Dr. mOe Anderson is not only an author and speaker, but she is also a long time podcaster. She recently sat down (virtually) w/ co-host Alanna Sarabia for an interview to discuss her recent podcast on racism! They also talked about writing and life balance. If you missed the broadcast, they have posted it online […]
Are you about that UN- life? You already know. Un-fulfilled? Un-happy? Un-fortunate? Un-appreciated? Un-equal? Un-wanted? Un-heard? Are are you simply under the influence of someone who doesn’t reciprocate your lovingkindness? I understand. When you don’t give an “F” to the -un, the day to day grind is not very fun. Here’s something to think about. […]
(Audio) Lessons from Wonderland With Dr. mOe Anderson Sometimes really bad things happen to really good people but, oft times, we invite trouble in before it even knocks. Heck, we text trouble and arrange to meet it after work, occasionally! Don’t we? Take my infamous friend Alice of Wonderland, USA.. It’s unanimously agreed her life […]
I like jugglers. I’ve seen professional clowns juggle at the circus and executives juggle at the office. The execs call it time management or maximizing efficiency but the tasks are very similar. The definition of juggle is “cope with by adroitly balancing.” You may balance bowling pins or projects by constantly reprioritizing in order not […]
I’m not new to the grandma rodeo. My oldest grandson is five now. We have spent many hours together playing with action figures, hiding from his parents (who were not actually seeking us), and giggling our way through Cartoon Network marathons. I started keeping him overnight, as needed, when he was a few months old. […]
Hear Grammy winner and legendary jazz saxophonist, Kirk Whalum, chat with journalist, author, and speaker Dr. mOe Anderson about jazz, Austin, TX, his faith and One World Theater. Read the article that was published by Soulciti.com One World Theatre Follow Dr. moe on Twitter/@drmoeanderson and visit her website at www.drmoeanderson.com today! Check out this episode!
Can anyone tell me the origin of the current condiment crisis? What in heck happened to the salt and pepper supply? Do we need to drill in the Arctic for ketchup? It’s pandemic. (I never get to use that word. I don’t even know what it means.) Real Conversation from a local drive through: A […]