It’s been about two weeks since I last wrote a blog post, frankly, I had a lot on my mind, but there wasn’t anything I wanted to write about. Between the political events that have been occurring here in the United States, to what’s happening in my personal life. There’s just a lot. While many have ran to social media to express their anger at the recent events here in the United States, I’ve decided to just process what’s happening on my own and to deal with the sadness.
Now, that I have had the time to process, I can now process the fact that in about a week I am moving to Czech Republic. Yup, you’ve read that right. I am moving from my beloved home and city, New York, to the old continent. I have accepted a place at a university in Brno, Czech Republic, where I will be obtaining my masters degree. I am more than ecstatic to be going to Europe and actually live there. This is a goal of mine which I have been manifesting literally since I was sixteen-years-old. Continue reading “Life Update: To New Beginnings”
What The Health is the new documentary that has everyone rethinking whether they want to drink a glass of cow milk, or if they should opt for a glass of almond milk.
Netflix recently released the documentary What The Health, which follows filmmaker Kip Anderson on his quest to uncover why health organizations do not try to prevent, or help reverse chronic diseases, through an actual healthy diet. Anderson interviews various physicians, many who are part of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a non-profit organization, that promotes a plant-based diet, and alternative medicine to prevent or reverse diseases.
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I wonder if during the Cold War, the period where Americans thought that every Russian was named Ivan or Sasha, experienced an overwhelming anxiety over the thought that their lives along with the rest of the world could blow up to a million pieces. Obviously Americans were anxious, there are endless academic articles describing the American identity during the Cold War, and the everyday life of the American. However, Americans continued going to work, creating families, and building their lives.
Now, I know many things have changed since the Cold War, or it seems like it has, but we millennials seem to think that the world is on fire. You can ride the subway and overhear twenty-year-olds express how, “their job is giving them anxiety” and how “it’s just too much”. Our boss gives us anxiety, going out shopping gives us anxiety, reading the news gives us anxiety, even taking care of our own goldfish gives us anxiety. Quite frankly, I sometimes catch the anxiety bug from time to time. This usually happens when there’s a lot I have to do, but I decide to wallow in the pettiness and the small things in my life. Thankfully, I am always able to shake the bug off.
Continue reading “How Are The Millennials? Anxious.”