Millionaire Madam C.J. Walker

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America’s first female millionaire, Madam C.J. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove one year after the abolishment of slavery. She toiled as a “washerwoman” for the first years of her life. As the story goes, Sarah began losing her hair, and eventually worked out a remedy and a quality marketable product to help other women. It […]

Watch Your Screen Time

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Many of us around the globe are under mandatory quarantine, or at least living according to the admonishment of self-isolation. This excess time that was once occupied by other interests and tasks often means more screen time for most of us. It also likely means more “news” coming into our sight lines more often. Those […]

In the Immortal Words of Gilda Radner…

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In the Immortal Words of Gilda Radner, “It’s always something”! I had anticipated not writing until sometime after the US elections were done, and the mud-slinging, un-friending on social media, and family feuds were settled. But that was before Covid-19 became a household word, and “Corona” ceased to call for a lime on the rim. […]