What’s up, y’all? The Deuce is on his way to Washington D.C. to visit The National Museum of African American History and Culture. The Smithsonian opened it less than two years ago. I hope he will put his headphones and tablet down long enough to soak up as much knowledge as he can. So, I have some free time to do maintenance on this site and record some more podcasts.
WELCOME TO TRAFFIC JAM WEEKEND
LINKY PARTY #150!
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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #149…
Gail chose 7 Blogging Tools That Every Professional Blogger Needs by Business and Life Tips. “Good to see others blogging tips that have helped them.”
Kimberly chose What Lies Beneath the Facade of Faces by our very own Eclectic Evelyn. “This post speaks to the unknown mental, physical, and lifestyle challenges that people have. Unfortunately, recent suicides of celebrities have made the world more aware.”
The post with the most views was 5 Habits for Productive Mornings by Logan Can.
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