What I Read

The world we live in is constantly changing and moving, so I read a lot to try to keep up with it. Here are some sources where I find the most interesting news.

American News: This is mostly what I follow on Twitter/listen to almost everyday

Election Coverage: If November’s around, or if there’s a major election coming up, I usually tune into these sources.

International News: This is a daily staple also, since American media is generally too self-centered.

Just for Kicks: Gotta have a laugh or two in the process.

Other Blogs: Stuff other people write that’s worth your time.

Causes: Trying to find a cause, or generate support for yours? No worries, here’s a quick guide on how to get started. And best of all, these sites are FREE!

  • free clicks help generate more money for your favorite causes.
  • The Hunger Site: clicking gets sponsors to contribute towards world hunger.
  • Aid to Children: Practice your vocabulary, and donate to ending poverty, all in one go.
  • Free Rice: Same idea as above, except with every right answer, you donate 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme.
  • Help support your causes with fun online games and activities. Recruit people to support yours too!

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