July Wrap-up // My Last Month of Summer Break *cries*

I’m gonna be honest right now and say that I don’t remember much about July.

I’m writing this on August 8th (because I’m too much of a mess to pre-schedule posts), and I’m racking my brain, trying to remember the highlights of the month, because I know I’m gonna forget some. 🤡 But I’ll try my best to make this wrap-up as comprehensive as possible.

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Midyear Goals Check-in, aka COVID-19 Ruining My Plans

Honestly, is it really a Caitlin post if it’s not late?

I know it’s not the middle of the year anymore, but I had a bunch of middle of the year posts to publish before this one, so here we are. I made some resolutions in the beginning of the year, and it’s time to check in on how I’m doing with them! I’ve forgotten about some of these, and I know I completely failed others, so this should be fun…

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June Wrap-up // I Haven’t Left the House in Four Months…

We’re halfway through this god-awful year, and I really want all the misfortunes to end!!

Even though #BlackLivesMatter isn’t trending anymore, we still can’t forget about it. Here are petition links, places to donate to, ways to educate yourself, and more. Israel is committing genocide against Palestine, and this carrd contains a crash course on Israeli-Palestinian history (in case you want to know more), and donation links to help. There are countless other horrible things happening in the world (things are… not good here in the Philippines), and this website contains a masterlist of resources for every movement going on right now!

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May Wrap-up // Lots of Relaxing but No Productivity… (Also, Let’s Show Our Support for Black People!!)

Black Lives Matter.

I’m sure you’re already aware of current events, but if not, please take the time to educate yourself. Use your platform to uplift Black voices and fight racism. Remember, being silent is siding with the oppressors. This link contains a masterlist of resources, including petitions to sign, guidelines for protestors, donation links, numbers to call, and more. If you’re unable to expend money, protest, etc., the least you can do is take the time to sign petitions, retweet important links, watch this video without skipping the ads, call out your racist friends and family, and more (there are so many easy ways to show support for the BLM movement and be anti-racist).

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