Black Women Talk Work podcast

Ep 36: A Conversation On Self Care for Black Women - Author Oludara Adeeyo Talks Writing Her First Book And Making The Pivot From Magazine Editor To Social Worker

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This week’s episode features Oludara Adeeyo, former editor at Cosmopolitan and XXL, current psychiatric social worker and author of the new book, Self-Care for Black Women: 150 Ways to Radically Accept and Prioritize Your Mind, Body and Soul.   Oludara made the decision to embark on her own radical self-care journey after walking away from the media industry due to burnout and workplace racial trauma. After embracing a new career path that better aligned with the life path that she wanted, she found her way back to writing to author this self-described "love letter to Black women everywhere.”   Listen as we discuss Oludara’s personal experience and learnings while writing her debut book, generational shifts in self-care for Black women and how that is reflected in how we are showing up in the workplace, and how putting her happiness first led her to the beautiful next phase of her career journey. 

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