Just a quick shout out to my listeners on my birthday, 3/31/1973. Listen as I share my day and how you should make sure you take advantage of your rewards programs when your birthday rolls around.
Listen as I recap my funny discussion with middle schoolers and their reaction to the Grammy Awards.
In recent years we’ve seen reading and books take many forms, from the likes of a company, Amazon, selling books online to reading books on electronic devices to listening to books via audio apps, reading, thankfully, is still a thing! I, for one, have let my love for reading, fall by the wayside over the last few years, however, for 2021, I am vowing to read more. My favorite reading material today includes multicultural literature, poetry, cookbooks, and magazines. But when I was younger, I had different reading tastes. Also, if you are 40 and over, much of what we read was required reading for class.
I was a Scholastic junkie back in the day. As a poet, my favorite book was Honey, I Love by Eloise Greenfield and the Shel Silverstein books, including Where The Sidewalk Ends. For fiction, I loved To Kill A Mockingbird and the older Judy Blume books like Superfudge. And I’m dating myself, but back in the day many of the children’s movies were often accompanied by a recording (on LP record) and a read-a-long book. I had alot of those.
I saw this discussion in a Facebook group @bgrtbookclub (Black Girls Read Too) and thought I would borrow it and continue the conversation here! Whether it’s ONE book or a LIST of books that launched your love of reading, please share. Can’t wait to see your books! #LetsDiscuss #40AndOver #moderndayadulting #ReadABook #readingisfundamental
NEW #PODCAST EPISODE. Quarantine Like A Rockstar. Citing an article from March 2020, written by Courtney Dabney called, “It took a pandemic but Generation X is finally getting love”, listen to my commentary on how proud I am that my generation is thriving and surviving during the pandemic. #40AndOver #the40andoverproject #Podcasting #blackpodcastnetwork #podcastingwhileblack #womenwhopodcast
New #podcast episode! The month of December means that the year we know as 2020 is almost over. And for most of us, we will be relieved. But what will that mean moving forward? Join me as I discuss ways to reflect on this tumultuous year and offer tips on how to move forward as we prep for 2021.
So I recently started using the @theshineapp created by #womenofcolor for quick positive thoughts and #meditation
Today I intend to…. (complete tasks on my to do list and read). What about you? #40AndOver #moderndayadulting #MondayMotivation