3 Wellness Things to Do

Go to the gym I order to relieve a bunch of stress anxiety and worries then you must go to a gym sometime even if it’s only once a week or twice a week or something like that. It can be the ultimate workout for your mental health and your physical health. Plus, there are a plethora of workouts you could do at the gym … Continue reading 3 Wellness Things to Do

Figure Skater Yuzuru Hanyu and his Choice to Withdraw from the 2020 Grand Prix Final

As all things did, the sports industry changed drastically when Covid-19 became a looming threat over society. Many precautions have been added, such as temperature checks and removing the crowds that used to cheer athletes on during their competitions. These safety measures, however, have not always been effective. Athletes who have put themselves, their families, and their teammates at risk have tested positive for the … Continue reading Figure Skater Yuzuru Hanyu and his Choice to Withdraw from the 2020 Grand Prix Final

September 2020

September 2020 highlights Charlie D’Amelio, Lili Reinhart, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Selena Gomez, and Kouvr Annon for their outspokenness to issues and strive for progress. Read about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s accomplishments, How Europe is Handling the COVID-19 pandemic, BTS complete takeover, Back to School Advice and Tips, and Equal Pay in Sports. Ression’s Top Picks giving you movies, TV, masterclass, musicals, exhibit, podcasts, and book recommendations to help you continue to progress in your own life. Continue reading September 2020

What We Know About the Dear Evan Hansen Film

Ever since it was announced that the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen would be turned into a feature film, the theatre community has been buzzing with questions and opinions on the cast.  Dear Evan Hansen, which follows the title character as he manages social anxiety and becomes entangled in a massive lie, has been a hit with young audiences since its Broadway premiere … Continue reading What We Know About the Dear Evan Hansen Film

Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl

Keith Dwayne Nelson was sentenced to death for the 1999 kidnapping, sexual abuse and subsequent killing of a 10-year-old girl, Pamela Butler. Nelson abducted Pamela while she was out rollerblading in front of her house in Kansas. Nelson confessed to raping Pamela and strangling her with a wire. Nelson’s attorney had filed some last minute legal challenges to his execution. Including arguments that the use … Continue reading Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl