Why is it that being wrong is considered a bad thing? As if being wrong means you are dumb and uneducated. Even the smallest things make people so defensive when they are wrong. It is amazing the relationships that are ruined because once cannot accept that they were wrong. But being wrong really isn’t as […]Read More Wrongness Leads to Growth
Today’s post is going to be a little different. Today I am posting a piece of writing from my husband Miguel. Enjoy and share your thoughts in the comment or on my Facebook page. Why are we always wrong? Do we make decisions and act out purposely, knowing outcomes? Outcomes that put us into positions […]Read More Guest Post: Wrong on Purpose?
If you follow my Facebook, you may have noticed the post yesterday about forgiveness. I mentioned how you don’t have to forgive like everyone says to live a healthy happy life. I also mentioned that acceptance of the things you cannot change and allowing yourself to move on is basically a way of forgiving yourself, […]Read More Note to Self: I Forgive You
I am a 29 year old mother of two and I want so bad to be selfish. I mean, I am selfish in a way. Sometimes I don’t want to share my snacks with my kids and they know they can’t have my snacks. Yes, they get upset that I won’t share but I tell […]Read More Let Me Be Selfish
In the last post, I touched on self consciousness and how societal standards can contribute to that. In this post, I wanted to touch on a subject that you all have probably been seeing a whole lot of lately. STRAWS, yes STRAWS! But let’s not just stop there, let’s talk about how plastic is like […]Read More Stop Sucking
From a young age, I was taught that I needed to know certain things and look a certain way. I needed to be able to cook and clean, to be able to keep a man and frizzy curly hair was messy and not neat and put together. Also, dressing like a “tom boy” was potential […]Read More Society and Self Consciousness
Hello everyone and thank you for joining me here at The PR Environmentalist! My name is Andrea Diaz, I am Puerto Rican and I am based in Massachusetts. I am married and have two children. While the PR in my name is meant to represent “PUERTO RICAN” it also represents public relations. I started this […]Read More Who is The PR Environmentalist?