#SignalBoostSunday: Local Organizations Who Feed Atlanta’s Hungry

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***This blog post is part of a previously weekly, now monthly series titled #SignalBoostSunday.  This series will highlight organizations and social causes that are of importance and provide assistance to the Greater Atlanta area. ***

Before we get on with the first #SignalBoostSunday post of 2019, I just wanted to mention a change to the structure of #SignalBoostSunday posts going forward: In the past, I would publish a #SignalBoostSunday post every week. Going forward, starting with this post, I will no longer write weekly posts for this series. Instead, I will be writing them on a monthly basis. And so, each installment will be posted once a month, on a Sunday, in keeping with the name.

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Winter Playlist, Part 2: January 2019

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For me, 2018 was all about the struggle. And just surviving.

But 2019, honey? 2019’s energy is fierce, theatrical and is basically me belting out Jennifer Holliday-style, “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going”, to my goals/dreams and myself.

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Fall Playlist, Part 3: November 2018

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We’ve made it to the last fall playlist of 2018!

Sometimes my playlists are a nod to the month’s featured holiday (see October’s spooky Halloween-inspired jams). But sometimes they’re just a reflection of how I’m feeling at this moment. So far, this month I’ve been feeling like I need peppier, bubbly and encouraging music.

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