Day 98: Time for Reflection

As the quarantine and my daily blog draw to a close, I figured now is a good time for reflection. Summer is just now starting to begin and it was a long spring cooped up indoors. I’m sure we all have cabin fever and we’re all ready to get out of the house, but theContinue reading “Day 98: Time for Reflection”

Day 94: Are you even registered to vote?

I see an awful lot of people supporting movements, passionate about civil rights, and sick of the Trump administration which thrills me. It feels good to be on the right side of history. But I also know for a fact that a lot of those people posting memes and attending rallies aren’t even registered toContinue reading “Day 94: Are you even registered to vote?”

Day 91: When is it time to cut someone out of your life?

I don’t want to live in an echo chamber. I don’t want to surround myself with people who agree with everything I say and pat me on the back for saying it. I like being exposed to a diverse array of political opinions. I like seeing differing viewpoints, and I still hold the belief thatContinue reading “Day 91: When is it time to cut someone out of your life?”

Day 79: Studying History Made me Liberal

Like most of my friends from the Midwest, I was brought up in a conservative household. I was raised with Judeo-Christian values. And I was encouraged by my church to always vote Republican because they were the more “Christian” option. I find that last point hilarious because if you look at the Republican party’s trackContinue reading “Day 79: Studying History Made me Liberal”