How do you think the author’s Nigerian and affluent background plays a role in how she views the issues (feminism, racist, relationships, social media, fame seeking behaviors, etc…) discussed in this book? The author discusses many different types of terrible friends, what do you think is the worst type of friend that she described? Do … Continue reading “I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual” by Luvvie Ajayi Book Discussion Questions
Body image is such a sensitive topic but yet it's treated so trivially in society. While we know that people have committed suicide due to poor body image we still use weight issues as our go-to-joke. It’s disheartening to think about the role that we all play in shaping the body image of the youth. … Continue reading The Search for the Perfect Body
It is almost that time of year when everyone is planning family trips, girls trips, couples trips, and other types of group trips. Whether you love to travel with your loved ones or you sort of dread it, I want to share some tips on how to survive the “group trip.” Know the people in … Continue reading The “Group Trip” Survival Guide
Can we talk about how I went to see three movies so far this year and they were all about black people? Not only were they about black people but they were written and directed by black people and the “gag” is none of them was about slavery. You read it correctly. Not one of … Continue reading They may want us to “Get Out” but Black people aren’t going anywhere
Hi all, Our next book club meeting will be on March 28th at 7pm. I will be on IG live discussing the book "I'm Judging You" by Luvvie Ajayi. Follow me on IG @dreamsbydanielle
A few years ago my husband and I decided that we would no longer purchase cards for each other. I believe the conversation started one holiday after I expressed how expensive greeting cards have gotten. To my delight, my husband agreed and by the end of the conversation we decided that we would never buy … Continue reading Greeting cards are overrated!