Thursday, November 30, 2023

CEO Healing Loading

I'm Telling You Guys First

CEO Healing loading. I’m healing. It has taken me months to come up with a theme I am passionate about for the next issue, but now I’ve come up with something.

I know this may come easy to some editors, but hey, there’s a lot I’m still learning. Plus, the last issue was a little stressful due to some bad experiences, and to be honest, I’ve been avoiding it too. I lost some of my confidence and questioned my work and worth with that issue. 

And I didn’t immediately heal from it. Actually, I went right into something else, and I did not take the time to work with myself to sort out my feelings and determine the facts from the lies my subconscious and bruised ego were telling me.

While I embarked on my 90-day journey for other reasons, I slowly began to let go of the negative feelings I had surrounding print issues. The work can actually be fun when I am in a creative mood and thinking of new ways to promote it. 

So What is the Theme

However, it took months for me to come to grips with everything and not still feel the hurt and pain running through my veins whenever I thought about it. That issue left me broken due to ways I don’t want to say too much about, but no, it was not a good experience.

Healing is

But I’m healing, and that is what the next SwagHer issue is about. Healing is the process of making or becoming sound or healthy again.

Healing in many forms. Not just from intimate relationships and professional failures but healing from family, from the church, from substance abuse, and other things.

I’m healing as a CEO because business, for many of us, is our baby and can hurt as well. 

Of course, I healed from other things as well, or I am still healing from them. But it is not just me who thinks this will be one of our biggest issues yet, but also the contributors are excited about writing on this topic. So we’re talking healing and more interesting topics for the Black woman who likes to keep it real in life and in business. 

Where’s My Healing Tribe?

If you would like to be a part of this issue, I’m offering 2-page features for $400 off. These features are great for leveraging more press or those who are trying to secure an Instagram verification or Wikipedia page because they are a traditional form of press as they are in print.  

You can share your healing story, share tips for healing, or be interviewed about healing. It’s up to you. 

We will not offer 1-page features as we know most prefer to have a photo accompanying their feature, which will push the page count to two pages. 


This special is good until August 11, 2022. 


Francheska Felder
Francheska Felderhttp://swagheronline.com
Francheska "Fancy" Felder is the founder/publisher/EIC of SwagHer Magazine. She is a -Single mother of 3 -Libra - Trapping scribe -Lover -Mental health advocate - Country girl -Proud, liberated Black goddess ________________________________________ Long Bio: Francheska “Fancy” Felder is the owner of Fancy’s Thoughts and the award-winning publisher and editor-in-chief of SwagHer Magazine, a lifestyle and empowerment publication for the Black woman who likes to keep it real in life and business. The magazine doubles as a PR boutique offering public relations services and visibility coaching, and Fancy strategically executes brand campaigns for Black women CEOs, coaches, and authors. The former teen mom started the company in 2010 while working as an exotic dancer, but soon after, her love for empowering Black women led her to abandon that lifestyle. She has received awards for her work as a positive news publisher and journalist telling the stories of Black women and other informative news that the Black community finds relevant, including the severe topics of Black mental health and domestic violence. The podcast she co-hosts with Arnya T.M. Davis, Theories & Thoughts, also continues these conversations. Fancy publicly speaks about her battle with bipolar disorder with hopes of helping others begin their wellness paths. She also shares her mental health story in contribution to the I Am a Black Woman- Next Level anthology, an Amazon Best-Seller. In the summer of 2022, RallyUp Magazine, a mental health magazine, featured Fancy as their cover story, where she opened up about receiving her diagnosis. The McComb, Mississippi native is part of Facebook’s independent journalism project, Bulletin, where she publishes The Higher South, and she was a member of the NABJ Entrepreneur Academy powered by CafeMedia in 2021. The Glambitous Guide to Self-Love, Peace, and Confidence contributor is an avid learner and creative. Currently, she is attending Southern University A&M College, completing her bachelor's degree and rearing her three young adults. Fancy enjoys learning more about spirituality, Black history, and feminism in her free time, along with yoga and walking.

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