Cyber Monday

Happy Day!

My name is Monica Briggs Anderson, and I am an Independent Consultant with Paparazzi Accessories. I sell beautiful, quality and affordable jewelry for only $5 plus tax. All my necklace sets come with matching earrings. All my jewelry is nickel and lead free. I also sell rings, bracelets, and individual earrings.

For Cyber Monday, FREE gifts for purchases of $35 and Free Shipping!

In addition, I have exclusive signature pieces named the Zi Collection for only $25 plus tax.

Please click on my web link below and view some of the amazing selections on my website. You may reach out directly to me for more options as I have a great inventory which you can shop personally. The Briggsy Boutique

I’m also looking for new business partners that would love to join this wonderful venture. If you want to make extra money, have some fun, and meet some great professional women and men, please contact me. You can also just click “join my team” from my website. The initial investment is only $99 and you get $175 worth of inventory! Plus a free website! For Cyber Monday, we are offering additional pieces in our starter kits! Get Excited 😆

To learn more, message me. Thank you! Can’t wait to hear from you!


P.S. Add me as a friend or follow me. I’d love to be your personal jewelry consultant for future occasions!

Tip Tuesday: Be Your Own Boss!

Today is the day that we celebrate the bosses in our lives. Being my own boss is a dream of mine. What I’ve always wanted to start my own business. Not one of my direct sales businesses, I’ve been doing those for years. When I was young, I wanted to work as a lawyer. While I’m not going back to law school, working in the legal field is not out of reach. So that’s exactly what I plan to do. Come back and watch us build a legal career and write a blog to share how we made it happen. The blog will share our journey, life events and way too much about our lives. That starts today.

This business will provide a service to the community; allows me to do what I do well while helping others. This business will excite me, so waking up each morning leaves me anxious to start the day. This business has an office that isn’t the four walls and hardwood floors but the people I serve. This business will be hard work and sacrifice. But the short-term sacrifice means a long-term gain!

So Happy Bosses Day to all those bosses out here making sacrifices and building a future every day. See you at the top!

Sneak Peek

Transport yourself to an isle of paradise with Kaia, a silicone clitoral vibrator with six rhythmic speeds and pulsing patterns. Designed to cup perfectly in your hand, Kaia can be equally enjoyed by land or by sea, tantalizing your clitoris with flexible, uniquely shaped wings.” That’s how this lovely product is promoted.

Have you ever just wanted a moment to feel great? Maybe a little foreplay with your partner? Just because I’m a mom doesn’t mean that I don’t like grown-up things. This is one of them.

Remembering Arthur Mitchell: A Monumental Legacy

NEW YORK (AP) — Arthur Mitchell, who broke barriers for African-Americans in the 1950s as a ballet dancer with the New York City Ballet and who would go on to become a driving force in the creation of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, has died. He was 84.


Our Story:  My daughter auditioned and was selected to attend the world-renown Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) Summer Intensive program.  DTH has helped her improve her dance acumen, hone her technique, and learn more about the history of dance, dancers and “pretty brown dancers.”  This summer, her friends from Studio A Academy and Sudbrook Magnet Middle School attended with her, and it is a treasured memory that she will cherish for a lifetime.

Oliva_DTH (2)I am so grateful to Arthur Mitchell for not moving to Europe 50 years ago.  They say that everything happens for a reason.  Well, Arthur Mitchell was leaving New York ballet to start a dance school in Brazil when he learned of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.  He decided that he did not have to start a school in Brazil for dancers who look like him when there were dancers right here in America, in his hometown of Harlem.  Mr. Mitchell, along with Karol Shook, founded Dance Theatre of Harlem “to give the children of Harlem the same opportunities Mitchell had as a teenager.”  There were very few opportunities for classically trained dancers of color at that time.  Arthur Mitchell paved the way.  He did what no one else had done, and it still lives today!

My daugher, her friends and lots of young ladies and men are better dancers, better people today because of the vision and work of Arthur Mitchell.  I salute you Mr. Mitchell.  I salute the wonderful company dancers, administrators, teachers and mentors of Dance Theatre of Harlem for your hard work and dedication to developing dancers and leaders in our community.  Thank you!

To learn more about Dance Theatre of Harlem, please visit their website at Dance Theatre of Harlem.

Little Known Black History Fact: Arthur Mitchell — Black America Web

The late Arthur Mitchell’s dancing talent was discovered when he was a teenager in Harlem, on his way to becoming the first Black male permanent member of a major American ballet troupe. Mitchell was born on March 27, 1934 in Harlem, N.Y., and he attended the New York City High School of Performing Arts. He found…

via Little Known Black History Fact: Arthur Mitchell — Black America Web