Yesterday was my last show on KXLU/KLMU 88.9 FM Los Angeles! It was so rewarding. I was super thrilled to be all by myself going over my college experiences and what I have learned from this chapter of my life. My intentions for the show were consciousness, awareness and gratitude, and my time in the studio brought me just that!
I want to send a special THANK YOU to everyone who has brought their magic to Sarahn Says Sundays, coming on to my show, everyone who has tuned in (even at least once), and anyone who has shared, liked, contributed and shown support to my show! It has been an amazing journey! I love you. – Sarahn
I was in the studio this beautiful Sunday with my mentor, and Culture/Lifestyle Expert Melvin Robert. It was so great connecting with him! We talked about therapy and the arts, the philosophy of teaching and owning every part of yourself! Listen Below and Share!
Melvin Robert is an educator and entertainer committed to human uplift and empowerment. Robert’s career in education has led him to serve the needs of at-risk and severely emotionally challenged students to English Language Learners, minority college students and adults within the corporate sector. Melvin Robert is a talented singer, actor and television host who has been featured as a soloist with the Gay Mens Chorus of Los Angeles and he has appeared in three productions for Emmy Award Winner, Debbie Allen. Additionally, he has written, directed and produced two one man shows. As a television host, Melvin has appeared on Lip.TV and on the KTLA Morning News. A lover of people, song, dance and the arts, Melvin believes that life is more fulfilling when we choose to be happy and let that which we are most passionate about be our compass.
Jamila Dawson is a Sex Therapist & Educator with 10+ years of experience providing consultations and workshops for companies in the Los Angeles area. She works with individuals, couples, and partners to explore and enhance their intimate and sexual relationships, and assists with challenges around sexual compulsivity, sexual anorexia, and sexual dysfunctions. Jamila also trains clinicians, organizations, and the general public about swinging, kink, polyamory & sex positivity.
I hope you all are having a productive but relaxing weekend. I won’t be in the studio today. I’m graduating in less than a month and I have 3 papers due tomorrow! Haha! It’s almost over, so I’m pushing through, and trying to finish strong. So I’m going to take those 2 hours in the studio and put them towards my school work.
I’m excited to return to the studio next Sunday April 16th! I have some wonderful things in store for you for these last 3 Shows of Sarahn Says Sundays! So make sure you tune in and share with your family, friends and acquaintances.
Today, on this beautiful Sunday, I spent time in the studio talking to listeners about Black Beauty in the media and our responsibility to discussing global warming. Comedienne/Actress Kym Whitley called in and talked to me about her life as a mother and actress and what she does to practice self-care. Listen Below and Share!
Comedienne/ Actress Kym Whitley, known for her breakout roles in “Next Friday” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. Kym has been on several award-winning television shows including The Parkers, The Boondocks, Animal Practice and now Young and Hungry which currently airs on Freeform Mondays at 8pm. She starred in her docu-series “Raising Whitley” for 4 seasons on OWN and owns and operates her company Kwick Whit Productions. From film to television to standup, and now directing, producing and motherhood, Kym is a renaissance woman and ultimate DIVA!
I was in the studio today with my friend Caroline Valvardi. We talked everything money! Financial literacy, money management and debt! We also talked about the missing girls in Washington D.C., tips for de-cluttering your space and more! Listen Below and Share!
Caroline Valvardi is a financial services professional for the underserved. Currently she is a marketing manager at Meed, a socially-conscious financial technology startup company in Santa Monica. Previously she worked in her home city of Philadelphia as a small business loan officer at The Enterprise Center, a nonprofit community development organization that supports minority and women entrepreneurs. And prior to that, she was a direct service provider at Covenent House youth homeless shelter in New York City.
Happy Sunday Everyone! I returned to the studio after two Sundays away in Bolivia. I missed the studio and you all so much and I’m so thankful that I was able to return to Sarahn Says Sundays this week.
Today, I talked about my time in Bolivia, the things I did there and my overflowing passion for environmental protection. I also talked about the stages of “self” in reaching a peaceful life (self-love, self-respect, self-allowance, self-control). Lastly, I shared about the most recent book I’ve read Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl on the list of books I’m Reading,Reviewing and Resourcing this year. Listen Below and Share! I’m also attaching a link to my GoFundMe for my trip to Bolivia below.