Your high school graduation ceremony should be one of the most memorable and most exciting days of your life. You don your cap and gown, you wait for your name to be called, and you pick up your high school diploma after years of hard work and dedication. And while most people get to shake their principal's hand without a hitch, others haven't been quite so lucky. This was the case for 18-year-old Daverius Peters, a senior at Hahnville High School in Boutte, La. Luckily, his teacher stepped in.
While some may assume that Tik Tok is full of trivial videos, professionals from all walks of life have started to use it to spread a message. Yes, from doctors, firefighters, politicians, and even beekeepers, they all have something to say. And this is certainly the case for Erika Thompson, a professional beekeeper from Texas. Since starting a beekeeping account on Tik Tok, she has been able to educate people on bees and their importance in the world.
With each new day, more and more people are waking up and realizing the disastrous impact the human race is having on our planet. And with this new understanding, they're making changes that reduce their carbon footprint, put nature at the forefront of their decisions, and making sure their impact is as small as possible. For some, these changes are as small as using a reusable bag for groceries. For others, it's building a home that's completely sustainable. Just like this family.
Sometimes life can deal you with a tough deck of cards. Many people struggle through difficult times, and they often feel as though they'll stay at rock bottom for the rest of their days. However, it's important to remember that happier days are always on the horizon - even if it doesn't seem like it. And for one cancer survivor, happier days will be found outside of our orbit. That's because Hayley Arceneaux will become the youngest person to ever go into space.
Age is a strange concept. As you get older, the world expects you to leave excitement and new adventures behind. But is that really how we want to live our lives? It seems as though this grandfather is fighting back against this expectation. Instead, he's living by the notion that "age is just a number." In fact, at 70 years old he's now more active than ever and has broken the World Record to become the oldest person ever to row across the Atlantic Ocean.