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April 2021

This is a project of <3 for me. I'm so excited to share it with you. Announcing the launch of my membership site on GroupApp. The membership site gives us the opportunity to have adult, provocative, thought provoking conversations that we can't have on other social media outlets. All are welcome, including members of the LGBTQ+ community.

There are 3 tiers: monthly, quarterly and yearly. Each tier offers discounts on ALL coaching packages, webinars and upcoming events. Interested? Go to I look forward to spending more time with you, answering your questions & concerns, sharing laughs and creating a more accepting, inclusive world. 

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Personal Reflection

Everyday is Valentine's Day

February 2021

Valentine's Week is here. For couples, it means what gift do you get that special someone that isn't cheesy or cheap. For singles, it can be a dreadful day if you're not in a relationship. So I started thinking......why wait to celebrate love and all it represents on 1 particular day. Let's celebrate love everyday. We don't need a special occasion to remind those close to us that we love them especially those who we share our most intimate selves with. It's the thought that counts, not the amount of $$$$ you spend. If you find yourself with someone who only appreciates material things that you can't afford to provide, it may be time to move on (I'm just the messenger). The saying I can do bad all by myself sums it up nicely. Why stay with someone who doesn't care about you? This is why I love studying tantra. Tantra is about connecting with your partner on an intimate level. Developing a shared consciousness that goes beyond the physical realm. Masculine energy is the giver and feminine energy is the receiver. Both join together to form a unique bond. This bond sustains body and mind, bringing us closer to the Universal Force. One becomes a part of the whole and vice versa.

Instead of spending $$$ on an expensive dinner, clothes or jewelry(unless it's an engagement ring because women love diamonds), give your partner something beyond measure YOURSELF. Let go of your troubles. Set time aside to touch, taste, smell and see one another as spirits living a physical experience. Allow your sexual experiences to elevate your thinking. There is no right or wrong way to enjoy sex. What's important is that you spend quality time together.

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Personal Reflection

Looking back on 2020

December 2020


2020 didn't go the way I intended. Maybe some of you are feeling the same way. The ball dropped and the future seemed bright. Big plans, big ideas then the unforeseeable happened.....


Shit!!!! Life came to a complete standstill. Nothing has gone back to normal. And being completely honest, it never will. We're in uncharted territory. The decisions we make today will have consequences for future generation. Am I scared? Hmm..... sometimes. Worried.....sometimes. I know what measures I take to secure my safety and that of my family. I can't control what anyone else does. It's emotionally exhausting and a complete waste of time & energy.


I spent the last 9 months unlearning and deprogramming myself. The habits and behaviors run deep; so much of the emotional baggage I carry doesn't belong to me. It's thoughts that were projected unto me. Disengaging and uncovering who I really am has been daunting. It's an ongoing process. The final destination isn't the prize; it's the journey with all its bumps, cracks, curves, ups & downs.

I found more time to read since is stopped grinding and hustling. The content I created for social media shifted: the focus is on quality and sharing valuable information vs. posting for likes. Actually, I spent less time on social media. Instead of consuming content, I spent time outside in nature (except in winter, I hate the cold).

I took webinars and connected with community. I'm more vocal using my platform to advocate for others who's voices are overlooked and frequently silenced. I'm relying on community more than ever because without it Black, Brown and Indigenous people cannot thrive. 

Moving from a scarcity mindset to one of abundance is a daily challenge. I spent time chanting, meditating(still doesn't come easily) using all the tools that I collected over the years. Appreciating the relationships I have because without them these past 9 months would have been an utter clusterfuck.

Finally, I take full advantage of the time I have by staying present in the moment. Each moment is precious. I don't have to make New Year resolutions or ask anyone for permission to start over again. That opportunity happens each new day when I open my eyes. Some days are easier than others and that's okay because with each end, there's a new beginning.


