56. What Is Juneteenth & Why We Can All Celebrate It, Sharing My Grandma Dreams, & Getting Dressed Anyway
Today is Juneteenth! Wait. What is that? Juneteenth is an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States and it’s been celebrated by African-Americans since the late 1800s, and many people think it should be an official national holiday, including Mrs. Opal Lee, a 94-year-old grandmother who is collecting one million signatures to help pitch congress on this idea. Speaking of grandmas, I can’t wait to be a grandma! I think knee socks and cardigans will be involved. This week’s community challenge is to get dressed anyway. Did you forget how to buckle a belt? I did. Today’s episode is brought to you by Care/of, a wellness brand that makes it easy to maintain your health goals with a customized vitamin plan that helps you feel your best today and supports you long-term. Get 50% off your first order by using code TODAY50 at TakeCareOf.com Today’s episode is brought to you by Better Help, the largest online counseling platform, worldwide. You can get 10% off your first month of counseling by visiting BetterHelp.com/indiana. Find the full show notes at TodayByTheWay.com/episodes and connect with me on Instagram at @indianaadams.
Duration: 18 min