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5 Reasons Why Kim Fields is the Ultimate Real Housewife

With the confirmation that Kim Fields will not return to The Real Housewives of Atlanta (I must say it is a lost for them), we believe that Kim will not miss a beat after this show. After, just one season of ratchetness, cattiness and unwarranted competitiveness with other cast members that led to disrespectful antics…her light still shines bright. Here are 5 reasons we feel that Kim Fields is the Ultimate Real Housewife.

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Kim Fields has had a long standing career in acting starting at the age of 5. Kim got her big break playing
Tootie on Different Strokes and later reprising that role on The Facts of Life in the early 80's. After the show ended, Kim later went to Pepperdine University and later started her own production company.
Kim later landed one of her biggest roles on television as Regine Hunter on the hit 90's show, Living Single with celebrity actresses like Queen Latifah and Kim Coles. Kim's character may have help rid the world of "wearing wigs are taboo" as she always changed her look.
Kim Fields was bound to get the acting bug as it runs in her family. Kim has had the pleasure
of working long side her mother, Chip Fields and her sister, Alexis is also in the entertainment
industry.
Kim resurfaced back on the scene with one season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta and discovered
being a reality star is not her cup of tea but that she is a true actress and entertainment and is holding her
own on the dance competition show, ABC's Dancing with the Stars; becoming one of the shows favorites to see.
Kim has proven that family and being a present mother and wife is first choice to her.
Kim is now married to actor, Christopher Morgan with two sons, Sebastian Alexander Morgan and
her second child, Quincy Morgan. Kim has proven that you can have a well-respect career, have strong
family values and stay true to yourself.

 

Should You Have An Affair? With Your Finances

Today I want to talk with you about the importance of establishing a love affair with your finances. With the rapid growth in technology there are a lot of apps and gadgets that aid in helping us keep accurate banking records. But wait…think about this…how would you keep accurate bank records if those apps and gadgets no longer exist?

Here’s how….

1.) Record all transactions in you checkbook register – This helps you keep track of how much money you have at all times!

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How To Balance A Checkbook – wallethub

2.) Mail in bill payments every once in a while – This gives you a refresher on how to accurately write out a check as well as the experience of purchasing stamps and actually taking a trip to the post office!

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3.) Get in the habit for paying for purchases with cash – Paying for your household and other purchases in cash is a great tool to help you not overspend!

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4.) Review your bank statement monthly for accuracy – There is a wealth of information on your bank statement you should take a look at ever month!

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Bank Statement Definition – Investopedia

5.) Establish a relationship with the employees at your bank – Getting to know the associates at your bank not only creates a customer relationship but is extremely important and provides a great deal of perks.

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How To Get A Bank Loan For Your Small Business – Black Enterprise

Do not solely rely on technology to track your finances rather it be business or personal. Create a love relationship with your finances, stay in the know about what is going on with your financial affairs. How you handle your money spills into how you handle other affairs in your life. If you love yourself you, love your money they same and strive daily to maintain accurate bookkeeping records.

Until the next time….

KimishaJ

Think About It Thursday

Hello beautiful KINGS and QUEENS! It’s that time again!!! Think About It Thursday!

Let’s do a recap of the last two weeks…

I hope you have become a little more comfortable with saving your coins! Are you seeing any progress with your change jar? If not, don’t get discouraged! Our first week we also discussed mind mapping. Have you gotten the opportunity to put your business and finance plans on paper? If not, you may really want to consider doing so, as it will help you stay focused on what you need to do to get where you want to be.

Last week we talked about our credit report and credit score. I hope you took some time out of your busy schedule to pull your free credit report so you can get a start on making sure your credit report and score are up to par. If you haven’t done so, it’s not too late! It is important to do this annually to ensure your creditworthiness is being portrayed accurately to potential lenders.

This week I want you to think about limitations. What limitations are you putting on your business and finances? We are always so quick to tell the universe we are not capable of accomplishing our goals. However, In retrospect what we should be doing is speaking those things that we feel we can not accomplish into existence.

This week I challenge you…you always know I have a challenge!

I challenge you to stop limiting yourself. Stop limiting your business success, stop limiting you ability to manage your finances and most importantly stop limiting your ability to be GREAT! Instead of saying I can’t say I can. Even though present situations and circumstances may have a slight strain on what you are trying to accomplish, don’t give into the negativity.

I challenge you to tell yourself everyday you are (I am) a successful business owner! You are (I am) debt free! You are (I am) capable of managing my finances in a manner that will lead me to financial freedom! Make a conscious effort to transform your mind from speaking defeat over your life to speaking victory!

As I always say we must start by taking baby steps my KINGS and QUEENS…baby steps!

Until we meet again!

Kimisha James

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Vanity Fair Oscar Party: Best Dressed List!

