The Biden campaign’s greatest asset is unknown to much of the country. — Read on thehill.com/opinion/campaign/523652-theres-still-time-to-put-kamala-harris-front-and-center
If Joe Biden wins, history’s light will shine brightest on Kamala Harris - The Boston Globe — Read on http://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/10/27/opinion/if-joe-biden-wins-historys-light-will-shine-brightest-kamala-harris/
Leadership lessons from senior African-American women — Read on hbr.org/2018/03/beating-the-odds
A study shows Black women are embraced by employers until they start excelling in their role, a transition that may be perceived as threatening by bosses. Here's what Black women can do about it. — Read on zora.medium.com/when-black-women-go-from-office-pet-to-office-threat-83bde710332e
How to stop being annoyed by life - CNN — Read on amp.cnn.com/cnn/2016/07/14/health/stop-being-annoyed-wisdom-project/index.html
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I”m almost halfway through NaNoWriMo month and it’s been quite eye opening. Unlike most who spend October, also known as Preptober, planning their novel and project, I did my prep in about a week. The idea to participate came to me while I was on vacation in New York and building my three year life plan. I’ve been toying with writing a novel and figuring out the concept for years. While scrolling Instagram, I saw many of the book related accounts that I follow mentioning NaNoWriMo and after some research was instantly hooked. The idea of buckling down the whole month of November and drumming out the first draft of my book was mesmerizing. Apparently I’m addicted to deadlines. Go figure.
Two weeks into the process there are a few things I’ve learned that may be helpful for others when they start the journey to their first draft.
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Black Women Aren't Allowed To Be Introverted - BESE — Read on http://www.bese.com/black-women-arent-allowed-to-be-introverted/
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“Go out,” they said. “It will be fun for you to meet new people,” they said. “Stop staying at home. You're never going to meet your Mr. Right if you're sitting on the couch,” they said. They in this case turns out to be my social butterfly, extrovert friends. And so I have been putting … Continue reading When Introverts Enter the Dating Scene: A Memoir