After almost two months of silence and the most hectic Monday of my life, I am writing another blog post! Phew! Maybe you can tell my first thirty days at Trent University have been a rollercoaster ride. With the month in review on my mind, here are some highlights from this new adventure so far!
Ever since December 2015, I have been toying with the idea of reducing how much meat I eat. o what changed? What did I do differently in July 2019 that enabled me to write this post, celebrating my one and half months of going veggie?
Bad news is inescapable. If you’re anything like me, you read daunting headlines with a sense of responsibility to speak up and out about the issues. But lately I’ve found myself wanting to stay silent, because there’s no way I can talk about it all.
Life this July feels like the moment after placing the last piece of a puzzle. Countless hours spent finding the missing pieces, building around sides and corners until you get to the final slot and… it’s complete. What next?
It’s been just over a month since I posted here on the lovely Teenage Adoxography, but what better way to celebrate the first Monday of May with a new post?! Since I’ve been away for April, I thought I’d just recap some of the fun things I enjoyed this month – with another monthly favourites!
Halt! Before continuing on with this post, get yourself comfy. Why? Because this is my first “monthly favourites” blog post and I’m counting on it being a big one.
Maybe you’ve had a long week and just want to unwind, or you’ve found yourself the lucky recipient of a ticket to another galaxy and need some entertainment for the flight, you’ve come to the right post! Here I’ll be listing two of my favourite books inspired by outer space.
You’ve no doubt seen all the viral posts with heart-wrenching images of marine life tangled in litter, or once-pristine beaches now a swarming pile of waste. And while you can’t deny the immensely corrupt complacency of corporations and countries in allowing the pollution of the environment to escalate to such levels, there is a small margin where we can make an impact.