I feel like such the activist today.
First, I designed an internal ad campaign to promote my hospital’s “go green” initiative. I’m actually really excited about it, because I’m an avid recycler, and since I work in marketing, I generate a lot of junk that needs to be recycled!
Next, I registered to vote. If you haven’t done so yet, you can do it here. You just fill out the form, print it and mail it. It’s that easy.
Then, because I was so pumped about registering to vote, I talked to my boss about organizing a voters’ registration drive, so that my fellow employees can also exercise their American right to vote. In my opinion, if you don’t vote, you’re lazy and good-for-nothing, and we just can’t be friends.
So that was my activist-granola day. I celebrated all of these accomplishments by cleaning out my office and throwing away six large boxes of stuff, which will go straight to the landfill.
I think tomorrow I will skip my shower (and deodorant), wear my hair in dreads, put on a long, billowy floral skirt and flip flops, burn my bra, and celebrate my natural, crunchy self.