I am not a big fan of sweeping New Year’s resolutions — for reading, or for anything else. I can be very goal-oriented, but I prefer to focus on flexible goals I can easily incorporate into my life, that I can revisit and change or meet with a degree of ease and move on from. […]
Contributors from the team talk about their favorite books of 2022. Books and Resources mentioned: Mentioned by Sally: FBC Podcast Segments: Non-Fiction Graphic Novels; Best New Releases (so far); Frisky Faves Near the Bone by Christina Henry The Girl With the Louding Voice by Abi Daré Everyone in This Room Will Someday Be Dead by
The release of Minal Bopaiah’s succinct and informative guide, Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives is an important push for companies to re-evaluate their DE&I. Bopaiah seamlessly discusses DE&I, or IDEA as she refers to it (inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility) strategies if organizations truly want to integrate equity in their work culture.
Summary CW: domestic abuse Have you ever witnessed your friend or family member in a toxic relationship? Have you yourself ever been in a toxic relationship? To an outside perspective it seems impossible why anyone would ever stay in an unhealthy relationship. But to the person inside the relationship…it’s not that easy. In this story,
The inevitable has arrived – welcome to #BookTok. TikTok has been a raging tidal wave that has disrupted the ocean of social media. With accounts that have hundreds of millions of loyal followers, it’s become a platform that every organization should consider adding to their portfolio. The beauty of TikTok is that there is a
Summary There are a handful families in our country that have made a truly historic difference in our country and I can confidently say that the Obama family is one of them. Barack Obama’s latest memoir A Promised Land outlines his journey from the beginning of his life and career through his first term in
Summary Have you ever wondered by certain people are anxious in relationships while others pull back whenever they get too close? It’s not a coincidence that people exhibit these types of behaviors. In psychology, there is a concept of “attachment styles” which describe how people are attached to each other. In Attached, professionals researched the