Dear Homeschoolers, I wish I didn’t have to write this to be perfectly honest. I would prefer to let the world ignore us, or see us as perfectly normal.
If you ever feel even the slightest spark of creativity in you, be it wanting to paint, finding excuses to skip work and go take photos in the park or putting together blog posts on neighborhood gossip (remember to change the names!), ignite that spark into a fire. And feed that fire voraciously.
Education in itself is one of the most important endeavors an individual will take on, even more so if one decides to become a teacher.
I was raised on this standardized path but now I’m sitting here buried under bills I can’t pay with individual thoughts and dreams that I can’t make sense of. How do I achieve them?
I graduated five years ago. I graduated with a Bachelors of Arts degree in History and Environmental Studies. Useless, right?
Notably, a vast majority of students are incorporating religious and spiritual practices into their daily lives. Should institutions embrace the importance of spirituality in the lives of students?
“I am twenty-three years old and I am afraid of what my future will bring. I wish I could say I found an amazing career or became self-made prodigy or social media star but I haven’t.”
Learners who performed well in their classes are the ones who are well-supported by their parents and who reside in a positive milieu.
“I made a choice. I was choosing between life or death.”
I am still a fucking hurricane. I am a storm whether he violated me or not, I know my value.