Inspiring Women: Marie Curie

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel In honor of Women’s History Month, I want to write posts recognizing noteworthy, inspirational girls and women from both the past and present. These folks deserve attention/name recognition any time of the year, but Women’s History Month allows me to spotlight them in a time where more … Continue reading Inspiring Women: Marie Curie

13 Ways to Empower the Next Generation of Women

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel As women, it’s important that we work to empower those who come after us. We need to leave the world better than we found it. I have always stuck by the saying, “Empowered women empower women.” But, that needs to start at a young age.  The underestimation of … Continue reading 13 Ways to Empower the Next Generation of Women

WRITING ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH TOPICS

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel It has recently been called into question what makes me qualified to write about mental health topics. I am not a licensed or trained mental health professional. I am not an expert. I will never claim to be (unless I later pursue that and go through a … Continue reading WRITING ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH TOPICS

Audience? Audience? Audience?

This post is a follow-up to my post The Adventures of Writing Nonfiction (https://osyoungheart.wordpress.com/2016/02/01/the-adventures-of-writing-non-fiction/). If you have yet to read it, I’d advise you do so first. As I mentioned in my last post, I am taking on the challenge of writing nonfiction for my class, and we are going to be working on serious … Continue reading Audience? Audience? Audience?

Why I Am Considering Transferring to a Community College

All throughout high school I was continually asked what I wanted to do with my life, and what I was going to major in once I got to college. Initially, I had a general idea. Now that I am here and have had a little time to let it sink in, I will admit a secret … Continue reading Why I Am Considering Transferring to a Community College