Tag Archives: effective blogging

Reblog: “Hope is a choice” 

Every time I read the news, I couldn’t help but get a little depressed. As Krista Tippett, host of the NPR’s On-Being, pointed out that “Journalism, the way it came down to us from the 20th century, is absolutely focused, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 5 Jul 2020

Is the Coronavirus (or rather our response to it) stressing you out? Well, you’re not alone.  65% American believe the COVID-19 pandemic is getting worse, not better.  And this is after Mr. Trump declared it a national emergency almost four … Continue reading

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Hatching Happiness through Husbandry ‹ Shelley Sackier 

Wisdom through storytelling – that is what Shelley Sackier’s post offers (link below). And I may add: “apropos for the chaotic time that we face.”   And remember to count your blessings. Source: Hatching Happiness through Husbandry ‹ Shelley Sackier ‹ … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 28 Jun 2020

After three and a half years of this administration, Mr. Trump’s divisiveness crescendos into the pandemic summer.  Like a reality television president whose climax coincides with the outbreak, we hold the front row seats. If anything, I give Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 21 Jun 2020

For the past 100 days, we have been living in the shadow of the COVID-19.  It feels surreal. The period is filled with contemplation, reflections and unsettled emotions while I stayed at home for social distancing. “Surreal” because we are … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 14 Jun 2020

Adversity seems an appropriate word to describe the time we are facing – pandemic, social unrest, and economic downturn.  It affects us all. Be it a social movement like the George Floyd Protest or simply a grocery store run. But … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 Jun 2020

The impact of the government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic has tried people’s patience. Now the Month of June, weather is getting nicer and people more antsy.  More confrontations arise. The pandemic is not the cause of all our problems … Continue reading

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Rise Against Inequality

  It is 90 degree Fahrenheit outside.  And I am  burning up on the inside. The outrage inside of me towards the pandemic, the racial injustice, and the man in the White House is bubbling for relief.  Then I heard … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 31 May 2020

After 10 weeks since Mr. Trump declared a national emergency on COVID-19, the outbreak does not look anywhere near confined.  As of today, 1.8M Americans have been infected and 106K died. Understandably, people are getting antsy and looking for alternatives. … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 24 May 2020

It’s Memorial Day weekend.  Thinking of those who have fallen serving the country on this holiday, it’s not lost on me that more Americans have been killed by the coronavirus in last three months than the Vietnam War, Gulf War, … Continue reading

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