How many times have you heard Americans say, “That’s it! I’m moving to Canada”? Well, I actually did. Last year,…
The name of the toilet art piece? “AMERICA.”
Americans are obsessed with solving other people’s problems. We all feel productive when we solve problems, but when we start diminishing people’s problems into small, seeming solvable ones, we start to over simplify them.
This election has seen a lot of big talk about returning to lost greatness or better times.
Most of the time when I tell people that I’m homeschooled, they instantly become an arsenal, sending a barrage of rapid-fire questions my way.
Living in different countries have helped me to see the cultural differences of each. Cuba has a more tranquil way of living. Spain has a more “party” way of living.
Concussions have been a huge issue in football.
People hear my accent and ask — “Where are you from?” “What is it like to move to America?” These are complicated questions.When you move from Moscow to Atlanta, every part of life is different.
Am I worth as much as a candy bar? Or am I worth a Play Station? What would it take for killing me to be excusable?