What’s on my reading list?
An annual theme for me (and many others!) is how to keep New Year’s resolutions. This week, I share the tools that are helping me, in the hopes that they inspire and help you keep your resolutions too.
Here are a lot of the books I’ve read in 2020. I’m including the kids books that have either become quality-time reading for our family or have kept my kids enthralled (off-screen) for long periods of time. All books are links to purchase through one of the DC area Black-owned bookstores.
This summer is a hard one. The kids want to see their friends, go to camp, and play in the pool. In other words, they want normalcy. Here are some tricks that have helped us get through the first month of summer.
A big question for a lot of women with full lives is, how do you make time to read? The most obvious answer is of course, put down your phone! I know I’m not the only one who had fallen into the trap of scrolling through headlines or Instagram for 30 minutes before bed. Put down the phone, pick up a book, and in a few weeks, you’ve read an entire book. And if you are too tired to read the book as I’ve been lately, just go straight to sleep! Waiting for the dentist or your child at karate? …