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Markentum Monday: November 8, 2021

Posted by Markentum Team on Nov 8, 2021 8:30:00 AM
Markentum Team
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Markentum Monday allows our team to share what community events we're attending, what Netflix shows are inspiring us, and more! 🌱Make sure to follow our Spotify playlist, '2021: Music with Momentum' -- with new songs added every week -- to hear what we're listening to and loving! 


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triangleHome Before Dark by Riley Sager

This book is considered a thriller, which isn't a genre that I read very often, but it has definitely kept me on my toes and has been very entertaining. The story is about a family that lived in what was remembered as a haunted house, and the rediscovery of the house after 25 years.

If you are interested in this genre, you should definitely check this one out!

- Stephanie Holland, Director of Social Strategy


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triangleGood Golly Tamale | Knoxville, TN

Located in the Old City, Good Golly Tamale is a casual restaurant - almost like a downtown coffee shop. They have a ton of different filling options and they have the best tamales that I've had in a long time!

- Katrina Gagnon, Marketing Automation Manager


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triangleTrashy Yoga | Ormond Beach, FL

Last month, AAF Daytona Beach held its first Trashy Yoga session of the year in Ormond Beach. Trashy Yoga is a public service event that AAF Daytona Beach does each year consisting of a 30-minute Yoga Session, 45-minute trash clean-up, and then a brunch together at a local restaurant.

We were pleasantly surprised to find that there wasn't too much trash to clean up off the beach!


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triangleMAID | Netflix

After escaping an abusive relationship, Alex turns to cleaning houses to make ends meet and overcome homelessness to create a better life for her daughter, Maddy. 

The show is based on Stephanie Land's memoir "Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive." It's an extremely powerful story that looks at how the welfare system works and treats those impacted by emotional abuse.



triangle2021: Music with Momentum 🎧





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