I am an addict. Now, before you start panicking and recommending rehab centers, let me clear things up a little. I am addicted to junk food. And the internet, but that’s something for another time. So let’s start at the beginning and let me explain myself. Ever since I can remember things, I never actually…… Continue reading Greed
Photo by Joseph Chan on Unsplash Wake up. Check the clock. Okay, I still have a couple of hours of sleep left. Fall back asleep. … Wake up. Check the clock. Damn it, why do I keep waking up a few minutes before the alarm?! Desperately try to fall back asleep for just a few more minutes. No…… Continue reading 5am rush.
Photo by Edu Lauton on Unsplash So what if my life means nothing in the greater aspect of the universe. My life is the biggest thing I’ll do with my existence. And whatever I end up doing isn’t meaningless. It’s the most meaningful thing I’ll end up doing. I can’t lose time thinking about the…… Continue reading Optimistic Nihilism
Photo: Kelly Jean Another post that’s a little late, but not as much as the last one. December is here, and as I was looking back on 2017, I decided to make a short list of all the things I’m grateful for this year. Coffee. I started drinking coffee again in 2017, after spending…… Continue reading 18 Things I’m Grateful For This Year
I’m afraid I may be late to the party with this one, but I wanted to share my thoughts. Sexual assault has been a prevalent topic in the news lately. And in opinion articles. So here’s my two cents on this issue, shared in front of the world. Note: These opinions are subject to change…… Continue reading My Two Cents on Sexual Misconduct
Warning: Spoilers ahead! After thoroughly enjoying both Parks and Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, at the suggestion of Lex Croucher in her latest Favourites video, I decided to binge watch The Good Place. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfBgT5djaQw&t=25s And let me tell you, it was incredible. I finished it just after it headed into its hiatus, so right on time…… Continue reading The Good Place – Review
I read The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting by Holly Bourne because, even though I’m in my early twenties, I still felt similarly to the protagonist – boring. And now, here I am, much like Bree herself, a wannabe author with a brand new blog. The difference between us is that I don’t really…… Continue reading The Manifesto On How To Be Interesting – Holly Bourne – Review