Drove someone to get a covid vaccination today
Art Lover Stereotypes Redefined
Before winter break, I was talking with the custodian lady where I worked on campus. She asked me for the dates of the break, because in 2020 university decided to reopen 2 weeks later than usual. Apparently, custodian company outsourced by the university was going to furlough the staff. As a grad student, I was always short of money, so this situation was close to heart. I discussed this finding with the department admin the following week, with no expectations for change. To my surprise, she took the issue up to the department meeting, then university administration and the contractor...more...
I still struggle to be alone at night. My anxiety provokes me to do things to fulfill the emptiness insider.
The isolation has helped me to reimagine myself, my values, wants and needs. I realized I was in a toxic relationship with my husband, whom I left back in my home country. I asked...more...
I volunteer to help victims of domestic violence, which has worsened during the pandemic. I admire their resilience and ways of standing up to those who would attempt to use power and control over them!
I very frequently drive through downtown Sacramento and give out food and water to those in need! It brings me an indescribable amount of joy to help people.
Our journey as individuals are like no other. Which makes it very difficult to label somebody without knowing all the details of their life. With that being said... labeling can cause people to make assumptions and advise things that are not applicable to your journey.
I supported small restaurants in my city by ordering takeout, lots of takeout.
I am proud of how my staff has adapted to a new way of providing services and for their commitment to keeping each other and their families safe by following the guidelines.
I feel lucky to be able to help with pandemic outreach programming through my job at a local museum. It's been rewarding to be able to give back through the arts. Creativity helps heal.
My whole life I was told I couldn't give blood. In light of COVID, the American Red Cross relaxed a couple regulations, and in summer 2020 I was able to donate blood for the first time!
Having lived abroad my first couple years, I was ineligible to donate blood in the US, but I was determined to do it sometime, somewhere, somehow. I looked up blood donation in other countries, but local laws prohibit people from donating if they don't own land in that country or read the...more...