Grab your tea, wine, coffee, or whatever your choice of drink may be and enjoy it while listening to Deandra on The Black Princess Diaries Podcast. TBPD Podcast is a weekly podcast that discusses a variety of topics and leaves you with something to think about throughout your day as well as your week. Are you ready to get started? Let's get started!
There are no guarantee ways to achieve success, but today, Deandra is giving you 5 ways that can help you set yourself up for it. Grab a pencil and some paper or your phone and get ready to take some notes!
Imposter Syndrome is very real, but it's important to commit to yourself and your talents. Deandra knows a little bit about that as she discusses her blogger consultation service and dealing with imposter syndrome.
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It's really easy to compare where you are now to where someone else is in life, especially when that person has the same goal as you. Everyone succeeds and accomplishes their own goals in their own time.
No relationship is perfect, but there are some key points that each relationship should have in order to work. Grab your pen and paper or your phone and get ready to jot down these seven key points to a good relationship.
Moving from blog post form to podcast form, Deandra helps explains why your body is beautiful. A lot of us in the world may not see our bodies in the light that we should. What makes it beautiful anyway? Give a listen and find out.
Listen as I interview special guest Angela Humphrey. She talks about her life as a black female entrepreneur as she dives into how her business started and where she plans on ending up in the future. If you'd like to keep up with Angela and follow her along her journey, you can check out all of her social media links below:
Today Deandra is discussing the 2020 BET Awards, Juneteenth, and how they both give you that feeling of black pride. She also brings up the 4th of July and just why she no longer feels the need to celebrate it.
If you feel offended listening to this episode...good. Today, Deandra is getting into white privilege and making a call to action for people to keep the same energy they've been having lately and continue to support the black community.
A lot is going on in 2020 and in the first episode of season 3, Deandra feels she needs to touch on what's been going on in the news lately. However, as always, she leaves you with something positive to take with you throughout your day.
It's black history month, and so many amazing people that we honor went through so much in their time, yet they didn't let it stop them. If they didn't let obstacles get in their way like racism and slavery...why should we let obstacles get in our way?
Deandra has seen that people have decided to make a word for the year. This year she decided to make one of her own and she talks about it, what it means, and how to apply it for the year. This year, the word is self-love.
2019 is leaving and 2020 is vastly approaching...literally in three days! In the last episode of the year, Deandra does a small recap and gives you some encouraging words and advice to take into the new year.
New Year is vastly approaching and that means people are getting ready to write their usual resolutions. The problem is...we fail at them every time. In today's podcast episode, Deandra discusses why that is.
This is no news that black girls are winning, but we are really taking home the crown lately with FOUR black pageant 2019 winners! How amazing is that!? Deandra discusses the significance of these wins and brings you a little motivation for black girls to take with them into the new year and years to come.
From T.I. checking his daughter's hymen to an innocent young woman in college being murdered by her best friend. So much is going on that shows you how important it is to protect yourself and your wellbeing.
Today I have new author Sherman Williams on the podcast discussing his book called The Search. I ask him a few questions and we get to learn a little bit more about him and the reason behind why he wrote his book.
So many people out there don't realize their worth so they keep the company of others who also don't know the worth of the person. It's time to stop and say no to anyone that doesn't see the beauty in you.
Sometimes we may not feel like a girl boss even though it can be as simple as saying you are one. I provide just a few tips to help you get into the mindset of feeling like one in hopes you're able to take these tips into your daily lives.
This week I'm discussing topics written on my blog about the abortion laws, my exciting news, my faith, and black mental health. Grab your drinks and snacks because these are some big topics and we're taking a dive!