Addressing Consumerist Guilt

Photo by Isabel Cruz By Isabel Cruz I don’t think it’s controversial to say that Jeff Bezos is an evil, greedy capitalist. By now, I’m sure that this is common knowledge and if not, I’ll summarize the situation for you: the amount of money Jeff Bezos is worth defies the laws of ethics and Amazon…… Continue reading Addressing Consumerist Guilt

Fields

Photo by Greta Unetich By Greta Unetich The fields in the Finger Lakes are wide and lonely, far from people. But sometimes, something glitters in them like light on the water, like an almost-forgotten memory that is still warm to the touch like sunlight in September, a memory that is sometimes reminiscent of a distant…… Continue reading Fields

Easier Said Than Done

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Ash Fuentes Over the last year or so, trying to find the motivation to do anything has become increasingly difficult. Trying to enjoy myself while social distancing and having online everything feels pointless each passing hour. My eyesight is fading after staring at multiple different screens for hours on end…… Continue reading Easier Said Than Done

2021

Photo by Cait Thomson By Cait Thomson 2021 maybe this year i won’t resolve to      d        r          o             p the weight or to make myself d i  s   a   p   p   e  a    r or to make myself  small but instead love myself exactly how  i am on each  lucky new  morning

Most Anticipated Of 2021

Photo by Kleigh Balugo After a turbulent 2020, 2021 brought many hopes that this year will be better than the last. While there are obvious things to hope for such as recovery from COVID-19 and an improved presidency, here Kindergarten Mag contributors are presenting what we are most anticipating from pop culture in 2021. While…… Continue reading Most Anticipated Of 2021

Grieving For Who I Once Was

Photo by Lyra By Lyra Flickering in between life and death throughout my adolescent years, my childhood self has finally passed away.  My denial state of grief lasted quite a long time while in quarantine isolation. Remarks such as “You have to think about the future” or “I know how you feel” became monotonously nausea-inducing…… Continue reading Grieving For Who I Once Was

Keeping In Touch

Photo by Mina Stefanovic By Mina Stefanovic Given the current situation physical closeness might not be possible but showing someone you’re there for them even though you’re not physically close can mean a lot. The drawings are part of series about isolation and feeling lonely called Sitting&thinking, by the end of 2020 I started to…… Continue reading Keeping In Touch

More Or Less

Photo by Sophie Warrick By Sophie Warrick less hesitationyou hesitated to make a resolutions listand so looked up “alternatives to resolutions”resolutions seems too finalresolutions seem to never be resolvedresolutions seem dumbbut you can do a more or lesslista more or less listmore of this and less of thatmore of the things you likeless of the…… Continue reading More Or Less