Every time I jump on here to post something, I feel like I’m playing catchup or is it “ketchup”. LOL! Get it?
So here’s what’s new with me, guys. You already know from my previous post that I’m vlogging on my YouTube channel…I.AM.TASH. (click the link below and subscribe)
Those who subscribe to my channel get a raw peak into my world while I’m living in the peach state. What I also do on my channel is promote small businesses. Aaaaaaand I have a designated segment called “Monday’s with Meeks” where my friend Meeks comes on and shares fun stuff…anything.
Her shop is an oasis of Bohemian love! I can dig it!
After that, we had lunch in Chatty town and I must say for the little time I’ve spent in Chattanooga, I’m falling in love. I love the people. The city has a real southern charm I can get used to. I had a great time yesterday with my friends/family. I’ll be back, Chattanooga!
Hmmmm…oh! I’m also doing radio now! Yup! I’m in my element! I’m on a weekly radio show called “Appreciation & Praise Soulful Sunday’s”. My radio name is “Black Coffee” because I’m strong and perky! Heheheheee! I am the co-producer, Graphic Designer for Promotions and Marketing, and the Radio Personality who keeps listeners up to date with what’s “percolating” on social media. Get it? Black Coffee?
So while you’re having your Sunday brunch, tune in to Appreciation & Praise Soulful Sunday’s on http://www.excitementradio.com at 10AM. We are the only radio show focusing on Multiple Sclerosis, Cancer, Fibromyalgia, these topics and so much more. No holds barred either.
I remember a few years ago telling someone that I wanted to do both radio and television. Now I’m doing it! Hold up…does YouTube count as TV??? Well…who cares. It’s counts in my world. What matters is I’M BROADCASTING, GUYS!! YAY!
That’s all I got right now. Oh! I almost forgot! Aside from all of that, I am active with my Buckhead Community Fellowship Family (BCF). Along with my BCF Family, I am a member of The Community Lab which is an Atlanta-based coalition of nonprofit organizations that train young professionals to collaborate and execute positive change in low-income communities. I’ll blog about that real soon.
Aaaaaaaaand I’m seeing a therapist to help me with my grieving process. Yes. I’m busy, but the void is still there and silence is sometimes deafening. She’s a wonderful gal and we got a lot of bricks to take down. I’m grateful for the help though. I can’t do it alone. Too hard.
So there! I’m gonna get out of this room and spend some time outdoors. It’s gorgeous outside! Later y’all!