After the show is the after party and…well you know rest! It is that time of the year everyone, award show season. With NYFW just ending, us fashion junkies still had more to look forward to on these red carpets. On Sunday, February 28, 2016, all of Hollywood’s finest graced the red carpet. Watching the red carpet events, I was stunned at the beautiful elegant ensembles worn by the attendees. My favorites included Jennifer Lawrence and Rachel McAdams. As millions watched the red carpet, flooded the blogs, and read the magazine articles about the red carpet fashions at the Oscars, I took it a step further. I decided to check out a little more details about the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Its one of the most lavish, fashionably conscious after party events in Hollywood. While the Oscar red carpet is a little more conservative, this event gives the celebs a little more freedom of expression in their fashion. I mean that is basically what fashion is about right? So, I did some research, checked out pictures from this event, and made an analysis. Here I formed Society Keeper’s 10 Best Dressed at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Here we go!

1. Gwen Stefani in Yanine Couture

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This year black and red were super hot on the red carpet. Gwen always looked amazing in red. This dress literally stole the show with the red applique and the sheer fabric allowing Gwen to tastefully show some skin. I absolutely loved this dress on her. Kudos to Ms. Sefani’s stylist! She looks absolutely stunning!

2. Alessandra Ambrosio in Balmain

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Balmain is one of my all time favorite couture designers and I must say Alessandra Ambrosio did this wonderful masterpiece some true justice. With her fierce presence and killer body, the dress was perfect. Known for their abstract detailing, I loved this dress and I couldn’t see it in a better color BLACK! I also loved the high neck concept adding the bold gold choker to give it more of a modern elegance. Also correlating the gold waist detailing gives the dress that extra wow factor.

3. Diane Kruger in Keem Acra

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All I have to say about this dress is detail! Detail! DETAIL! First off I love this wine color, it is very rich and elegant. In addition to color the beading and fringe detailing makes the dress in a category of its own. Diane wore this dress and she wore it well!

4. Kate Hudson in Maria Lucia Hohan

IMG_2036 Kate Hudson has always been a stunner on the ref carpet. This gold number should one for the books as far as her red carpet fashions. This dress gave us young and vibrant vibe while still being red carpet worthy which is not the easiest thing to do. However, leave it to Ms. Hudson to do the job. The thigh high slit added some “sex appeal” to the dress allowing her to show off her amazing legs. I also loved the pleating, it gave the dress some individuality instead of your regular free flowing look. Kate Hudson definitely looked like a red carpet goddess!

5. Keri Washington in Atelier Versace

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In this dress Keri Washington brought us something different (while in attendance of the Vanity Fair Oscar After-party) with the bright chartreuse straps to set off this subtly detail white Versace number. With Spring being right around the corner, I think this was the perfect dress to make a statement to usher in the season. As we all know, the deep v-neck cut is very much “in” and Keri has mastered that concept giving us that sexy, sophisticated style that we are used to seeing her give us every single time she graces the red carpet.

6. Jennifer Lawrence in Alexander Wang

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As I stated earlier black and red were the two colors seen frequently on the carpet, Here Jennifer Lawrence “wowed” us again after taking our breaths away earlier on the red carpet at the Oscars. However, here J. Law took a more simple approach which is why I liked this look. She looked simple, but gave a little bit of edge with the thigh high slit on her skirt as well as the small detailing on the slit. This look definitely complimented her beauty.

7. Miranda Kerr in Kaufmanfranco

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Here we have another red number, but this time it’s supermodel Miranda Kerr stunning us in this wonderful gown. The cut out detail of this dress looks ridiculously perfect on Miranda’s supermodel chiseled bod. As we all can see the color red definitely looks good on her as well. I also loved the pocket detailing, it gives the dress some personality. Kudos Miranda!

8. Emily Ratajowski in Steven Khalil

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Steven Khalil is one of my favorite couture dress designers so, when I found out he designed this dress I was not surprised. The detailing down by the hem of the dress and the sheer fabric to bring out the detailing was fabulous. This mermaid structured dress and sweetheart neckline gave us elegance as well as edge. This black noir ensemble fits Emily perfectly.

9. Priyanka Chopra in Jenny Packham

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Priyanka always bring a sense of class, sophistication, and elegance everywhere she goes. This dress represents just that. This silver dress spoke sophistication very loudly. Who does not like sparkly dresses anyways? I know I do! The small slit in the middle of this drop waist dress showing a little skin added tasteful sex appeal to the dress.

10. Olivia Munn in J. Mendel

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This beaded cut detailed dress was definitely a stunner. It complimented Olivia Munn very well. I also loved the forest green color which a different color among the many dresses that were worn that night. The dress fitted Olivia like a glove and the thigh high slit gave it tasteful sex appeal as well.

These were our top ten favorite picks of the night, but lets not forget out honorable mentions. These gals did not make the list, but they were definitely worth mentioning!

Taylor Swift in Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture

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Sara Sampaio in Zuhair Murad Couture

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Rachel McAdams in Naeem Khan

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Malin Akerman in Elizabeth Kennedy

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Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton

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Have any comments? Let us know what you think!

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