Kaitlyn Luckow


July & August Reading Wrap Up

Review of all of the books I read in July and August!

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Democratic Candidates 2020: Proposed and Past Policies

Looking at the past policy history and current policy proposals of Democratic candidates for the 2020 election.

I have taken the current top 6 democratic nominees: Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Beto O’Rourke, and Pete Buttigieg.

I researched their political backgrounds and proposals for the future for weeks on 7 key issues that are important to American voters: women’s rights, environment, immigration, race & justice, gun control, healthcare, and international relations.

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Cover Letter Tips & Template

Cover letters are terrifying because you’re giving one document the power to determine your future and in that document, you have to tell your whole life story. No pressure.

Honestly though, it’s okay. You’ve got this. Here are some tips that you should consider when writing your cover letters.

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Public Speaking Tips: Get Rid of Your Nerves and Master Your Stage

After years of teaching, doing presentations, and making speeches, I’ve discovered ways to not only be comfortable with public speaking, but to actually enjoy doing it.

I wanted to share with you some tricks that have worked for me and have helped me calm my nerves and boost my confidence in order to master my stage and engage my audience.

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Girl, It’s Okay To Be Dirty: A Look At Toxic Self-Help

Self-Help has been taking over our media: from Instagram to books, messages of self-help and a “can-do” attitude are everywhere.

I recently sat down to finally read Girl Wash Your Face by motivational speaker, Rachel Hollis (I know, I’m probably the last person to read it). 

I was looking forward to some real talk and honest messages about increasing your self-love. However, what I found was a book full of toxic self-help messages—messages that I sadly see all of the time. 

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