So, January is over and with it ends Bloganuary. I have never really participated in one of these challenges before, and I, admittedly, am still unsure if my attempts can count as participation as I did not complete nor attempt … Continue reading Did the Thing; Now, What?
The negatives of procrastinating are pretty obvious. You lose time, and with that potentially other resources, to work on or create something. The longer you hold off on actually progressing, the longer it will all take to actually get done. … Continue reading Procrastination: What is it Good For?
Growing up as the child of immigrants, I have always had a level of bilingualism simply from the necessity of having to perform well in the American public school system and wanting to communicate with my parents and extended family. … Continue reading Language and True Understanding
One of my favorite weeks of the year was Scholastic Book Fair week at school. The teachers and staff enjoyed an hour or so of free time from lessons, and the students, mostly, liked not having to be in a … Continue reading Dream Profession
I cannot recall the exact moment I read Good Omens, but I do recall falling in love with the book. There was just something about the world building and character development and humor and, for lack of a better term, … Continue reading Favorite Authors
Hey, another prompt that doesn’t quite work with my site’s intention or purpose, but I will, again, try to finagle a genuine response for… What I find most irritating concerning my current living situation is the intentional and unintentional limits … Continue reading The Irritation of Limitation
This is probably the first prompt (that I am actually attempting) that I am struggling with how to relate back to media analysis and appreciation. So, it took awhile, but I think I may have found a way… I am … Continue reading Favorite Food…?
I have moved a few times in my lifetime. The usual reasons (school, work, etc.) are to blame for these movements and with each shift I, like most people, have gone through various kitchen items, clothing, furniture, and so on. … Continue reading Scent of a Book
Cannot recall where I first heard it, but there is an uncomfortable and persistent truth in “everyone hates writing but loves having something written.” Now, while there are exceptions to this adage as there are people that truly enjoy the … Continue reading Challenging Chore
Unsurprisingly, books and stories have been a constant in my life. They were a means of escape and adventure and knowledge, and to a child who was told and instructed in strict, specific beliefs, this miracle of change and wonder … Continue reading Right Book at Right Time