Fellow blogger and podcast host, Deandra, is talking all things lifestyle, giving you all of the real, and everything in between while leaving her listeners with some motivation at the end. So put on your crowns, fill up your favorite cup, and enjoy. You're tuned into The Black Princess Diaries podcast.
In this episode, Deandra is laying it all out on the table and sharing her frustrations with society and how they treat fat women and women in the plus-size community.
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Do you recall being told as a child that you should be seen and not heard? Maybe as a pre-teen or teenager, not having the authority to tell adults what was really on your mind? Well, the habit of keeping quiet could travel with you into adulthood, which then allows people to do or say whatever they want. It's time to make a vow to never let that happen again!
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Deandra is a single 26-year-old who is refusing to take another dive into the dating pool. She has some thoughts on how dating is today and is sharing those thoughts in today's episode.
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Deandra has been making sure she remains on the pathway to success and now she's making sure you do the same by sharing the acronym M.A.P. that she created. Find out exactly what it stands for and how you can use it too!
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With everything personal and in between going on, Deandra is feeling like her crown is slipping from the weight of it all. However, she knows that she's not alone and has a message for the women who are also feeling the same and need some encouragement to pick up their crowns as well.
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Saying "I don't see color" is a popular statement that is used often by people who don't reside in the black and brown community. Some people assume they're being harmless when saying it, and some are using it to defend their racism. What was first written as a blog post, Deandra felt inspired by the celebration of Juneteenth to take this topic further and discuss it in today's podcast episode.
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Today's episode features new and upcoming YouTuber Kalia, also known as ShineKataleya on Youtube. Tune in as we're diving into her YouTube channel, discussions on dealing with miscarriage, and talk of the future.
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People have been starting to realize their worth and leaving their toxic jobs. This was no different for Deandra as she left her job right in the middle of a pandemic. Listen in as she explains the reasons for leaving and why it's good that others are leaving their jobs too.
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Hey loves! We're FINALLY back with the first episode of season four! In this episode, Deandra gets right into it with her first topic of the season about the struggles of becoming an entrepreneur. Going through the process herself, she knows A LOT about the subject, but she also leaves you feeling hopeful about the beauty of the journey.
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It's the last episode of season 3...my how time flies! Deandra couldn't just leave without giving a little word for you guys to think about of course! Listen in as she talks all about perspective, and make sure you go through the entire episode because there just might be a special announcement.
Fellow entrepreneurs know that this world is not for the weak or the shy at all! It forces you to step out of your shell, or get left behind. Listen in as Deandra discusses how the language she uses when she's promoting her blogger service made her realize how she needs to step out of her shell if she wants to succeed.
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With everything going on and being thrown at us this year, including the injustices, it doesn't seem like there is such a thing as peace. This world has been anything but peaceful and it makes you wonder...what is peace?
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!