6 of My Favorite Articles on the Web
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6 of My Favorite Articles on the Web

As a freelance writer, one of the first things I do for the day is to browse websites for the latest content. Not only will this method help me stay informed on the latest trending topics, but it’s a great way for me to spark interest in new content. I have come across some very thought-provoking articles in the past that I will share with you.

Here are some of my favorite articles from the past that I have enjoyed.

Jay Som’s Guide to Making Creativity a Part of Your Everyday Life

Being creative is something I think everyone should try to incorporate into their lives. Not only is it fun, but it can be beneficial to aspects in your life you might not think. For example, maybe your work project needs an extra oomph, and a splash of creativity could do the trick.

Zines by Black People for Black People

I love zines and am always finding new Instagram accounts of zines. Some zines I’ve recently followed are Gal Dem, heartbrokenmagazine

Inspiration by Black Writers for Aspiring Black Authors

Being inspired and encouraged by people who are similar to you is important.

The Price of Being Mentally Ill

The talk about mental illness needs to be taken seriously. It’s one thing to not understand it, but it’s another thing to neglect how it is impacting our world and the youth’s financial problems that come with mental illness.

The Truth About College

Authentic storytelling is my jam. I love articles that people are afraid to write because it contains the truth. Not everyone has a fantastic college experience, and it doesn’t mean you’re an outcast or not like anyone else. It’s okay if you had a different experience!

How to Get a New Perspective on Anxiety and How the Brain Functions Feelings

For younger generations, mental illness is not a new conversation. Although younger generations have experience with learning about mental illness, older generations are new to a slew of information about mental illness. It is our responsibility to take mental health seriously and educate ourselves to be better people.

These are some of my favorite articles over the past years. I might make this into a series but update it with more recent articles. Would that be of interest to anyone? Let me know 🙂

Browsingly,

Michala

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