I write about people in the Okanagan Valley and beyond who capture my interest while I’m on the move.
I work in the community as well as I attend full time studies at Okanagan College. I am progressing more towards engaging more fully in our community by bringing awareness of what I see that’s worth sharing.
- Unpacking learned views and ideas from those who have touched my life.
- Engaging in dialogue via interview/conversation with others on issues and points of interest– places not always seen, to the public eye but worth exploring.
Bear with me; this is my first attempt at blogging, which started from my digital media class, and this is such a great experience for me to learn and work through and continue.
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I am currently a second-year student in Communications, Culture, and Journalism at OUC who hopes to attend UVIC to further my education. I have shifted my educational focus to be a part of the community's communication solution and advocacy work. I am originally from Ontario and love the Fall season there, and I also love the fall season here in BC. I have always loved writing and current events. My five-year plan is to write and advocate in the community by strategically planning and developing ways to minimize the information overload and investigate false ideas of support. I am also a Mother, OFS, daughter, Auntie, sister, and friend. I am a writer and an Independent Contractor.
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I am just discovering your page today. I just read your blog post about Womanhood from April 2020 and it was powerful and I liked it so much I am going to share it to my wife. I think it had so much valuable thoughts it could have been broken up into a number of smaller reads. I think that would be better because often people when listening to a speech only remember the last thing said, and maybe the opening, since you had a great deal of content that was insightful I think what I call “digestible chunks” in multiple posts help readers remember more and as a blogger you get more visits.
I look forward to reading your feedback on my blog. Best wishes from Penticton ! – David
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