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Mental Health & Wellness 

Adjusting to something new

March 2020

It's normal to have a roller coaster of emotions right now. This is new territory for all of us. When this all started, I was really scared and worried. I spent the first few days reading every article that came out. I was glued to Twitter and Facebook reading every news article. I noticed that none of these helped me feel better. All it did was exasperate the situation even more. I realized I had to change if I wanted to feel better. Here are few tips with you that you may find useful:

  • Meditate. There are plenty of apps to choose from on Google Play and Apple App Store.
  • Use social media constructively. It's important to stay connected to friends and family. Share inspirational memes and stories. Laughing is a great energy booster. 
  • Get some sun. Sunlight is a great source of vitamin D. It supports healthy bones, improves metabolism and sleep quality.
  • Engage in physical activity like yoga, walking, tai chi, dancing.
  • Take a soothing bath.
  • Cook as a family. There are plenty of online recipes that you can try together to make lunch & dinner more interesting.
  • Create artwork together. Try sketching, coloring or painting as a way to bond and grow closer.

I hope that you and your family remain safe and healthy.



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An ongoing series of informational entries

Routine Health & Self-Care - Working Healthy Strategies Into Your Life

October 2019

For most people these days multitasking isn’t a skill, it’s a fact of life. This usually translates into things such as eating lunch at your desk or talking on the phone with a colleague while going for a walk. The demands of work and home practically require us to mesh personal activities with responsibilities. If that sounds like your life, consider the usefulness of incorporating important health strategies, things that help you feel better and think more positively, into your daily routine. You already know how to do this — you just need to make it happen.

Meditate Between Tasks

There are times during the day when you have 10 or 15 minutes before a meeting or phone conference starts. It’s not really enough time to launch into something substantial, but it’s enough time to relax and get your mind off deadlines and quotas for just a little while before you get really busy again. Practice meditation during those interludes; treat them like five-minute mini-breaks, an opportunity to free your thoughts and feelings and think about nothing.

Meditation is a healthy way to shut down and focus on something positive, and it can rejuvenate your thought processes. Letting your brain rest for a bit can help make you more creative at problem-solving and brainstorming, which are so important to your performance at work.

Annual Exam

Health care — taking full advantage of your care providers’ expertise — is crucial for a healthy lifestyle, especially as we grow older. It’s important to share symptoms with your physician, even if they seem insignificant, in case preventative treatment becomes necessary. If you’re an older adult concerned about the cost of a wellness exam, don’t worry about it: Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans cover the cost of annual wellness visits. Medicare Advantage plans from providers like UnitedHealthcare also cover dental care, which is crucial because oral health is closely tied to cardiovascular and gut health.

Tech Help

There are plenty of gadgets on the market these days designed to help you relax. For example, switch on a white noise machine at work when the day turns hectic, or use a sturdy pair of noise-canceling headphones when you really need to relax free of distractions. A good foot massager is another great way to relax, as it helps to relieve soreness and tightness after hours in high heels or stiff dress shoes provides relief at the end of the day. Hang out the “Do Not Disturb” sign, shut your office door, and give your tired feet a badly needed massage break.

Make Time to Laugh

Laughter is an excellent way to recalibrate your thoughts and refresh your perspective. It’s a proven-effective stress reliever, triggering endorphins that make you feel good, and it doesn’t require a big time investment. Dial up your favorite skits from Saturday Night Live or a stand-up routine by your favorite comedian and let them play when you start feeling overwhelmed or frustrated. Don’t hold it in. Laugh out loud — even if there are other people around — and allow yourself to experience the pleasure laughter confers on both mind and body.

Meaningful Downtime

When you finally do get a few minutes to yourself, engage in an enjoyable activity that benefits your brain. There’s nothing wrong with “quality” self-care, something that boosts knowledge and brain power like reading, watching a documentary on a favorite subject, or pursuing a simple hobby, such as journaling or working a crossword puzzle.

Incorporating good health habits is important to your mental and physical well-being. The busier you are, the more you need those habits. So, find ways to work them into your jammed-up days, even if that means drawing on your multitasking expertise to do it.

Submitted by,

Jennifer McGregor


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How Regain Health and Wellness in Your Senior Years

April 2019

As we enter retirement age, many of us are excited at the prospect of more time to ourselves, more flexibility and a renewed sense of control in our lives. However, it’s this time when we start to notice more age-related decline. We move slower, our bones pop a little more when we stand up, and certain activities take us longer. This story is typical for many seniors, but it doesn’t have to be. Before you accept the misconception that good health is hard to attain at your age, take these six actions.

