Articles+Social Media Posts
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Post 1: A personal social media post on our living spaces and how they can hold so many memories and emotions.
Post 2: A personal social media post on how overcoming setbacks has made me a confident person.
Post 3: An article on how traditional masculine archetypes create contradictory and confusing traps for men while using media influences and pop culture to display this.
Post 4: An article on 5 free tech apps that make your life easier and more efficient.
Post 5: An article on the Netflix show, "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" and how it explores feminism through a political and social commentary lens.
Post 6: A blog album review on the 2018 album, "Simulation Theory" from the band Muse.
Setbacks Make You Stronger
Listening to this book made me realize how confident I actually am, which is pretty amazing to think about and notice.
When I was younger, I was *NOT* at all confident. I was constantly comparing (still do sometimes because I'm human) and full of self-doubt.
Shifting the Mindset of Masculinity
5 Apps You’ll Wish You Knew About Sooner
Free & low-cost apps to save money, improve your spelling, find email addresses, improve your cybersecurity, and get free stuff.
We all want to make our lives easier and more efficient. It’s a constant struggle between time, money, and doing more with less effort. That can mean ordering takeout one night instead of cooking, paying someone to paint our nails instead of doing it ourselves, grocery delivery, online shopping, etc. I want to share five resou
Sabrina Smashes the Patriarchy
This is Not a Test: Simulation Theory is Here.
It dropped today after several singles were already released months prior to its release. Singles including “Dig Down,” “Something Human,” and “Pressure.” Today’s album release coincided with anot