Although our school situation may be different, it does not necessarily mean it’s for the worse. The autumn has always been my personal favourite season – the crunchy golden leaves, the sharp autumn smell (or pumpkin spice if you’re into that), and the confusing hoodie-shorts weather. It rocks.
What seems to be a popular new year’s resolution goal every year is a fitness-related one. It keeps coming back every year, but it’s not always completed by all of those who set out to tackle their fitness goals. Although some goals haven’t been yet, it doesn’t mean they never will be. The next best day to start something is today, so strap yourself in and prepare for a journey. Take exercising to a new level with sustainable habits.
Education has always been a top priority in many of our lives, but has the thought of where we’re accessing this information ever crossed your mind? It’s never crossed my mind until recently. Over 600 million books are printed in the US alone, and with that comes a lot of waste. There are solutions set in place, so that should be our first step towards attaining a sustainable approach to education.
Over the course of the last century, or even the last decade, we have seen an enormous change in the growth of our population, thereby altering the looks and functions of our way of living. This extends to our lifestyles, use of resources, and methodologies used. A main point to focus on is our change in use of resources over the years of development and growth. More specifically, let’s focus on the altercations of land and how that effects daily life across the globe.
If you have not noticed already, COVID-19 has induced a world-wide pandemic over the past 5 months, and it doesn’t seem to be wavering. So, a way that we have been combating this health issue is through protecting ourselves and others by (hopefully) wearing face masks, measuring our temperatures, and social distancing as best as we can.