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No love for HOBOsexuals

So initially my thought process about this issue was to speak of the men that allow women to support them, while they contribute little to the betterment or productivity of their homelife. However, after much thought, I think this topic has been done over and over and I want  to approach it a bit differently (I may comeback to the men eventually, but.. not right now).
I want to talk about the WOMEN who allow their men to be this way. Now .. women are very understanding, especially black women, we understand and sympathize with the issues that our men face on a daily basis. We know that second chances come few and far between for them, we know that they weren’t always allocated the same opportunities that other men of other races were given, so we make special exceptions for that. These are excellent character traits! Not to discredit those things, but let’s face it ladies, black women face numerous obstacles as well. Somehow, within the many obstacles we face, we still MANAGE to get o…

Bust through the Weight Loss Plateau

By Neecy Roney
So you’ve cut back on the sweets and started working out regularly. You’ve even found a way to keep that hair slayed while you work on your new body. BUT, you have come to a point where the weight loss is slowing down, or even worse, you stop losing weight all together! Being stuck in a weight loss plateau sucks, especially when you’ve been doing everything right. Don’t revert back to your old habits! (Put the chips down Sista Gurls) Start thinking FITT! FITT stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type. Change just one of these items at a time until you begin to start losing weight again. To continue to challenge your body and improve your strength and conditioning, you need to regularly switch up HOW you workout.
Here are 4 tips you can do at the gym (or home) to bust through the weight loss plateau and conquer that weight loss goal. Frequency – As you know, this refers to how often you exercise. If you’re working out 3 times a week, increase this to 4 times. Per the C…