All posts by JannahB

Just an ordinary journalist who likes to share her thoughts and passions while keeping her journalistic skills sharp and chase the dream career.

How To Maintain Productivity While Working From Home

By Jannah Bolds
EIC, The Bold Opinion

The global outbreak of COVID-19 has semi-crippled the working world. Those who are fortunate enough to take their work home could be struggling to adjust. Although working from home may seem like a blessing, some find it difficult to stay focused on tasks being surrounded by home-life distractions. If you’re fighting anti-productivity, here are five ways to make a  smooth transition to a home office. Continue reading How To Maintain Productivity While Working From Home

Digital Boycott Turns Into Dollar Signs for The Honey Pot Company

By Jannah Bolds
EIC, The Bold Opinion

The Honey Pot Company, a black-woman owned feminine hygiene brand, saw an estimated 50% increase in sales after the launch of Target’s “Founders We Believe In” campaign. Oddly though, the spike in sales didn’t quite come from the advertisement itself, but rather an influx of negative reviews on TrustPilot. The one-star reviews claimed the brand was racist and excluded women of other races.

“The reason why it’s so important for Honey Pot to do so well is so the next black girl that comes up with a great idea, she could have a better opportunity. That means a lot to me,” says CEO Bea Dixon in the Target commercial. Continue reading Digital Boycott Turns Into Dollar Signs for The Honey Pot Company

The Future is Already Here

Written By JannahB
Editor-In-Chief, The Bold Opinion

As we close out this decade and put the 2010’s behind us, I couldn’t help but reflect on what the past ten years has given us. This includes music, technology, fashion, and all forms of human advancement. 

One of the many pleasures of aging is the vision and analyzation of what once was and what will possibly be. I remember talks about what the future would look like back in the late 90’s; electric cars, self-sustaining homes, unorthodox fashion trends, and artificially intelligent electronics. 

I’ve seen a few “futuristic” things emerge that some people feel uneasy about because of how advanced they seem. In my opinion though, the future is already here and we should accept it! Why? Well, how else are we supposed to progress? Continue reading The Future is Already Here