I became privy to the 2 minute rule when I did a podcast episode with a friend and he explained the concept which intrigued me to write this post after I gave the episode another listen. Furthermore, large tasks you might find arduous can be simplified by giving yourself two minutes to complete it. For […]Read More You’ve got two minutes (Wednesday Wisdom)
There is emptiness Vultures waiting for the rust Gas on roads aflameRead More Rust (Haiku)
Learn to live Live to laugh From the bottom of your heart and gut To tears pouring from sockets The amusement is oh so satisfying Even though it might be difficult See the brighter side of it all when consumed with gloom ‘Cause it’s waiting for you to notice it’s radiance And accept your elationRead More Elation (Wednesday Wisdom + Poem)
What you will notice once you pay attention will be worthwhile when your mind is at ease. – TheRhymeRulaRead More It’s around you
Strength with every step Destiny divides our souls This is where we partRead More This is… (Haiku)
After the civil war, reconstruction, and what would subsequently become Jim Crow laws, slaves in the south were freed and lived as free Americans but still experienced disenfranchisement and some had difficulty prospering financially. However, I’ll be presenting in this episode the story of a young black girl named Sarah Rector from Taft Oklahoma who […]Read More The Story of Sarah Rector (Black History 365)
I want to thank Yusuf for being part of this interview today and if you haven’t checked out his blog already I would definitely recommend doing so by clicking the link below because I’m sure you will find it interesting. 1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little […]Read More Blogger Interview With Yusuf
Have you ever written in reverse? No? You’re probably wondering what the hell is writing in reverse? Well in this post I’m going to explain some tips to improve written communication so the recipient and sender are in unison. All the information I’m going to present is based on what I’ve read and would like […]Read More Have you ever written in reverse? Here are steps in learning to write in reverse to better written communication.