Make nutrition a priority

Your body will fail you if you let it, but it will function optimally if you take care of it. Eating clean, nutritious meals can be the key to longevity if you’re an otherwise healthy individual. Even if you are pre-diagnosed or predisposed to certain conditions, you can delay or manage disease with proper nutrition. Be sure to get the right calorie allotment so that you’re eating enough to stay healthy. Eat whole foods in the form of vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grains, lean protein, low-fat dairy, and healthy. Drink plenty of water, avoid sugar and alcohol, and skip the processed and preserved food.

Give your gut attention

Your overall diet and your gut health can affect your moods as well as your physical condition. Research shows that when you pay attention to your gut health by feeding it fermented foods or probiotics, you could see an improvement in your mood. Other than improving your happiness, a healthy gut can also lead to a stronger immune system, better skin, and reduced bloating.

Focus on fitness

You don’t need to be an athlete, but light physical activity can do wonders for your physical and mental health. Exercise can help you lose weight, build strength, increase energy and balance, prevent diseases, improve bone and joint strength, and build your immune system. In addition to the physical benefits of exercise, it can also improve your confidence and moods, alleviate stress, and fight depression. If you’re concerned about injuring yourself during a workout, start with low-impact, low-intensity exercises. No activity is too small, and every bit of movement helps.

Get some sleep

Sleep can be just as important to your health as diet and exercise. Getting enough rest every night leads to improvements in weight, energy, moods, concentration, focus, and immunity. Sleep is restorative and rejuvenating. Get into the habit of sleeping at the same time every night. Set up a relaxing bedtime routine with decaffeinated tea, a warm bath, and a book. Meditate at night to release stress and bring your mind to a state of calmness. Give yourself at least seven hours to sleep uninterrupted.

Hire help around the house

As we age, it can become difficult to regularly maintain a house, not to mention that you’ve earned this time to do other things. For the more physical jobs around the house, especially lawn mowing and deep cleaning, consider outsourcing help for this work. You don’t have to spend a fortune either. An interior house cleaning in Lawrenceville only averages around $172, but depending on the size of your home, it could be less. Think of it as an investment in your mental and physical health.

Find joy in activities

Socializing and hobbies have an impact on your well-being and quality of life. If you gave up personal hobbies and interests to care for family for many years, then it’s time to find you again. Go back to the things you love: collecting records, creating new recipes, taking walks by the lake, drawing, or writing your memoir. Find new activities to enjoy with new friends, reconnect with old friends, or spend time with kids and grandkids.

It doesn’t take much to put your health first. And now is the perfect time to make it a priority. Your golden years are not the time to worry about career or raising a family. Your health and happiness are all that matter now.

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Jason Lewis, Founder

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How Relationships Reflect Who We Are

January 2019


     You made it to another year. Things are starting to settle down and the festivities have ended. Everyone is making resolutions on what they plan to change. It might be eating healthier, working out, getting to work earlier, developing a consistent spiritual practice...The possibilities are endless.

     Let's focus on relationships. I'm sure many of you saw all the memes on IG, FB and Twitter about ending toxic friendships, releasing the baggage of 2018 and starting new. Here's the thing, why wait until January to start over? We have the ability to start over any time we want.

     I'm a strong believer in the Law of Attraction. We learned in school that like attracts like and opposites repel each other. Imagine, if you spent your time focusing and talking about all the things you desire in life rather than constantly complaining about how things aren't going the way you want them to. I know it's a HUGE challenge; I'm human. There are moments when my ego and feelings get the best of me too so I understand. 

     Every relationship is a reflection of who we are. They reflect our development as spiritual beings living on a physical plane. Complaining, bickering, acting petty, passive aggressive behavioral patterns keep us trapped in a loop of negativity. That creates toxicity in our aura which draws toxic people and situations to us. 

     As Creators, recognize the power of your thoughts and words you speak into existence. Thinking only positive thoughts is a challenge for anyone. It is about finding harmony in yourself and envisioning the life you truly desire. Like I said in my IG video today, be the change you want to see. If you desire more intimacy and passion, be passionate. If you want more happiness, be happy. Sing, dance, be joyful. Do all those things with an open heart and see how quickly your life and those around you change.

     Make sure to follow me on IG, Twitter and Facebook @blacklatinayogi.