Favorites from May? June? Honestly, it’s the beginning of the month, labeling this June seems a little optimistic. That said, here’s a run down of some of the things I’ve been loving lately from all across the board. Let’s get to it! Stuff To Play OVERW– just kidding, I’m broke as a joke and can’t get…
I was going to write a post about the beauty of summer and the changing of the seasons and blah blah blah. And then I found myself sitting in a shopping center parking lot, eating an entire Little Caesar’s pizza out of the box that was sitting in my passenger seat listening to Bastille ask me…
Getting your United States passport is super exciting, but it also sounds way more overwhelming than it actually is. So I’m walking you through the process step-by-step to know what to expect!
Freelancing is awesome…most of the time. Sometimes it’s not all it’s chalked up to be.
Why is January already over?! And what have I been up to over the past few weeks?! As it turns out, trying out some new stuff. And it’s been great.
Powerball, Powerball, Powerball. I couldn’t not talk about it. Let’s get rich.
Wrapping up the year with a nice pretty bow. Grab your headphones and your suitcase and let’s get ready to have an awesome 2016.
Because nothing says “this film is going to mess you up emotionally” like lightsabers and spaceships. (And yes, there are major spoilers.)
Pack your bags, Mandaland. 2016 is the year we’re going places.
Or, that time that we realized maybe giving all Starbucks partners access to Spotify might not be the best idea.
Last night, hunched over the world’s worst laptop, I watched a female character with hands covered in grease, hunched over something mechanical in a world that looked a lot like where the first story began.
I think it is important to look in the mirror, and it is important to look at ourselves through the camera’s lens. To see ourselves how others see us, or how others might see us, or how we might better see ourselves.
I want this blog to be bigger, and to be the best it can be, and I really want to pour 100% into my writing. With that in mind, I’ve decided to create a Patreon.
This show is great, as long as you can get past the fact that no one knows how to actually be on the show. Or spend money. At least they can cook?
I can’t really explain why I needed or wanted to “start over.” I just did. Sometimes it happens like that.