A collection of digital content created by Te-Erika Patterson.

Does Time Heal All Wounds

Does Time Heal All Wounds

By Te-Erika PattersonEmpress Magazine There’s an old adage that says, “time heals all wounds” but the process of waiting on time to help you get through a devastating break-up, a life changing decision or a new and challenging stage in your life may sometimes feels like torture. Laden with memories of the past where things
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How I Found Cheap Housing In Los Angeles

How I Found Cheap Housing In Los Angeles

How I Found Cheap Housing In LA

Thoughts On Raising Young Black Men

Originally posted on Mom.Me I reached out to a friend of mine who has a 12-year-old son just like I do. She is an amazing stable mom who works from home and has been raising her son alone since he was born. She and I are very compatible but our lifestyles are completely different. We
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New eCourse- 5 Lies That Are Ruining Your Life

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I’m Not Your Superwoman

I’m Not Your Superwoman

The Rebuild Your Life Project $4,000 Grant For Women

The Rebuild Your Life Project $4,000 Grant For Women

The Rebuild Your Life Project – Los Angeles

Te-Erika Patterson, the publisher of MySavvySisters.Com, the leading empowerment blog for women, will teach HOW TO MOVE TO A NEW CITY by documenting IN REAL TIME her relocation journey to Los Angeles, a city she has never visited. Her goals:1) To raise $4,000 and offer this financial assistance in the form of a grant to
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MySavvySisters.Com Celebrates Our 1 Year Anniversary

MySavvySisters.Com Celebrates Our 1 Year Anniversary

Special Report: Dade County Teacher Urges Parents To Opt Out of FCAT Testing

Special Report: Dade County Teacher Urges Parents To Opt Out of FCAT Testing

Miami Dade County Teacher Ceresta Smith urges parents to opt out of FCAT testing.

20 Things Black People Need To Stop Doing

20 Things Black People Need To Stop Doing

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