My body is mad at me because it doesn't understand what's going on. I have joined the gym and started my workout grind, and I am soooo sore you guys!! But my body is going to have to deal with it because, I can't stop 'cuz I won't stop (Diddy voice). Does anyone have any good workout tips? Does anybody workout? lol
|Wearing: H&M cropped jacket and lace sheer blouse, Gap stirrup jeans, Dolce Vita suede boots|
I've been eating healthier too! I'm proud of myself with the little salad I made the other day (yes I took a picture of it).
And I'm still going out in the streets even though it's Narnia outside. I'm literally waiting for the Snow Queen to arrive at any moment!!
As I mentioned before, I'm in celebration of Black History Month, and I'm going to be adding some "did you knows" and whatnot to share on the blog! Today: Sesame Street!
"More than 40 years ago, the Carnegie Institute was asked to figure out how television could be used to help inner-city preschool children read. Jim Henson and the Children's Television Workshop created a show with talking Muppets who taught children their ABCs and 123s. 'Sesame Street' mirrored a more inclusive world, including kids jumping double dutch, rapping and speaking Spanish. A 1996 survey showed that 95% of American preschoolers have watched 'Sesame Street' by the time they are three years old – a block in the 'hood where all children breathe air that's sweet. Now little black girls and their parents can be especially happy to tune into the program after the popularity of the 'I Love My Hair' song that debuted on an October 4 episode of the show. The show's YouTube clip of a little brown Muppet girl singing about the beauty of her hair went viral and encouraged black girls and women to take another look at the way we view our hair. "
If you haven't seen the "I Love my Hair" video, view it here.
Sidenote: I would have loved to have gotten the gig to record that song when I was little LOL!