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ABOUT FEE KING

A “Renaissance Woman,” in the truest meaning of the word! She is an Actor, Writer, Blogger, Vlogger, Performer, Female Empowerment Workshop Creator & Facilitator, Inspirational Speaker, Performer, Personal Trainer and Creator of FitnessOver40 Run/Walk Group. Fee is an Advocate for Love and ‘Being The Change She Wants To Se in Self, Her Community and The World.’ Read More…

Fee King has survived her childhood. She believes you can and WILL too. Fee’s courage, determination and her testimony of hitting rock bottom have inspired those she’s had the great …

About FEE KING:  Fylicia Renee’ King (Fee King) was born and raised in Omaha, NE, the oldest of two girls raised by her single mother. She lived and worked in …

Van Gogh was asked how he created such beautiful paintings. He said, “I dream my paintings and then I paint my dream” Fee King. “I live my life in Big …

Fitness Advocate

Fitness Is A Lifestyle.  My motto is:  “If you don’t like what you feel and see – come see Fee” I work from the Inside/Out to help women over the …

Momma Was A BAD Mutha...

Testimonials

Tammy Townsend
Tammy Townsend
Fee King / Momma Was A Bad Mutha / Performances / video
Shondrella Avery
Shondrella Avery
Fee King / Momma Was A Bad Mutha / Performances / video
Carl Gilliand
Carl Gilliard
Fee King / Momma Was A Bad Mutha / Performances / video
Angela S. Clayton
Angela S. Clayton
Fee King / Momma Was A Bad Mutha / Performances / video

Available Soon - Chapter of "How 2 Survive Your Midlife Crisis"

Run Pray Heal

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What Lyft Teaches Me

What Lyft Teaches Me

Lyft teaches me to NOT judge a book by its cover… I’m always just a little uptight and clinched in the jaw when young people get into my Lyft car. …

If You Want to Make GOD laugh; Tell Him Your Plans!

People often times ask me what brought me to Baltimore. Duh! I’m having my #midlifecrises in Baltimore. lol. I believe Baltimore chose me. We’ve all read the negative headlines about Baltimore’s inner-city …