I've been blogging for over three years. I say it aloud because it feels quite surreal to me. When I started this blog, I was in grad school, I was stressed, overwhelmed and seeking an outlet that would help me deal with my roiling emotions the only way I knew how - by laughing. Now reading over some of my old blog posts, perhaps a with little whining too, but mostly by laughing. Last week, a bloggy pal and very good friend of mine Jen, nominated me for The lighthouse Award. I say it aloud because it feels quite surreal to me. My friend's blog - Chopping potatoes and other metaphors for motherhood was nominated for this award and she nominated me in turn. I'm still dumfounded by her nomination because her blog is so good! It's just indescribably good and pertinent. It's won awards, been featured on The Huffington Post and is just so good! I'm just befuddled by the inclusion but incredibly honored to be in her company.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
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This is the lens through which I view social media/internet education. Apart from the fact that I believe it is now an absolute necessity today for all children once they become of legal age to use it, it is important to impart an active and positive perspective of how one should be behave online.
Monday, February 24, 2014
Thursday, February 20, 2014
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Boston's Children Hospital highlights the adverse effects of prolonged/continued bullying on a child's physical health.