what should the government learn from covid-19

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When I say learn from this virus, I mean learn from the situation we are in and all of the effects it’s having. The government is not doing the best job handling the coronavirus and that’s why it’s not getting better at the same rate as other countries. It would be unfortunate if, after the coronavirus epidemic was over, we learned nothing from it or our failures. The coronavirus is showing us the clearly weak parts of our country and it’s going to make us deal with them, hopefully As always, at the bottom of the post I have included more resources and articles that I found very informative and useful.

 

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how are we going to have a discussion if people don’t want to talk

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Even after being called an “aggressive feminist” and “way too opinionated”, I still like to respectfully engage in discussions and conversations. I think they are necessary and I’m not afraid to contribute to larger discussions. However, I wonder, we have these discussions and try to raise awareness, but why aren’t things changing. Perhaps because some of the people that have trouble understanding aren’t in the conversations. That’s the main thing I want to discuss. How are we going to see and promote change if the people it would benefit, people that don’t understand, and everyone, in general, won’t talk or discuss?

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why reading the news is important

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I would never have thought, before these past few years, to write a post about this. I always thought that around age 13, everyone started watching the news, staying up to date, etc. I thought that it was the norm to know what was happening in the world. Sadly, I’ve seen so much ignorance and the overlooking of current events/ news. This post isn’t meant to call or shame anyone for not keeping up with the news. I just want to share my reasoning behind why reading the news is so important, especially for kids.

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i’m back

hi. I had to take a break from blogging for a while. School, finals, and some personal stuff made it too complicated for me to blog and it was taking away from the quality of my posts. Since summer is starting, I’m back.

next week there will be a new post about my june bullet journal spread.

also, as an added plus, this is my 200th post!

thanks.

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My 2019 Bullet Journal Spread! January, Minimalistic, Rainbow and More!

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Hello Everyone! HAPPY NEW YEAR! To start the new year, I had to start a new bullet journal spread. My last bujo ended in August, so 2019 is starting in the middle of a book. I didn’t do a whole other beginning spread, but you can click here to see that. The theme for this spread was colors and rainbow. There isn’t as much doodling, but I kept every minimalistic and played around with different fonts. Enjoy!

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My November BUJO Spread! Holidays, Doodles, Calligraphy and More!

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Hello Everyone! Through all the school, stress, and fatigue, I still managed to finish this month’s bullet journal. I would probably fall apart without my bujo, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that I don’t have the time. This month’s spread is more minimalistic and still cute. I started out with the theme of fall food, but I ran out of ideas and changed it to fall in general. There was also some time to practice my calligraphy and my doodling skills. This might give you some inspiration for your bujo spread or maybe you want to start a bujo. Click on the month to see that spread,  August|September| October |.  Enjoy!

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October BUJO! Fall, Doodles, Halloween and More

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Hello Everyone! It’s already October, and I have a new bujo spread for this month. It’s fall themed, and the daily spread is very minimalistic, which is going to be very helpful since the year and stress season has started. There are a lot of doodles as well, which is always fun. I also experimented with a different mood tracker and got rid of my habit tracker to see what happens. Hopefully it can give you some inspiration for your bullet journal and future spreads!CLICK HERE, HERE, HERE,  or HERE TO SEE PAST SPREADS.  Enjoy!

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7 Things You NEED to Know About Feminism

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Hello Everyone! Being a feminist and educating people about feminism and equal rights has become a really big part of my life. I talk about it a lot, outside of my blog, and it’s a major part of my life and me. I’ve been thinking about bringing it to this blog more, because I only talk about it on holidays + special occasions. There are so many common misconceptions surrounding feminism, and this post will (hopefully) clear things up. Get ready, because this is going to be a long, informative, maybe even empowering blog post! Yay EQUALITY! Enjoy!

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My September BUJO! Doodles, FRIENDS, and more!

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Hello!!! September has started, which means a new Bujo spread. The theme was F•R•I•E•N•D•S, because I love that show. I used the colors ❤️💛💙 as my theme, and did a couple things differently, that I normally wouldn’t do. Fall themes are really hard to make unique, so hopefully this gives some Inspiration for future spreads. Follow my Instagram, so you can see some more pics of this spread. Enjoy!

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It’s Women’s Equality Day!!!

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Hello Everyone! It’s Women’s Equality Day!!!! We all know how much I care about equality, feminism, and all sorts of this like that. I’ve seen documentaries and I’ve read articles all about Women’s Equality Day. I am going to give some history behind this special day. Also, since this means a lot to me, I’m going to give my experiences and my history with it! Enjoy!

 

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My August Bullet Journal, Coffee, Doodles, and More!

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Hello Everyone! August has officially started, which means my BUJO has started. I had to start a new journal, because I completely filled up my last one. This spread took a lot of effort and time, but I’m so happy with the result. I’m going to show the beginning of the journal, and my August spread. And are we surprised that it’s coffee themed? I hope this gives some inspiration to you guys! Keep reading to the end to see what supplies I use! Enjoy!

 

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Not all Sizes are the same – Parsons School

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I’m doing something a little different. I recently started a Online parsons school for fashion course. One of the assignments was to make a blogpost on how one store’s size 12 might be an other store’s size 8. Since this is not my regular type of blogpost, tomorrow , I will be posting another blog post on my normal stuff. But this topic is important.

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