Happy Friday! How did your week go?
This week was challenging for me. However, I’m proud of myself for pushing through it and I’m ready to relax this weekend.
If you are feeling down or having a tough time, my dear friend Emelda shared these three wonderful tips on how we can take good care of ourselves.
Practice mindful meditation. (Emelda suggests beginning with just 5 to 7 minutes a day.)
Try sound healing. (I actually practice sound healing every night before I go to bed. It’s very therapeutic and it can be healing.)
Take a digital detox from the internet and social media. (This weekend would be perfect for unplugging from our phones!)
In case you missed it…
SNOOP DOGG, MARY J. BLIGE, DR. DRE, EMINEM, AND KENDRICK LAMAR TO PERFORM AT THE 2022 SUPERBOWL HALFTIME SHOW
The 2022 Superbowl Halftime Show is going to be lit!
Last week, it was announced legendary artists Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Dr. Dre, Detroit’s own Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar will headline the event.
I love all of these artists so I can’t wait to see the show!
CANNAJAM: MICHIGAN’S CANNABIS COMEDY AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
Cannajam starts tomorrow in Ypsilanti! The cannabis event will be held at Riverside Park from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The event will feature Echoes of Pink Floyd, a laser show honoring Pink Floyd, Comedian Mike Young, local DJ and other musicians, food, vendors, and more.
You can get $15 general admission by using this code: JAMIE15. If you’d like $50 off VIP tickets, then use the code JAMIEVIP50.
Cannabis consumption is permitted on site. Get all of the details here.
2ND ANNUAL MIDWEST DESIGN WEEK CELEBRATES IMPACTFUL MIDWESTERN INNOVATION
Nine AIGA chapters will host AIGA Midwest Design Week beginning Monday, October 11th until Friday, October 15th.
The virtual conference will include workshops, virtual hangouts, and insights from top cultural workers.
Click here if you’d like to register for the event and get more details!
THE LASTING LEGACY OF SOUL TRAIN
Do you listen to NPR’s It’s Been a Minute? It’s one of my favorite radio shows/podcasts on the public radio station.
I remember watching Soul Train on Saturdays when I was a kid. And the commercials were also my favorite because it was the only time you got to see more Black people featured on TV ads.
“Without Don Cornelius, there really is no Soul Train,” Sam says of the show. Sam discusses the impact Soul Train had on Black culture, music, dance, fashion, and more.
Take a listen to host Sam Sanders’ special episode here.
WISHING YOU A PEACEFUL WEEKEND! xoxo