Interview with Briana (Founder of Breathe Studios)

Question: How did you come by the name of your business? Coming up with the name of my business was a long process. This is because, I wanted something easy to remember and true to the activities of the business. Also, I wanted a name that was general enough in such a way that it wouldn’t scare anyone who wasn’t a yogi away. The first … Continue reading Interview with Briana (Founder of Breathe Studios)

Meet the Innovative Event Planner and Founder of Events by Golden Dove

I will be concluding this month’s interview series with the Founder of Events by Golden Dove, Geraldine Brace. This fire ball of a woman is filled with passion and creativity. As a soul who loves learning from others, I decided to share this interview with the goal of inspiring  other women. How did you come by the name of your business? Response:  I got the … Continue reading Meet the Innovative Event Planner and Founder of Events by Golden Dove

Interview with Catherine ( Lady May ) Hagan – Founder and CEO – The R’ajwa Company

This month, a series of motivational interviews featuring African female entrepreneurs will be presented in this space. These phenomenal females who are fearlessly pursuing their dreams while contributing their quota to the improvement of the human condition will offer us a glimpse of their personae. Spearheading this series is Lady May. While I realize that neither a blog post, nor a book nor a movie can … Continue reading Interview with Catherine ( Lady May ) Hagan – Founder and CEO – The R’ajwa Company

Fashion Tourism as a Vehicle for Economic Growth in Ghana

Fashion is a multi-billion dollar industry that has contributed massively to the economic growth of countries in the western hemisphere. An observation of the fashion capitals of the world (Paris, New York, London, Los Angeles, Rome, Milan, Barcelona, Berlin, Madrid and Tokyo) can reveal the huge impact of fashion on a country’s economy.  The evolving fashion landscape in Ghana is indeed a fascinating phenomenon. Also, … Continue reading Fashion Tourism as a Vehicle for Economic Growth in Ghana

How To Get Younger Looks With Herbal Skin Moisturizing Face Pack?

By Dustin Franklin How to moisturize skin safely and naturally? This is a common query heard from people. In this article, we are going to see how to get younger looks with herbal skin moisturizing face pack. Avocado is one among the best food sources to improve skin tone. You can make use of this remedy both internally and externally. If your skin is in … Continue reading How To Get Younger Looks With Herbal Skin Moisturizing Face Pack?

5 West-African Organic Skin Care Brands Worth Trying

Who doesn’t love glowing, clear and beautiful skin ? I know I do! Apparently, a great diet along with exercise and wholesome products can help us attain our beauty ideals. With so many skin care brands out there, how can a girl to figure out brands that feature authentic and organic skin care products effortlessly? Below, you will find a list of  organic skin care … Continue reading 5 West-African Organic Skin Care Brands Worth Trying

Akan Mythology on the Origin of Children

Recently, I was invited to a naming ceremony (outdooring). Since both parents were affiliated to the Akan ethnic group(Ghana), the naming ceremony was conducted according to the tenets of their culture. Two hours after I arrived, the ceremony finally began…whew ! Perched on my seat at the front row, I focused intently on the elder as my mind pondered on the pearls of wisdom he … Continue reading Akan Mythology on the Origin of Children

African Inspired Fall Staples

Pair this stunning ankara kimono with pants for a contemporary look. An over-sized tote featuring faux leather and geometric prints is the perfect accessory to complete your look ! 3.This chunky, exotic , krobo bead statement necklace exudes excitement and elegance. Incorporate it into your look for a novel twist !   4. With its’ rich colors and patterns, this striking maxi skirt can be … Continue reading African Inspired Fall Staples

Peanut Butter Soup Recipe – Ghana

Total Time – 1 hour Ingredients Protein of choice 1/2 – 1 Pepper ( habanero or scotch bonnet) 1 and red onion – diced 2 cups broth (chicken, goat,lamb or dried fish)  divided 4 medium cloves garlic – peeled Fresh ginger (about 1.5 inch knob), divided 1 cup creamy peanut butter 10 – 12 fresh seeded plum tomatoes Salt to taste Choice of spices Pairs … Continue reading Peanut Butter Soup Recipe – Ghana

An Open Letter to an African Female Child

Dear African Female Child, I hope you enjoy your childhood. I hope you are raised in an environment that honors “Who” you are and above all, I hope that you grow up to be a blazing, shining, light in the world.These are my hopes and wishes for you. However, I do realize that just because I have these hopes for you doesn’t mean that your … Continue reading An Open Letter to an African Female Child