How to Support Black Lives Matter and Bring Justice to George Floyd’s Death

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The time is now for making a change. There is something everyone can do, actions can be taken anywhere big or small, as long as we are moving forward. Here is a Town & Country article I found helpful that is a collection of social justice organizations we should all be supporting now. Black lives always matter. https://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/money-and-power/g32730417/george-floyd-blm-how-to-donate-help/

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What I Learned from the @ShamelessPsychiatrist

What I Learned from the @ShamelessPsychiatrist
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I was so grateful to have a great Instagram Live chat with Dr. Lea Lis. She shared some absolutely awesome tips with me about how to handle life in quarantine and when we start to open up.  She talked about tolerating uncertainty. I really like thinking about focusing on the probable, not what is possible.  There are so many things that could possibly happen to us, like “will we get COVID and get really sick…

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FIVE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW about ME.

FIVE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW about ME.
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Music Edition What was your first-ever concert? KKB: Prince in Rockford Illinois Your all-time favorite band? KKB:James Taylor / Coldplay. I grew up in Rockford, Illinois with Cheap Trick- love Surrender Your newly-discovered band is? KKB: Neil Frances ‘Music Sounds  Better with You.’  Billie Ellish and anything that Marc Ronson produces- especially  ‘Nothing Breaks like a Heart’ with Miley Cyrus What do you listen to, to hype you up? After a big closing, a book…

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Pajama party

Pajama party
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Guess what time it is??? It’s pajama party time!!!COVID-19 quarantine is all about comfort. Let’s be brutally honest, we are all on our zoom calls still wearing our pajamas and workout clothes. I honestly don’t know if we will be able to transition back to restrictive clothes after months of workout clothes, pajamas, and cozy socks. I have made an executive decision to show you some of my favorite pajamas that you can actually wear…

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STAY IN

STAY IN
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Its been a rough road guys. The numbers of deaths are getting larger by the day. Loved ones with vulnerabilities are vanishing before our very eyes. It’s an uncertain time with a lot of fear and anxiety.  Here are a few of answers to some questions I’ve been asked, and a few thoughts.  1. I brought my college age girls from their schools down to Florida. I was personally privy to 9/11, and Hurricane Sandy….

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