2011-06-17

a.k.a: human

I think it would be very appropriate to do a little "Friday Spotlight" on some new and promising blogs, every Friday. I'll peruse some more recently created blogs, find one with potential, and drop it here for everyone to enjoy. Hopefully, we can get these writers to continue into the world of blogging!

Today's "Friday Spotlight" goes to a.k.a: human, a "place where human emotion, and (some) human sexuality will be analyzed and questioned." The writer breaks down the basis of our minds, and presents personal, as well as professional, experience to not only validate an opinion, but open our mind to new ones. Readers will not leave the blog without at least having questioned their own emotions intensely.

After reading the posts myself, I couldn't help but be caught up in deep thought about who I am, and how I portray myself. There's quite a bit more to my psyche than I thought (no pun intended!). Question your mind at a.k.a: human.

20 comments:

  1. This blog is amazing!! I'm a psychology major so of course I love it :]

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  2. This looks a like an awesome blog, gonna be sure to check that out! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Seems like a cool blog, so i'll check it out. thanks for recommending it!

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  4. You really got me curious on this blog. You sound effected from it, lol. :D

    I'll check it out.

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  5. you can get lost when you look deep inside your mind, well it happened to me

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  6. Looking at the blog now, pretty cool :>

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  7. I'm liking the Friday spotlights :)

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  8. As someone who after A levels plans to become a psychiatrist, this is pretty interesting :)

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  9. Thanks for the suggestion, I'll check it out!

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  10. awesome initiative, hopefully i make it

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  11. Loving the blog, keep them coming!
    -followed.

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  12. I appreciate your suggestion. So far I have read the first post on this blog and I guess I have to read the whole day. This is really mind-blowing.

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