March 10, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #10: Week 10? Come Again!?
Diesel the pug, smilingSource: Diesel 02 | Penelope Peru Photography P³
Guess breaking into double digits is a milestone, huh?
Welcome to week 10. We kicked
On Wednesday, Nimrah taught us how to invest in ourselves. Then, we felt the Bern’ while trying to make sense of what in the world is going on
around the globe with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Later, we took a moment to gloss over the highlights from Feb on P³.
On Thursday, we took a hike through the hidden, unspoken beauty of Central Oregon.
Posts (Mar 1 – Mar 9)
- Mar. 1, 2019: Monthly Newsletter #2: WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT’S 65 PAGES!?
- Mar. 3, 2019:Weekly Newsletter #9: May the Madness of March Manifest
- Mar. 5, 2019: Tune-In Tuesdays #9: Hazel by Roy Blair
- Mar. 6, 2019: Invest in Yourself by Nimrah
- Mar. 6, 2019:What in the World Wednesdays #10: Feeling the Bern and Leaving Neverland
- Mar. 6, 2019: Check out the Highlights from February on P³
- Mar. 7, 2019: Hiking Through Central Oregon
- Mar. 7, 2019: Workwear Essentials by Sarah Winton
Going forward, expect to see a slew of gardening guides and terrarium tutorials.
As the month progresses, keep an eye out for more articles about hiking, outdoor activities, the environment, and a special post about entomophagy, the practice of eating bugs.
Of course, you can count on routine installments of Tune-In Tuesdays and What in the World Wednesdays.
This Tuesday, The Burgundy Zine is happy to present an interview with the New Jersey-based punk-rock group, The Carousers.
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