July 2019 Gratitude

Jul 29, 2019

Gratitude is a part of my self-care. Here I share a peak of my gratitude journal each month.


This month I am grateful for:


☾ My little sister, who turned 5 this month! Forever blessed for our rainbow baby.

☾ Audiobooks (that are not Am*zon/Bezos machine owned) and audiobook libraries. For those who may be wondering, I use Overdrive, Libby, Google Play Books and Kobo.

☾ Getting back on the minimalism track financially, as well as mentally and clutter-wise. Minimalism is so important to me and after straying the past couple of months, I feel like myself and I got my shit together again which feels liberating.

☾ The accessibility, affordability and time to get back into krav maga, which was timely with the shootings that happened in the U.S. this month.

☾ Passing Constitutional Rights, Admin of Justice and Civics summer courses, and getting a spot on the roster for Immigration Law, Social Justice Studies and Global Climate Change courses for the upcoming Fall semester.

☾ Getting Thursdays back on my work schedule.

☾ Fun summer activities to enjoy with friends and family, that just uplifts moods, "summer vibes" and brings nostalgia.

☾ Razor-less hair removal products (i.e. Nair masks and wax) and safety razors that lasts a long time so you don't have to keep buying and throwing shavers, and that doesn't rust.

☾ Ed Sheeran. 'Nuff said. Go listen to No. 6 Collaborations Project. (Shameless plug for my celeb husband).

☾ The First Amendment. A right that third world countries under dictatorship rule do not have. A right that makes our country a democracy and what separates us from authoritarian countries.


♥ What are you grateful
for this month? ♥

#TakeActionTuesday 7.23.19

Jul 23, 2019

#takeactiontuesday is a weekly action tag that careaction.org started on twitter
to dedicate tuesdays to take action on issues that is important to you.
i took part on twitter and brought it onto the blog.



☾ Ways to support the Mauna Kea protest and Native Hawaiian's:


☾ If you're joining protests in Hawaii, Puerto Rico and more, know your First Amendment rights: aclu.org

☾ Know your rights if ICE comes to your door, workplace or pulls you over:

  • American Civil Liberties Union (in English + Espanol): aclu.org
  • National Immigration Law Center (in English, Espanol, Chinese, Arabic, Somali, Korean + Farsi): nilc.org

☾ Bid/support the #AuthorsforFamilies RAICES Charity Auction: 32auctions.com

☾ Urge Congress to end the war in Yemen: careaction.org

☾ Urge Congress to end abuses in detention centers: 5calls.org

☾ Keep urging your MoC's to open an impeachment inquiry, with 5 Calls' call script: 5calls.org

☾ Support H.R. 40: Reparations for slavery: 5calls.org

☾ Support Sara Gideon for Maine, who is running against Susan Collins: saragideon.com

☾ Support Amy McGrath, who is running against Mitch McConnell: amymcgrath.com

☾ Hold CBP agents accountable for their abuse of power and death threats: 5calls.org

☾ (CA only) Tell your state legislators to pass AB 1215: Body Camera Accountability Act: action.aclu.org

☾ (CA only) Ask your state Assembly members to pass SB 136: End Mass Incarceration: action.aclu.org

☾ (CA only) Urge your state legislators to pass AB 516 to end poverty tows in California: action.aclu.org



Resources, action guides + call scripts provided by:
Kahea The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance
The Action Network
Hawaii Community Bail Fund
Change.org
5calls.org
aclu.org
action.aclu.org
careaction.org
32auctions.com
saragideon.com
amymcgrath.com



♥ How are you taking action around
your community/country this week? ♥
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