2021: Year In Review

A household move was an all-encompassing shift in Q1, Q2 2021 as my new town was lifting restrictions instituted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A colleague planted the seed of creating an online course the development and promotion of which was the focus of Q3, Q4 2021 to launch Q1 2022.

Facebook Live:

Triple Threat with Triple Trouble

YouTube videos: 35

LinkedIn articles: 1


Authority Marketing Summit

Online International Virtual Assistants Conference – Moving Self-Promotion from Taboo to Top-of-Mind

National Military Spouse Network – Military Spouse Career Summit – Recipe for Success: Standard Operating Procedures

Virtual Expert® Live – talent show

Article Features: 2

Blogs: 18

Guest Blogs: 1


Harriet Tubman Monument
Wreaths Across America

Website: added pages for Home Work (book) and All Systems Go! (course launch)


Born To Read Inc – Board Member thru May 2021

Parris Island Spouses Club

Day of Advocacy – military spouse employment advocacy with National Military Spouse Network

Photo Shoots:

Branding with Stephenie Robinson Photography

Beaufort landmarks with SoutherNothings for Home Work

Professional Development:

On The Matter Of Race with Lynne Hurdle Price
Numerous Masterclasses with Virtual Expert® Training

Book Published:

Home Work A Collection of Poems Sparked by One White Woman’s Journey on the Matter of Race

Book Club Guest Author:

Susie L. McMahon’s Virtual Book Club


Q1 2021 began with a chaotic household move, during which I self-published Home Work A Collection of Poems Sparked by One White Woman’s Journey on the Matter of Race and launched on 10 March, Harriet Tubman Day. Continuing to write poetry and sharing this work at Open Mic and am available for Virtual Book Clubs.

I completed Level I and Level II On The Matter Of Race, continuing my journey as a white woman to learn about whiteness and systemic racism.

I chose “fun” as my word for 2021, a reminder for levity.

3 frame photo Melissa St. Clair with jumbo balloons