The 19 Lessons of 2019 are brought to us by Herstun’s resident Queen. She is not with us often, but when she is, her content is some of the most popular on the site. Queen is a 30-something working mom, entrepreneur, & stylist living in Atlanta and raising five kids with her husband. Let’s see […]
If you guys thought that November was an exciting month for the NBA, December was just as exciting if not even more. Players finally have their legs underneath them and the competition is getting much stronger as the season keeps going. Now that the month is officially over, let’s see who was at the top […]
This is the Top 10 Hip-Hop Artists of the Decade ACCORDING TO Nick Andre. LOL. Nick is our go-to voice for basketball on the Writer. But he has always expressed an interest in writing about more. I am excited to host his first variety piece in Music. In case you did not know, Music Matters […]
Hoops to Healthcare in America. Jay Knew talks about one of the things that keep him up at night. What happens if his wife is in a car accident? Or worse, he is in one? Can he afford to care for his family? Find out more about the hoops to medical care.
Introductory Disclaimer: Beyoncé, though I love her, may not be the best go-to for mental health advice. Black celebrities and artists are not automatically black leaders by nature of their fame. There are teachers, professors, counselors, ministers, civil servants, and subject matter experts that have devoted their lives to the communities they serve. Make sure […]
Meet Lei Lei, a South African American that wants you to know more about the power behind a name.
Books for the Holidays is all about gifting your loved ones something timeless, classic, and revolutionary. A book is nothing if not a place to be free. #HerstunReads It is the very first Herstun Holiday and man has it been busy. I am new to so much in the #bloggingcommunity and #writingcommunity. And there is […]
It has been a wild first month of basketball in the NBA so far. From arguing, load management issues to highlight-reel plays and Carmelo’s resurrection, it feels great to see that basketball season is officially back. And I cannot wait to see what the rest of the season has for us. So, let’s so who […]
Plain Pain Just pain. No window. All shame. Blood flow & Red brain. Nothing but Plain pain. Like watching the slow drop of any drain. It drips into your veins. Commanding your blood flow. And dragging your soul Low. Splitting skulls on the concrete, until the red meat shows. Or do you show blue in […]