the black nathalie sancoeur.

  • Anyone ready for 2023 to GTFO?

    2023 has been a very draining year for many. Let’s go ahead and get the cat out of the bag. Every week, more like every day, it’s something new. Even when I am doing things for fun, I am with the dread of how dark the world is and want to lie down. 
  • My brand turns two today. Here’s the truth about owning a small business.

    Wow, it’s been two years already? Entrepreneurship is something that has always interested me since I was a little girl, and I am thankful to be able to pursue it as a career path. Regarding the subject of work, I think we need more honesty! I strongly advocate letting people know what they are getting into. Here are a few things I have learned since my brand became official.
  • Twenty-two things I learned in 2022.

    Happy new year, everyone! Can I even still say that? Well, we are only 19 out of 365 days, so yes, yes, I can. People often do their number countdowns at the end of the year, but it would be nice to share mine at the beginning of the year. Here are 22 things I learned in 2022 that I have taken into 2023.
  • The business girl aesthetic is super fake.

    What is the business girl aesthetic, you say? Before 2015 this aesthetic only really applied to women and girls who were well-known YouTubers, singers, rappers, or actors with consistent work. These women post photos of themselves on Instagram wearing designer clothing, eating at five-star restaurants, and wearing bikinis on vacation.

    Many women in this field do not care about the hard work, dedication, and time it takes to be your boss and freelance. Plenty simply want to do this because social media has sold them the idea that if they start a business selling the same things as everyone else, they will achieve wealth and can buy whatever they please. Suppose you see these things take up plenty of space on one’s Instagram feed, who are relatively young most of the time. In that case, they work in entertainment, have a youtube channel with a large following, or sell products and services to numerous people.