Kimberly Adams is a bonus mom, successful author and salesperson and powerful Manifestor of Magic. These are only a few of the words that describe Kimberly Adams. A transplant from Texas now living in Orange County, California, Kimberly built her dream life and has found her soul mission to bring that same success and light in everyone through her methods of stillness, practicing passionate self-care, leading from the heart and above all with love.
Entertainer, Richmond Chandler is an actor, musician, writer, and all-around lover of the creative arts. In an industry that can often pressure artists to choose just one label to identify as, Richmond is confident and self-assured in his title of “entertainer” and doesn’t let others define him or place him in just one singular box.
We had the opportunity to speak with Mandy Coffey. Mandy is a digital entrepreneur and joyful full figured model based in Arizona. As a single mom to 3 young kids, she dedicates her social media platforms to spreading positivity in hopes of leaving the world that she raises her kids in a better place. This entire interview can be summed up in one quote: “Beauty is in the heart of the beholder” by H.G. Wells. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, and it is important to internally commit to self-love.
Exploring the World of Essential Oils, Inspiration, and Personal Development with an exclusive interview with Lori Landin
Sometimes the desire to help others achieve their best life can take us in directions we may have never dreamed. For Lori Landin, creator of 1st Essentials for Life, her journey started with her love of music and teaching, evolving into a business that focuses on the well-being of all. Whether you call her a health coach, certified essential oils coach, or entrepreneur, Lori Landin is an inspirational story of transformation. Lori took time out of her busy schedule to talk to PositiveVibesMag, giving us a glimpse of her past, current wellness offerings, and her envision for a brighter future for all.
The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion Documentary recently had its debut on Netflix on July 22nd. This documentary profiles Black visionaries in fashion who rewrote narratives on the runway and turned hip-hop style into a global phenomenon. The documentary features interviews with hip-hop fashion pioneers Misa Hylton, April Walker, Kerby Jean-Raymond and Dapper Dan. We had the exceptional opportunity to sit down with both directors (Lisa Cortés & Farah Z. Khalid) and talk about the film, social justice, and the social, positive impact of the genre of hip-hop.
Tragedy strikes all at a certain point in life, but what one does with it is how it impacts their life: an Exclusive Interview with David Garner
David Garner has had his fair share of tragedy at a young age. With the passing of his father from a heart attack, his brother from suicide, and his mother from cancer, David experienced life altering events before even graduating college; however, he decided to turn these tough times into positives not only for himself, but for people around the world.