I don’t know how I managed my blog in the last week. Not only my views are lower than what I typically get over the previous two months, but I have also been sick as a dog. Two Fridays from today, and for context, today is Monday; I went to work with a slight headache. … Continue reading Food And Gastric Flu
From Source Not going to lie; I do remember the dark day of 9/11. When it came on the news, I was only five and played cars with my cousin at my aunt’s. I’m saying this because when I hear the word Afghanistan, the only thing that comes to mind is war and violence. I … Continue reading Ex-Marine Tries To Save Cats And Dogs
Being Female Is A Crime Thinking Of The Pack Sand Is Alike The Body Just A Child How did August treat you? Mine was nothing like I thought or planned to be. There was a reason why I did poetry month this August; I bit the bullet and was going to let my mum help … Continue reading August Wrap Up 2021
From Source Sports was a great thing to do as a kid because I think it helped me get that drive for life. It's no secret that I can't entirely agree with strict diets for young kids, but that’s a topic for another day. When I was in the thick of it, Paralympics felt so … Continue reading How Did The Olympic Flame Start?
https://youtu.be/qBFjGQekES4 From The Truly YouTube Channel While I was preparing what to say in this post, this thought popped into my head. It’s interesting to see how the view of disability had changed. I was browsing YouTube when a video got closer to home than one might think, and I will tell you why in … Continue reading The Man Who Sees The World Upside Down
Image from Pexels If you read some of my posts, you know I care about the environment around me and the world. Sadly, it feels that every time I do an environmental post, the topic of plastic comes up. I worry that if we keep not caring and act on the issue, we are the … Continue reading Is Bottled Water Worth The Price?
Image from Pexels From the comments, some of you are enjoying this series. I’m doing a part 3 and ending this series here for the time being. The article I have been using is from Lifehack, which I will link at the end of this post. Doing these posts gave me a better understanding of … Continue reading A Health Plant For A Health Human Part 3
Image from Pixabay Hey everyone, In the upcoming month, something that I have been wanting and will change my life for the better, especially my mental health; having said that, it still very personal, and I don’t have all the details yet. When I’m ready, I will share it with you. My blog would need … Continue reading Poetry and Interviews Month
Image is from Pixabay Here is part 2 of Monday’s post, house plants with health benefits that you might not know about. I had terrible asthma as a kid, but my aunt took me to the fields every Sunday, and we would pick wildflowers. It's one of the most beautiful memories I remember of my … Continue reading A Health Plant for A Health Human Part 2
Image is from Bored Panda My thoughts on luck have changed as I grew older. As a kid, I believed in fairytales because they were the first books I read. As a teen, everything had a dark side, so I couldn’t see luck if it hit me in the face. With age, I matured, and … Continue reading A Fish With A Wedding Ring