This article has compiled practical self-care advice from POC creators in one comprehensive list to encourage you to live your best life.
You spend a lot of time on your work. You spend a lot of time on your family and friends. But how much time to you take to focus on yourself?
Let the advice from busy people like you steer you toward the right direction.
Breanna Powell’s career plan was to join the field of social work. During the summer of 2020 a different path presented itself and she switched gears to become a content creator and social media manager. So she created The Social Hive in Durham, NC and got busy on social media so brands wouldn’t have to. Read Breanna’s interview here.
Dawn Okoro, Texas-born visual artist, of Okoro Studio has been featured in USA Today, Harper’s Bazaar, W Magazine, Architectural Digest and Essence. In February 2022, Okoro made her UK debut with her solo exhibition, Mad Explosive Spontaneity at Maddox Gallery. Read Dawn’s interview here.
Eso Tolson is a Memphis-based curator and hand letterer. He curates some of the most impressive playlists and lives by the motto, “Make Dope Stuff Every Day.” Read Eso’s interview here.
Maya G. Pete
Maya G. Pete is a New York based writer who runs the MayaEsthetic.com blog. There she has found a way to make an impact with her writing for those traveling the paths of self-love and self-actualization. Read Maya’s interview here.
Maya Taylor is an MTV VMA nominated choreographer and movement director. She has created for several major brands and performing artists, like MAC Cosmetics and Solange Knowles. Read Maya’s interview here.
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