Atlanta, GA - Lisa Kimberle, curator of BlackDateBox.com, seeks to provide inspiration for your own black love story and couple's goals by telling her own inspiring black love story.
"I wrote this book to inspire and empower women and men to their own very unique love destiny, using my own self-reflective journey," says Lisa.
500 Ways to Celebrate Black Love begins with becoming the best version of ourselves before we attach to someone else. "Work before the Celebration" and "Wholeness before Pleasure" is our motto.
"I highlight barriers a person must remove before getting to a love romance," she says. "I speak about what 'love manuals' are we leaving for our next generation? Meaning what messaging about love and marriage are we leaving for them? My book speaks of setting good love intention, which is one of the fastest ways for love to come into one's life. I believe that loneliness or money is the purpose one must evaluate and do more work from within."