Friday, July 31, 2020

Friday Favorites

This week has felt long, and yet I can't believe that it's already the end of July. It was a big week for me - I presented during Pitt's Diversity Forum about disability inclusion in academia (I'll share a video when it's ready). It was really exciting to be part of such a big event, but I'm also looking forward to a little relaxation this weekend now that it's over.
On to the favorites...

Today is the last day that you can endorse me for my WEGO Health Award for my Instagram! Just click the link here, click the "thumbs up" that says "Endorse this patient leader," and enter your information. Thank you to everyone who has endorsed me so far!

I have been listening to Taylor Swift's new album on repeat since it came out last week. I love listening to the stories that she tells with her lyrics, and that storytelling really shines through on this album.

I haven't had much use for Google Maps recently, but I was still excited to see that they've added a feature to make it more easy to find information about accessibility for places on their map. Looking forward to the day when I can try it out!

For the first time in the magazine's history (and in what is typically considered the most important month for magazines), Oprah put someone other than herself on the cover of her magazine. It's a touching tribute and a reminder to keep fighting for justice.

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