OMG! After 10 years of hard work as an Entrepreneur, military service, two degrees, and a successful modeling career, I’ve been nominated for Forbes 30 under 30. This has to be the greatest day of my life. Whether I win or not, I am super stoked right now. I’ve worked so hard and now it is paying off in a big way. Thank you to those who support me and my work. 🙌 Follow me: Myeka Johnson
I had such an amazing time at the ACHI Magazine awards luncheon. I appreciate those who nominated me and those who support my work. Thanks ACHI Women Supporting Women Association, Inc. for what you do for women of color. I look forward to seeing the difference you will make in the lives of those who inspire others to be great.
While shooting this promo ad with the Mayor of Charlotte, Jennifer Roberts, I had the opportunity to discuss with her the different resources available for the homeless in Charlotte. As an advocate for the homeless and helping those in need, her message spoke volume. What she stands for got my attention right off the back. Find out more about her mission by clicking on the link below. Check me out at 0.09 secs. 👮♂️👮♂️https://www.facebook.com/JenRobertsNC/
When I decided that fitness would be my new year resolution, I knew that the journey would be interesting and fun. I’ve been trying new things to stay in shape and to gain lean muscle. For the past two weeks, I’ve been working out three to four days a week. The workouts consist of playing basketball for 30-45 minutes, running 1 1/2-3 miles, and/or bike riding for 1-2 hours (depending on weather and destination). My weight goes up and down between 135-141, but I’m still gaining muscle definition. I’m becoming more curvy; slim curvy.
“Crazy Love” Synopsis Chapter 3: Would they forgive you?
Would you be disappointed if the person you lived the most told you that they only love you because of what you can do for them? Do we do the same to God? If you feel you have only loved God because of the things He has done for you, then the good thing is that He forgives. Can you say them same for your friends or family members? If they knew you only loved them for the things they provided for you such as food, money, or other materialistic things, would they forgive you?