Procrastination: My ZineFest Fail

I did a most absolutely uncharacteristically Abby thing today: I left it until the last minute. Anyone who knows me knows that I am never that I'll-do-it-later person, whose deadlines creep up until they're on the floor hyperventilating due to the very real threat of a failed assessment, angry parent, or disappointed friend. I know… Continue reading Procrastination: My ZineFest Fail


We Got Trumped

It's surreal. I honestly feel like I somehow entered some alternate timeline and have to find my way back to the true reality like in Back to the Future.┬áTrump = Biff. https://tribwgntv.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/donaldbiff.jpg I'm reeling. I'm feeling a little bit queasy - and it's more than just the ultra rich chocolate mousse I stomached this evening… Continue reading We Got Trumped

Education, Health & Wellbeing

Neurodiversity: Learning from Special Ed Kids

Recently I have started doing relief work at a special needs school for 5-21 year olds. I have been having the best time getting to know the students, staff, and learning more about special education as a whole. My introduction to working in this area started early in my final year of high school, when… Continue reading Neurodiversity: Learning from Special Ed Kids