I’ve always thought of learning things as absorbing some fixed kind of knowledge, with an end goal (usually an exam). But after a few years at university (I guess as I have become more of an adult), I have realised that there is no fixed syllabus for learning stuff anymore.
Thanks once again to Kashvi for nominating me for an award: this time, the food award! Rules Rules Rules Thank the person that nominated you. Pingback to the creator, Elisha at https://africaboy.home.blog/ Use the same featured image as your nominator. (I’m creating a new image because I would rather not have a huge picture of someone’s…
There are so many things going on in the world, that sometimes it can be so overwhelming. Here are some things you can do to support BLM from your couch, without having to leave your home.
Trying to choose what you want to do and where you want to go is intimidating – it’s quite a big commitment, so it’s best to know what you’re getting yourself into.
Many thanks to Silver Stone from The Bored Side of the Phone for nominating me for the Awesome Blogger Award!
The We Are One film festival was such a fantastic idea, so I knew I had to make the most of this opportunity to see some new films!
I’ve seen a lot of people recommending Robin DiAngelo’s book White Fragility in good faith, often without having read it, trusting that it is a well-researched resource. It is not.
University is a huge commitment of effort, time and money, so it’s best to make as good a decision as possible. Of course, you can switch later along the line, but it will cause less stress in the future if you do your research now. But where to start? You’re Doing It Wrong I come…