How *Not* To Be Bamboozled By Propaganda: A [Free] Infographic Based On The Essay By Donna Woolfolk Cross // Share The Love! Download Your Own
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How *Not* To Be Bamboozled By Propaganda: A [Free] Infographic Based On The Essay By Donna Woolfolk Cross // Share The Love! Download Your Own

I have been wanting to create a downloadable infographic for such a long time so I decided to make one that is relevant and helpful to our current political climate. I hope you enjoy! Be sure to share! #SharingIsCaring Continue reading

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & A Writer’s Resilience
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & A Writer’s Resilience

Honoring Dr. King: “His most known speech, “I Have A Dream,” is a Nobel Peace Prize lecture that was powerful when given then and is one whose words are still relevant to this day. Dr. King’s life as a leader is a model for all who want to serve others and create change.” Continue reading

#FlashbackFriday (So What If It’s Not A Thing? Yet? ) | Amelia Bird’s “Acts of Wind” Essay From New Madrid Winter 2014
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#FlashbackFriday (So What If It’s Not A Thing? Yet? ) | Amelia Bird’s “Acts of Wind” Essay From New Madrid Winter 2014

Birds essay explores loss by learning to appreciating life and life’s lessons. By uncovering reoccurring patterns within her daily life, and with the aid of nature, Bird rediscovers what it means to be a part of something larger than she could have ever imagined.
Header image © Sissh Art “Day 2, Week 3 – Forest Landscapes.” Continue reading

EVOLUTION OF DATING: A Tinder Apology | TBL Pt. 5
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EVOLUTION OF DATING: A Tinder Apology | TBL Pt. 5

A little over a year ago, I conducted my own teeny tiny social experiment. I set out to explore the ever-so-scary dating realm of Tinder. It was research, of course, for a blog post I later wrote, and it was just as entertaining as it was frightening. I say frightening in the sense that my … Continue reading