Originally, I had not planned on writing about this subject until after the column had a chance to grow out of its infancy. After having given it some thought, I felt that it was too important to let sit on the back burner.
With more and more Black professionals entering todays workforce, we are now having to answer some questions that many of our parents did not have to address. We are also branching out into other recreational activities and hobbies that in the past have not been seen as something that we do.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has predicted tight supplies of natural gas and therefore higher energy prices well into 2004. This is news weve heard before, yet it still sends many Americans scrambling for new ways to conserve energy to help save on their utility bills.
When parents ask their children to clean up their room, the typical response, at best, is not enthusiastic -- and at worst, well, lots of screaming and tears. The good news is, it doesn't have to be that way!
Whenever we hear the words used in this title we always think about the man involved. We always assume that there is some kind of conflict between a man and the mother of his child. In all actuality baby mama drama could not be dealing with the man at all.