Links to Twitter threads and petitions for social justice issues.
An update on my yearly goals.
Well, I finally did it; I failed. 2019 is the year I failed. I failed a couple of classes. I failed to post consistently. Even though I was taken back by this new concept of failure, I am okay with failing. I am glad that I failed. Despite failing, I still have the same hopes … Continue reading Accepting Failure
My planning for this year is not much different than my goal setting process from last year. Still, I want to post this to 1) share my goals with you and 2) keep myself accountable. This year, I went one stop further and did my quarterly goals. PERSONAL POLICIES If I can’t change something, there … Continue reading Goal Setting for 2020
YouTube videos. Photography accounts. Blogs. They are all proof that humans are creatures of creativity. We yearn to create to play sports. All of it is creativity. It is no surprise that social media is such a hit, we want to share our creations, and we want to see what others are doing. We want … Continue reading Creatures of Creativity
I missed a couple of Blogtober posts. I was so determined to catch up and to complete this challenge. That all changed yesterday. Directors Alex Rivera and Cristina Ibarra came to one of my classes to speak on their journeys as filmmakers and their new project. In the end, Rivera mentioned something that stuck with … Continue reading Authenticity
Many people are surprised when I tell them I have been married for over a year. I understand the reaction since I am young, and I was barely an adult when I was married. In my family, this is not something out of the ordinary. It is out of the ordinary if you are in … Continue reading Married at 20
Everyone makes posts about the habits you should be doing, but I hardly see people post about the habits they need to practice. I can sit here and tell you about what you should be doing to be more productive or to better your mental health, but the truth is I don't always follow them … Continue reading Habits I’m Implementing
Oh, October. You’re here at last. I’m glad you’re here. Halloween. Spookiness. Festivals. Coziness. The color orange. What else could I ask for? It’s been too long since I last saw you. You haven’t changed one bit. I can’t wait to sit down in front of the T.V. and just feel like a little kid … Continue reading A Letter to October
October is here! Can you believe we are down to the last quarter of 2019? Although the holiday season is my favorite, these last three months seem long, and for many, it’s the three months that can make or break a successful year. But what is a successful year? How can we make sure that … Continue reading Last Quarter of 2019