This weekend was my first official shift running an arts/culture/lifeskills program at a local Aboriginal Community Centre.
Welcome to the new year! Hopefully, 2018 is kind to all of us and is especially kind to those of us who had a difficult year in 2017. Overall, I am optimistic about what 2018 has to offer in all areas of my life. However, these changes are forcing me to take a step back from this blog. You can keep reading for all of the details or just scroll all the way to the bottom for the TL;DR.
I know a lot of people think new years resolutions are cheesy, or that people never complete them. Yet, despite failing at a lot of them I still keep trying every year. In this post, I share some of my new year’s resolutions for next year!
If you are like me, you have probably seen advertisements for Grammarly everywhere you turn. I saw them on almost every webpage and before every YouTube video that I tried to watch. So, I decided to buy it for a month and see what all the hype was about.
In this post, I talk a bit about why I wanted to go into social work and where I am at in my studies. However, I also talk about how my view of social work as a profession is changed in recent months. (IMG SOURCE)