I did this last year. It's the start of a tradition, I guess. Getting older and feeling homesick feel like the same thing. On that note, you’re never not going to feel homesick. Sleeping outside on the ground is not your thing. But on the flip side, washing your hair in a lake in the Grand … Continue reading What I learned in 2018.
I am desperate to like whiskey because I have a (probably) false sense that whiskey-drinkers never take shit from anyone. I am barely able to choke the stuff down. Maybe it is because I am soft, or at least, I have been told as such. When I kindly asked for some of the mini bottles … Continue reading Whiskey, Soft
Brief Synopsis: The Accident Season rolls around every October, wreaking havoc on the Morrris’s, a family living in a small town in Ireland. Mostly, it just causes bumps and bruises, but sometimes it’s worse — like the Accident Season when Cara’s father died. According to Cara’s friend Bea and her tarot cards, this season does … Continue reading Review | THE ACCIDENT SEASON by Moïra Fowley-Doyle
I know I've been absent for quite some time, with and without reason. There have been so many times I've wished to come to my computer and sit down to write something that might mean something to someone somewhere maybe, but whenever I would do so, words failed. Actually, until recently, I felt creatively blocked … Continue reading Hi. Hey. How are ya.
I think the title explains it all. "Somebody Else" by The 1975 "Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby" by Cigarettes After Sex "Smoking Section" by St. Vincent "Corners of the Earth" by ODESZA "It's Only" by ODESZA "oh baby" by LCD Soundsystem "Don't Worry Baby" by The Beach Boys "Timshel" by Mumford & Sons "Radio" by … Continue reading Songs I like to listen to on repeat because they make me feel gloomy in a good way
Shall we start this post off with some disclaimers? Let's do. Disclaimer #1: I have never had anything published, and therefore, have no advice to give on how to get your writing published. I am simply someone who writes often and studied English in college; therefore, I have unlimited experience with writer's block and getting … Continue reading Some Tips for Escaping the Dreaded Writer’s Block
It's experiment time! I wanted to see if I liked making videos so I tried it once. Who knows if it will happen again. (Though I think such things as hauls are more interesting in the video format). So here goes nothing --- https://youtu.be/gvQNv2wdTWk
I love my hometown. So much. I like living here and I like my friends here, and overall it's a really f*cking great city. One problem, though: I simply do not feel artistically fulfilled here. This is what lies at the root of my homesickness -- loving home and always wanting to be there and … Continue reading The Problem with Home
To Whom It May Concern, I did not really know how to address this letter considering I was given absolutely no indication of who would be reading these applications at your company. All the websites I've looked at tell me to find the name of the person who hires people, but if you didn't provide … Continue reading An Honest Cover Letter
Normally, I am not one for bashing books. But looking through all of my reviews on here, I have never reviewed a book I did not like. So you might be thinking that I love everything I read, which is not always the case. But please note that the opinions expressed in this post are fully my … Continue reading READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline | Review