The world is cautiously dipping its toe into the water of reopening.
International Women’s Day is a day that should highlight the strength and fire that is found within every woman that has been broken or told no.
I have personally put off writing about the coronavirus for two reasons…
Here in the States, it’s easy to think Brexit will have little impact on us as a nation. It’s time to pay attention.
As a world, we have ignored the negative environmental impacts our lifestyles have had on our planet for too long.
Every day that goes by is another page added to history. The definition of who is good and who is bad in a historical narrative is completely subjective to the author of the book.
My personal visions are 20/20– and I’ve been waiting all year to make that pun.
As anyone that has ever tried to follow one of my blogs knows, consistency is not my strong suit. After spending a hiatus focusing on adulthood–which included a job change–I’m back. While I haven’t summed up all of the international news I have read over the last nine months, the efforts of young Greta ThunbergContinue reading “10 EASY Ways to Be A More Sustainable Traveler”
While I’ve written a lot, the cliche still rings true: a picture is worth a thousand words (I missed that count by thirty).
This past week, I read about chocolate, environmental safety, indigenous tribes, sex workers’ unions, and children activists. To say the least, it was an interesting week. Disclaimer: I do not own any of the articles used in this post and have provided links to them below. All images were found through WordPress’s free image libraryContinue reading “International Update: 11.22.18-11.30.18”