Jessica Sheehan is a Columnist, and a freelance writer with bylines in everything from Top Talent Magazine to USA Today. She is a ghostwriter, and Managing Editor of bestselling books for Top Talent Publishing and for indie authors around the world.
The cool dark morning held promise as we walked onto the grounds, surging forward eagerly. Excitement rippled through the crowds despite the ridiculously early hour; we had executed an intricate plan to ensure we wouldn’t miss a moment of spectacle.
Yesterday on March 8th we celebrated International Women’s Day. The theme this year is #EmbraceEquity. The International Women’s Day website at https://internationalwomensday.com offered a range of resources and activities to help individuals and organizations participate in the day’s events.
Holidays are here and the merriment is in full swing. However, if you look around you may notice this is a tough time of year for many people. For some, this is a reminder that they have lost loved ones.
It’s been nearly a week since the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was released, and it has already surpassed the most recent Marvel Universe movie by a landslide. Wakanda Forever opened on November 11th, and grossed $84,285,721.
Have you ever seen a ghost, or maybe felt one nearby? This is maybe not as common as the experience of déjà vu, which literally translated means “you already” and refers to a feeling of repeating something you already experienced.
Football is the most bet on sport in the US, and Fantasy Football leagues are in full swing right now. Competition is a natural imperative and a fun pastime in our country, and betting on who will win or lose can be enjoyable, too.
With everything going on in the world with Omicron and other developments with the Coronavirus and its variants, I decided to book a round trip flight for an event where I would be going cross country to attend and participate.