I am peeping my head from outside of self quarantine and social distancing. I have primarily been writing in my journal. Writing longhand is therapeutic. I am an optimist, who was born to optimist parents. They were realists but usually saw solutions even in the worst situations. I am indeed their child. However, the year […]Read More The Art of Networking
WOW! On January 1, 2011 I launched the first posts of PaisleyPerspective. Born from my head to share ideas with the world it has had various twists and turns. I won’t revisit the past but look forward to how and if I want PaisleyPerspective to continue. Yep, I have been thinking on whether this will […]Read More PaisleyPerspective Turns 9!
Some days are planned and some days just happen. Read about a happy unplanned day which includes thought provoking artwork.Read More An Accidental Day
There have been 43 White men as U.S. President. President Obama finally broke up the club of whiteness and added some diversity. He is truly in all aspects of the term African-American; since he was born to a White mother from the Midwest and an African father from Kenya. When running for office there was […]Read More Why I Love The Obamas
New Year and a new opportunity to save well over $1,000.Read More Simple Savings Plan
On January 1, 2017 PaisleyPerspective celebrated 6 years! With a new year comes evaluation of the past and what is to come. Personally 2016 has been an amazing year for me. There are many milestones that occurred in the year. The primary event for me was being invited to the White House by First Lady […]Read More PaisleyPerspective Turns 6!
I am the product of generations of activists. African American along with Native American ancestors who consistently fought for their civic, civil, and human rights. It is in my blood to be active and present in my own existence.Read More Voting Matters
Around the planet there are nations with female Presidents. Even in India. I think it is about time that we give a former Children’s Defense Fund lawyer, first Lady of Arkansas, first Lady of the US, NY Senator, & Secretary of State an opportunity to be President of the United States.Read More Why I Support Hillary Clinton For President
February is the month of love in addition it is the month when African American (Black) history is celebrated in the United States. Red, white, and pink teddy bears are lining store shelves along with heart shaped boxes of chocolates. Card aisles are over flowing with valentine cards and boxes of cards for children to […]Read More From The Editor – Issue 3 Volume 5
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History announces the 2016 National Black History Theme Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories The history of African Americans unfolds across the canvas of America, beginning before the arrival of the Mayflower and continuing to the present. From port cities where Africans disembarked from […]Read More Hallowed Grounds