If I’m being honest, this week was a real rough one let me tell ya. Even though I know I should be preparing for classes starting back up soon, I was not prepared to get up early every day for the past week. You could say I’m out of touch. I did, however, get a few things done/make a few big decisions in the process.
So about that poem I just posted yesterday—if you haven’t read it, check it out here before reading this. I don't usually do posts like this, but I feel an explanation and understanding is due. This is it.
So, I promised you something today. It’s National Poetry Month and this poem holds a whole lot of meaning for me.
But we all have certain things we run from, pieces of ourselves that are hard to separate from the rest; it can be quite the crisis of self that comes when we try. So here you go, for my finals week, here are two very dramatic poems that I kind of love. Especially the second one
A Stanford class-action lawsuit about mental health: why we all need even more change than it can offer.
Last week I told you all I had a post planned, but I moved it to this week due to some new circumstances... Well it’s next week isn’t it?! So here we go. We are now in the second week of May, what I like to remember as Mental Health Awareness Month and also Asian/Pacific…Read more A Quick Reminder on Mental Health
I wanted to focus on Black History Month for all 4 of my posts this month, but I feel like this is important to talk through. In the midst of watching the world grow up around me, my goals and hopes rearranged with every step I take. I've got some big plans for my future,…Read more Lost in Translation– What now?