Writing

Glamour & Goodbyes: March // Lots of Reading, Criminal Minds, and What to Do to Support AAPI

Hi, it's been a while. These last few months have been a bit of a whirlwind, and if you've been watching the news or social media you'll know about the injustices and hatred that are happening towards Asian Americans. This is my platform, and I find it so incredibly important to bring awareness to all… Continue reading Glamour & Goodbyes: March // Lots of Reading, Criminal Minds, and What to Do to Support AAPI

Bookish

It’s Women’s History Month, so Read these Books Written by Amazing Women

It's Women's History Month, so you better still not be only reading books written by men. Not that there's anything wrong with men, but if you're still reading only books made by men in 2021.. your reading preferences are definitely limited and you're missing out on so many good authors and stories. So today, I… Continue reading It’s Women’s History Month, so Read these Books Written by Amazing Women

Writing

Life Update: What I’ve Been Doing Instead of Blogging

If you haven't noticed, I've slipped away from the blogging world for a little while. And I hope that you haven't missed me too much!! I just needed a little bit of time to escape and focus on a world where I'm not writing blog posts. Now, I'm feeling happier and refreshed, and I am… Continue reading Life Update: What I’ve Been Doing Instead of Blogging

Blogging

THE MYSTERY BLOGGER AWARD // Book Recommendations, OTP’s, Accomplishments, and Pet Peeves

2021's off to a not so great start already... I was tagged to do this post by the amazing Jessica over at The Awkward Book Blogger.. in 2017. I think she tagged me on it again, which I thank her for, because I already feel so bad for taking so long to see it! This… Continue reading THE MYSTERY BLOGGER AWARD // Book Recommendations, OTP’s, Accomplishments, and Pet Peeves

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MY FIRST READ OF THE YEAR: The Boy Who Steals Houses // Messy & Beautiful Families, Caramel Brownie Waffles, and GLITTER.

WARNING: This book contains excessive and delicious amounts of food. When you do plan to read this book, I highly encourage you to read along with copious amounts of snacks and sweets, because the amount of food that goes on during this book will definitely have you walking towards your fridge once or twice. This… Continue reading MY FIRST READ OF THE YEAR: The Boy Who Steals Houses // Messy & Beautiful Families, Caramel Brownie Waffles, and GLITTER.

Discussion · Writing

a helpful guide on how to support black and BIPOC owned businesses in 2021

Happy New Year!!! 2020 might have been a bit of a whirlwind for everyone, one of them being business owners. So many businesses temporarily or permanently closed down due to the safety issues and not having enough business coming in to stay afloat. So although I can't really help all the businesses that were negatively… Continue reading a helpful guide on how to support black and BIPOC owned businesses in 2021

Lifestyle

My Favorite Things about December // Christmas, Visit to the Library, a Lot of Christmas Movies

December was... interesting and different than expected. The month felt like it went by pretty quickly, and it's been pretty odd because usually this is a month where the days feel like they're going by a second at a time. Usually, it feels constantly crammed with places to be and things to buy, and this… Continue reading My Favorite Things about December // Christmas, Visit to the Library, a Lot of Christmas Movies

Writing

The Grey’s Anatomy Book Tag (This is An Excuse to Talk about my Favorite Show)

For a person who watched 15 seasons of Grey's Anatomy in a highly concerning amount of time, I haven't talked about the show much on my blog?? Grey's Anatomy is about 80% of my entire personality, so it's only right that I finally dedicate a post to my never-ending obsession. And especially with season 17… Continue reading The Grey’s Anatomy Book Tag (This is An Excuse to Talk about my Favorite Show)