved one, friend or you personally. My interaction wasn’t personal, but for my superhero it was. That hero was my mom. The day...