NYTimes.com posted 300 Questions and Images to Inspire Argument Writing, https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/01/learning/300-questions-and-images-to-inspire-argument-writing.html, and having used a few of the prompts I find them intriguing. Complex to work on in this pandemic, teaching virtual environment, but worthwhile to consider.
From BlessingManifesting.com comes this visual representation of types of Self-Care. I found it useful to not lump all self care into a single category as it restricted the total number of items I could ponder to consider what area I might be struggling with. Solid resource.
Here on Day #24 of the #SocialDistance #StayHomeKeepSafe program is another tidbit of something I didn’t know
WFH? Great, here is a tidbit
Today’s tidbit comes in the form an unwritten rule of English called Ablaut Reduplication. This is a simple rule to describe why “Tok Tik” sounds weird, but “Tik Tok” doesn’t.