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Showing posts from January, 2013

No Limit Returns

I feel so LATE but anywhoo. .Master P and the No Limit Family have returned to let you know it's "No Limit Forever"!! I had been hearing this song on the radio but honestly thought I was hearing things. .LoL!! I LOVED me some No Limit ya'll!! From My FAVorite female rapper Mia X (Mama Miz), Kane and Able, Sonz of Funk, Silkk the Shocker, Mac (Woooo that voice Child!!), 504 Boyz, and of course Master P!! Self MADE and Self PAID they ran the South in the early Mid to Late 90's.

I wanted one of those Gold Tanks!! Uuuuuh. .LoL!!

Master P teamed up  with H-Town cutie Kirko Bangz on this single "Friends with Benefits"!! I actually like the song.

Later today Master P drops his mixtape "Al Capone" so be sure to download it

I am a Southern Girl and will be riding to this and still listening too my OLD No Limit!!


5 Things Every Single Woman Should Know About Money

Good NEWS!! Single women are generally more cautious spenders than men, since they only splurge on a few items (the expected ones: clothing and personal care products like shampoo and teeth-whitening products, says the Bureau of Labor Statistics), while single guys tear through more money overall, on things like eating out, entertainment and car ownership. Bad news: Those same women are behind on saving for their futures. Alexa von Tobel, founder and CEO of the women's finance site, and Barb Chang, head of product for the money management site, were asked what single women should be doing with their money right now.

You Need to Track Your Expenses (As Annoying As It Seems) 
Chang says single women often say they're too busy and don't see the payoff of putting in a lot of time in tracking. In fact, Mint got started because its founder realized catching up on personal budgeting was taking up an entire Sunday afternoon every week. But staying on top of …

Lifetime's "Betty and Coretta"

The Lifetime network is kicking off "Black History Month" with a bang. Two of the most memorable female figures of the Civil Rights era are being brought to the television screen in Dr. Betty Shabazz and Coretta Scott King.

Focusing on the extraordinary women behind the two men who would change history,
"Betty & Coretta" tells the similar true stories of Coretta Scott King (Angela Bassett), wife of Dr. Martin Luther King (Malik Yoba) and Dr. Betty Shabazz (Mary J. Blige), wife of Malcolm X (Lindsay Owen Pierre).

When their husbands were tragically assassinated, these two women not only inherited the mantle of the civil rights movement in America, each also found herself to be a single mother who had to find a way to raise and support her children with no husband or father, resulting in a relationship like no other that spanned more than three decades.

I am excited about the strides that the Lifetime Network are making in bringing quality programming centered a…

Pearls. .Books. .and Tea!!

We are back!! It's a NEW year and NEW books are on the way!!

"Pearls. .Books. .and Tea: The SophistKat Bookclub" is BACK!!

I've revamped and worked on the book club several times but I'm not giving up. This year. .we will do a live chat to discuss our book of the month as well as meet up to have a good time. .and discuss things some more.

I will be hosting "Meet and Greet" events through out the year for you to meet some of our FAVorites and of course have dialogue with them.

Welp on to Book #1 of the NEW YEAR. .
Sister Souljah has been one of the Hottest authors out since the late 90's!!
With her honest and raw characters she is the originator of "Urban Fiction".
Her classic "The Coldest Winter Ever" is an ALL TIME FAVorite of just about everyone I know male or female.

"The Coldest Winter Ever" chronicles the life of Winter Santiago. .the rebellious, pampered teenage daughter of a notorious drug dealer Ricky Santiaga, wh…

Emancipation Proclamation (Forever)

With the 2013 Emancipation Proclamation (Forever®) stamp, the U.S. Postal Service commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, which President Abraham Lincoln signed on January 1, 1863.

Lincoln's proclamation, issued nearly two years into the Civil War, declared that all slaves in the rebel states of the Confederacy “are, and henceforward shall be free.” In addition, the document authorized the recruitment of black soldiers into the Union army. Their courage in battle and contributions to the Union's ultimate victory greatly influenced the nation to adopt the 13th Amendment to the Constitution in 1865, outlawing slavery forever.

“In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free,” Lincoln wrote in a message to Congress one month before signing the Emancipation Proclamation. A nation “dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal” at last began the journey toward true liberty and justice for all.

Art director Antonio Alcalá wor…


Happy New Year to Everyone!!
Let's make the BEST out of the next 365 days. .
Dreamchasers lift up those Prayers and Go Get IT!!