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Meladi Brewer


10 Ways to Handle Your Emotions Before They Handle You

By Meladi Brewer / March 22, 2021

Many times we as humans decide to suppress our feelings and emotions as a way of coping with the trauma we do not want to face. However, by suppressing our emotions, we are harming ourselves and allowing the “forgotten” memories to continuously eat away at our subconscious. Understanding how to handle our emotions and feelings […]


The importance of a Power Pose: How Your Body Language Affects You

By Meladi Brewer / March 20, 2021

The importance of a power pose is commonly misunderstood. Growing up, we constantly hear about the importance of body language and to sit up straight or pull our shoulders back, but few people actually understand how much of an impact it has. It not only helps how others perceive us, but it helps with performance […]


History at The Grammys: How Women of Color Are Making A Break Through

By Meladi Brewer / March 18, 2021

-photo by Martdiz History was made at the 63rd Grammys Sunday, as women have finally received the recognition they deserve. The Grammy Awards is a ceremony held in the United States where awards are presented by the Recording Academy to recognize achievement in the music industry. This year was monumental because women- especially women of […]


5 Important Life Lessons We Often Learn Too Late

By Meladi Brewer / March 5, 2021

Life is a process of continuous learning. To gain control of our lives and live freely without worrying about how others perceive us, there are some lessons we can learn. How you think and how you feel create your state of being. There are some who are content with coasting through and expecting to know […]


National Endometriosis Awareness Month: 4 Ways to Raise Endometriosis Awareness

By Meladi Brewer / March 2, 2021

The month of March has been declared National Endometriosis Awareness Month in order to raise awareness. 176 million reproductive-age women have endometriosis worldwide. Symptoms start when the female reaches the age of menstruation and continues until the age of menopause. It is important to bring additional awareness to this misunderstood disease because the lack of […]


5 Ways to Get Back on Track When You Have Lost Your Way

By Meladi Brewer / February 25, 2021

Having a low moment in life is temporary, but sometimes you may need 5 ways to get back on track when you have lost your way. There is not a human on the planet who does not have low moments in their life when they feel completely stuck and do not know what to do. […]


6 Types of Eating Disorders: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

By Meladi Brewer / February 23, 2021

Those who have one of the 6 types of eating disorders are well-informed and aware; however, the general public can benefit from additional information as eating disorders are not widely known. National Eating Disorders Awareness Week runs from February 22nd through the 28th and serves as an educational tool for those with and without eating […]


5 Ways to Finally Stop Procrastinating

By Meladi Brewer / February 21, 2021

When we procrastinate, we squander away our free time and put off important tasks we should be doing until it is too late. Then we often panic and wish we had gotten started earlier because now we do not have enough time. Procrastinators spend years of their life caught in this cycle: delaying, putting things […]


The Cultural Importance of Food: An International Connection

By Meladi Brewer / February 18, 2021

Food is a powerful connective tool. We build our bonds with friends and family over dinners, we go to restaurants on dates, we prepare food for others and with others. Even when we’re cooking and eating alone, food still connects us to the world. Whether it is a particular meal reminding us of home, or […]

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