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Unveiling Our Black History Month Digital Journal for the Queens  A Journey of Empowerment & Sisterhood.



Embrace the Journey of Empowerment: This 72-page digital journal is not just a collection of pages; it's a profound guide to monitoring your daily thoughts, turning aspirations into manifestations, and fostering a sense of purpose. It's designed for our young and experienced Queens, providing a transformative experience for personal growth.


Prep for an Impactful February: We've curated this journal with intention and care, preparing to make February a month of profound impact. Dive into the rich tapestry of Black History Month with journal reflections, live prompts, and insights that celebrate the strength, resilience, and achievements of the Black community.


A Perfect Gift for Empowerment: Consider this digital journal as an empowering gift for all the queens. This is a sisterhood initiave movement to encourage, empower, and elevate. It's not just about recording thoughts; it's a tool to instill confidence, self-awareness, and the belief that aspirations can turn into reality.


Bonus with purchase: From February 1st - 29th  we will celebrate Black History Month with Journaling through Prayer live via ZOOM.  You will receive a separate email with details on how to Join.


*Note: You can download to your digital device or print. Please keep in mind this is copyright property and shouldn't be duplicated, copy, and/or shared. 


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*We do not accept refunds, credits, and/or exchanges with our digital products. 

Queens Journal (Black History Month)

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