Hey everyone! I’m going to keep this short and ask for your help! I would like you to donate to the team I’ve joined for the #STARTARYOT challenge.
Ian Somerholder – to some the beloved Boone, to others the tempting Damon, but most importantly one of the most Eco-conscious individuals in my generation – has started a challenge on Crowd Rise for the Sierra Club Foundation. You can follow the link to my fundraising page to learn more, read Ian’s message, and make a donation.
And here’s my message to each of you:
It’s really simple: this planet is precious, and it’s the only one we have. It’s our responsibility to save it and sustain it for future generations. This fundraiser is a simple way to make a small donation to a great cause. Help us.
Here’s the links I’ve enjoyed this week! Hope you find some goodies to dig on too!
First up, super cool woman made her dreams come true: Amanda Hocking, the writer who made millions by self-publishing online.
And, then, I’m compelled to share any time Buffy makes the news: DePaul students can take course on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”.
This world constantly blows my mind. The things nature and animals are capable of is absolutely captivating. Here’s the lastest: New Island Born and Glow In The Dark Shark Has Invisibility Power.
One of my friends found this great article on 10 easy ways to fail a PhD by Matt Might. It’s a great, insightful article. I enjoyed perusing his site, and this is, by far, my absolute most favorite post of his: The Illustrated Guide to a PhD. So very, very true!!!
If you came by my blog on Wednesday, you saw it blacked out in support of stopping SOPA. Here’s a by-the-numbers recap of the success of this large internet protest. It’s amazing how we can make our voices heard in this digital age!
And, finally, Zombies! I’ll admit I haven’t read the whole article yet, but it goes with all the research I was embedded in last quarter: Dead Man Walking: What Do Zombies Mean?