Global Autism Project

I want to ask for a favor, for a very good cause. It's not for me, it's for my friend, Frances. She asked me to share this CrowdRise (GoFundMe) campaign to help raise money for her trip to Kenya next year.  This is not just some trip to Kenya, it's a trip where she will … Continue reading Global Autism Project

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Brain Injury Awareness Month 2018

It's January, otherwise known as Brain Injury Awareness Month, because of this I would like to share with you and all my readers some facts about brain injury which don't just affect the patient but everyone around him or her. This year's campaign in #ChangeYourMind which aims to help change everyone's attitude toward brain injury … Continue reading Brain Injury Awareness Month 2018

Check out this blog

Today I want to share another blog that I think will be interesting to a lot of you, especially teachers. This is my mother's new educational blog, the posts are written in Spanish and I later translate them to English. It is very interesting and you don't have to be a teacher to read it … Continue reading Check out this blog

If you are a global citizen, listen up

Yesterday women and girls were once again raising their voices for all females in the Global Citizen Festival in New York City. Beyoncé, Michelle Obama, and Malala Yousafzai were among the women there, speaking for millions of girls not being offered education or equal rights; as well as ending global poverty. Beyoncé, Michelle Obama, and … Continue reading If you are a global citizen, listen up

I can do this! And this is my 100th post!!!!!

I have been waiting for my chance to go to grad school, but I never really thought about what to expect.  I thought, well it’s college, I did well in college.  But I decided to read a little bit about it to know what to expect  I found this article 7 things I wish I … Continue reading I can do this! And this is my 100th post!!!!!

Malala: The power a brave, determined, young woman can have in the world.

After the accident, I heard my mom talking about Malala. I first heard people talk about her about three years ago when my mother explained to me that she was a Pakistani girl who was shot when she was about 15 years old for wanting to go to school. She told me that she survived … Continue reading Malala: The power a brave, determined, young woman can have in the world.