What inspired you to start your business?
I am inspired by my own journey through self care and wellness and the stigmas of my Jamaican background that have weighed many generations down.
What do you love about being a Black Woman Business Owner?
I get to support other women who look like me create change not only for themselves but for our future generations.
What are the biggest obstacles you see for Black Women Business Owners?
Lack of funding and opportunities for Black Women Business owners on a whole. As well as the belief of competition and lack of support amongst our communities.
How do you define success?
Success is seeing my clients achieve their goals and surpassing them by the time session come to an end. It is providing my clients the opportunity to take care of themselves first and show up better for their family, friends and communities.
How do you start your day?
At the moment I start my day with a moment of silence in bed to just take in all the day has to offer me, followed by some herbal tea. Though, I believe our life and routines should be fluid, allowing us to tune into what our bodies need at any given moment.
If you had reset button to start all over, what would you do differently? Why?
I would have wanted the vision of purpose to be given to me a bit sooner, so I could make space for even more change and growth within my community. Though, nothing happens outside of divine timing and I trust that I began the vision of my business exactly at the time that I needed to.
What is a word that describes you?
What's the best advice you've ever received?
"You can't change anyone else, but you can change you"
How has, if in anyway, Buy from a Black Woman help you with your business journey?
My business was shared to a group of Home Depot staff.
Anything else you would like to add to our readers?
Please take time out to check in with yourself first. If you aren't well, you cannot fully support others.
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