I’ve been doing my civic duty and quarantining for 16 months now. Even with a baby, I have a lot of time to think and read and think some more. This blog series is just a few important things I want to share…
Hurricane Ida is upon, so here are some facts about hurricanes that you may not have known. Within a single second, a large hurricane will release the same amount of energy as ten atomic bombs. Nearly half of the hurricanes that hit the United States, hit Florida. Most deaths caused by hurricanes are the result … Continue reading 25 Interesting Hurricane Facts You May Want Not Know
There are rumors floating around in the ocean of covid information and misinformation about the connection between COVID-19 and blood types. You may have heard that blood type O is less likely to catch covid. It certainly piqued my interest when I heard it. So, what’s true? What’s the science behind blood types and covid? … Continue reading Blood Types and Covid: Does Your Blood Type Make You Less Vulnerable to Covid?
These days, TikTok has become my source for all things at all times. Our short attention spans, need for instant gratification, and handheld super computers called, and TikTok answered with just the right dose of information overload. In 2020, while pregnant and quarantining, Netflix and TikTok became my socialization, my only connection to the outside … Continue reading Netflix Says I’m Depressed, TikTok Says It’s Just ADHD
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