Cool infographic sent to me about modern living in rural areas. It’s my dream to live off grid one day, but still be connected to the world. This infographic explains the struggles that people living in rural communities are facing and also what is being done to help get these… Read more »
So, new year’s stuff. I don’t do resolutions. Not in the old fashioned sense anyway. Screw that List Of Impractical Resolution Stuff that just make you feel bad at the end of the year for not achieving said List Of Impractical Resolution Stuff.
As seen on Facebook. Re-posted here with Lime Salt Mabasa’s permission. Masculinity so fragile y’all lose your shit when little boys (assumed gender based on physical appearance) wear pink clothes or play with pink toys . Masculinity so fragile my boyfriend started a long ass argument with me in public because… Read more »
Pick a problem or cause you care about and lets start fixing the world. Here are some suggestions to get you started
If you already use Evernote to save your musings and brain farts, you’ll love Postach.io. No admin panel, no dashboard, simply create your blog posts in Evernote.
It’s simple. Really. All you need to do is link an Evernote Notebook when you sign up, create a note and use the tag “published” and the little Evernote elves make it automatically appear on your blog. As a blog post.
This lifestyle is calling to me. Soon. Soooon…..
Writing 50 000 words for #NaNoWriMo might seem overwhelming, but Evernote can help you stay sane during the process.
Why B-BBEE? Pre ’94, white people had all the jobs. White people had everything. A lot of what was done to benefit white people, was to the detriment of people of colour. A lot of what happened back then, still benefits white people today, whether we like to admit it or not. Things like generational wealth, social capital, early childhood development, self sufficient parents, access to quality education, etc.
If we have to be honest, we all suffer from this to some extent. Even allies, ESPECIALLY allies, need to check ourselves often, and if a conversation is being derailed by white feelings, bring it back to what really matter.