i see a lot of people compaining that romanticism is only for rich people. but i wanna say...romanticism is not for a rich person but for a rich mind.
things that are absolutely free u can romanticise..
BUT HAVE U EVER ROMANTICISED THEM???
1. the blue sky
have you ever romanticised the clear blue sky in the morning and
just let the brimming rays of sunshine touch not just ur body but ur
2. the water
i once saw a video about the power of manifestation when u wish
for something while drinkiing water.So, whenever i'm drinking water
i'm always wishing and manifesting.
(i dunno if it actually works but it sure does make me feel calm and
that's why i do it everyday and will continue to do so)
3. when ur mom serves u food
how many times have u romanticised the food that ur mom makes
and given her a compliment and kissing her beautiful hands? the
smile on her face after that moment of appreciation is just priceless.
4. when u water the plants or just see the plants moving with the wind
when plants just grow as u water them..if u can't have an animal as
a pet..Then..WHATS STOPPING U FROM MAKING A PLANT UR
OWN PET? they grow, they need attention, they need care and are
always there to listen to u when u need someone.(oxygen is a
5. when u finsh ur assignment on ur own without any help
to romanticise studying u don't need the aesthetic table or latest laptop..u just need a willing mind, a working pen, and some blank paper and u r good to go...have ur own time.. create ur own small space..can be ur study desk or ur dining table or can be just a pillow on ur lap...whatever be it ... just start romanticising it..u just need a mindset and u r good to go
COMPAINING DON'T SOLVE THE ISSUE
(WILL BE ADDING MORE)
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Hi Reid, so sorry to bother you but do you have any recommendations for a field school that pays the intern rather than the intern paying the field school? I’m trying to move out bc my parents are transphobic and I need to start saving up 🥺 thank you in advance!
Ugh I'm so sorry but unfortunately I do not. At my university the only people who got paid were the field director and the grad student TA. The intern was there because it would look good on grad school applications.
Unpaid internships in academicia are completely unethical.
I would reach out to people who are running some field schools (providing that any are operating this summer-- the one I was going to help with got cancelled due to covid-19) and ask for a paid position. Have a professional looking resumé with all of your qualifications.
If you've already completed a field school, you could also look into working for CRM companies. Those are a good way to get experience and get paid.
Best of luck,
EDIT: I just realized that it was unclear if you've already completed a field school. If this would be your first one, I think it's highly unlikely that you would be paid. My advice above is if you've already done a field school and were looking to help out as an intern or TA.
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