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Is Your Hair Routine Causing You Harm?

As Black women, we are serious about our haircare routines. It is not our regular salon visits, but getting our ‘dos tight daily is also critical. But a new report says some of our routines may be causing us more harm than good. We may inhale several milligrams of cyclic

3 Companies That Give Back to the Community Year-Round

The giving season is here. And that doesn’t just mean bountiful gifts to friends and family. GivingTuesday, held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States, inspires the public and businesses to donate to charitable organizations. This hashtag-driven holiday generated $3.1 billion for U.S.-based nonprofits in 2022, according to GivingTuesday

How Hormones May Impact Your Weight

As Black women, controlling our weight may not always be as simple as watching what we eat and exercising more. And it can be even more challenging when we are told that we are obese. That means our body mass index (BMI) is 30 or higher. But sometimes, underlying factors

The Bautista Project Aims to Prevent Homelessness Before It Happens

The Bautista Project is one of five nonprofit organizations SUCCESS magazine is spotlighting during the week of Giving Tuesday. Early in November, we posted on our social media accounts asking followers to nominate a charity they felt was making an impact in their communities. We tallied up the nominations and

5 Ways to Include Volunteer Work on a Resume

Having a well-organized resume can help you land your next job, but knowing what to include might be confusing. You need to showcase your relevant work experience, education and technical skills while ensuring your personality and accomplishments are front and center, all while keeping within one to two pages. With

Use a Gratitude Journal to Boost Your Happiness

A daily gratitude journal helps you record and remember the things you’re grateful for and is a popular practice in positive psychology or the study of human happiness. One of the greatest appeals of keeping a gratitude journal is that it can be as simple or as complex as you

Leading with Kindness: 14 Most Charitable Celebrities

“Celebrities are people too,” we often hear, though the most charitable celebrities are the ones we truly relate to. These are the entertainers, media moguls, TV hosts and entrepreneurs who humbly use their status to enrich the lives of those around them. We’re sharing 14 previous cover stars who embody

4 Ways to Recover from Burnout and Get Back to Enjoying Your Work

Have you ever felt burned out while you were living your dream? Have you been deeply satisfied by your work while still experiencing fatigue? If this resonates, the first thing to do is reevaluate how you complete your work. For example, I was balancing a ton of speaking engagements before

Is Your Hair Routine Causing You Harm?

As Black women, we are serious about our haircare routines. It is not our regular salon visits, but getting our ‘dos tight daily is also critical. But a new report says some of our routines may be causing us more harm than good. We may inhale several milligrams of cyclic

3 Companies That Give Back to the Community Year-Round

The giving season is here. And that doesn’t just mean bountiful gifts to friends and family. GivingTuesday, held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States, inspires the public and businesses to donate to charitable organizations. This hashtag-driven holiday generated $3.1 billion for U.S.-based nonprofits in 2022, according to GivingTuesday

How Hormones May Impact Your Weight

As Black women, controlling our weight may not always be as simple as watching what we eat and exercising more. And it can be even more challenging when we are told that we are obese. That means our body mass index (BMI) is 30 or higher. But sometimes, underlying factors

The Bautista Project Aims to Prevent Homelessness Before It Happens

The Bautista Project is one of five nonprofit organizations SUCCESS magazine is spotlighting during the week of Giving Tuesday. Early in November, we posted on our social media accounts asking followers to nominate a charity they felt was making an impact in their communities. We tallied up the nominations and

5 Ways to Include Volunteer Work on a Resume

Having a well-organized resume can help you land your next job, but knowing what to include might be confusing. You need to showcase your relevant work experience, education and technical skills while ensuring your personality and accomplishments are front and center, all while keeping within one to two pages. With

Use a Gratitude Journal to Boost Your Happiness

A daily gratitude journal helps you record and remember the things you’re grateful for and is a popular practice in positive psychology or the study of human happiness. One of the greatest appeals of keeping a gratitude journal is that it can be as simple or as complex as you

Leading with Kindness: 14 Most Charitable Celebrities

“Celebrities are people too,” we often hear, though the most charitable celebrities are the ones we truly relate to. These are the entertainers, media moguls, TV hosts and entrepreneurs who humbly use their status to enrich the lives of those around them. We’re sharing 14 previous cover stars who embody

4 Ways to Recover from Burnout and Get Back to Enjoying Your Work

Have you ever felt burned out while you were living your dream? Have you been deeply satisfied by your work while still experiencing fatigue? If this resonates, the first thing to do is reevaluate how you complete your work. For example, I was balancing a ton of speaking engagements before