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Self-Care Tips For Women Who Aren’t White

Limited income, stressful jobs, and daily traumas mean Black and Brown women need a more intense, less expensive pamper routine

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IIt’s up to us to take ownership of how we, as women of color, define and refine our own healing practice. And news flash, that won’t always mean spending cash on a hastily-done…




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Melissa Kimble

Melissa Kimble

On a mission to live with intention. Leader and Founder of #blkcreatives. Really into social media.

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