Review: Seriously…I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres

GET THIS BOOK I’m excited to tell you that this is my fifth book this year. I haven’t reviewed those prior to this but I’m working on it. Ellen DeGeneres is an American comedienne, actress, writer, producer and television host of the multi-award-winning Ellen DeGeneres Show. I can’t say too much on her writing skills because I’ve only read this one book and it’s her third. … Continue reading Review: Seriously…I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres

Black History Month: Reviewing The Invention of Wings

GET THIS BOOK For Black History Month, I enjoyed reading the New York Times Bestseller –The Invention of Wings. It’s my second book this year and it took me about 3 days to read it all. Here’s my review. Background The Invention of Wings is an American historical novel by Sue Monk Kidd, set in the early 1800s in Charleston. The story chronicles the life of Sarah Grimké, an aristocrat … Continue reading Black History Month: Reviewing The Invention of Wings

Leading with Heart #ObamaAndKids

Pictures of President Obama with different children are trending on Twitter on the hashtag #ObamaAndKids in celebration of Black History Month. Micheal Skolnik, film producer and civil rights activist started this hashtag when he asked his followers to post their favourite pictures of the president with children. Going through these pictures, it struck me how regular President Barack Obama, first of his name and 44th President … Continue reading Leading with Heart #ObamaAndKids

Quote of the Day

  We all have ‪different‬ perspectives on ‪life‬. We all do take different ‪decisions‬ in life each day based on our‪ ‎convictions‬. We may take ‪wrong‬ or ‪right‬ decisions ‪‎knowingly‬ and or ‪‎unknowingly‬. We may regard #decisions of ‪#‎others‬ as right or wrong. We may have a right or wrong ‪‎reason‬ to ‪#judge‬ others. We have a ‪choice‬ to ‪condemn‬ or ‪uplift‬ others regardless of … Continue reading Quote of the Day