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Black Girls Must Be Magic

What is your journey to motherhood. Podcast Episode 16 1080 720 monity

What is your journey to motherhood. Podcast Episode 16

How often has someone asked you, ‘When are you gonna have a baby?’ It is such a personal question. We ask each other like asking to pass the salt at dinner.

When I was younger, it was a common question. In this episode of the podcast, I am examining that question and sharing my decision regarding motherhood.

Whether you are a mama, auntie, or another iteration of a mother, we have an opportunity to start a new conversation to normalize all the individual choices women make when it comes to becoming a mother.

Send this episode to your squad, and let us keep the conversation going. If you haven’t already, take a moment to listen to my interview with author Jayne Allen. Her insights on this subject are powerful and insightful.

Love and Light,
Monica Wisdom,
Host, Black Women Amplified Podcast

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A conversation with Author Jayne Allen on the Black Women Amplified Podcast 1080 867 monity

A conversation with Author Jayne Allen on the Black Women Amplified Podcast

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Black Women Amplified is thrilled to share this interview with you. Jayne Allen, our new Superfriend, has led an incredible life. She is fully harnessing her Black Girl Magic and is on a journey of living her dreams out loud. From business executive to published author, Jayne Allen is a force of nature.

Author Jayne Allen’s new book Black Girls Must Be Magic (HarperCollins) was released on February 1st. The second book in the captivating series takes readers and Black Girls Must Die Exhausted fans on a fascinating journey with Tabitha Walker, the lead protagonist, as she continues to steer her professional career while mapping out impending motherhood.

Black Girls Must Be Magic is all about empowerment and embracing the need to acknowledge and share difficult conversations surrounding the struggles and solitariness of infertility felt by many Black women. As an author, Jayne Allen directs the narrative of maternal health, relationships, and workplace discrimination. In addition to expanding the story of Tabitha’s fictional experience, Jayne can share her journey, which inspired the story behind the book’s sequence.

This conversation was full of heart and left a great impression on me. Black women are powerful. When we focus, we are unstoppable.

Enjoy our conversation, and please share it with your superfriends.

Peace and love,

Monica Wisdom
Host, Black Women Amplified Podcast

 

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