I want my blog to be a space to write about anything I'm interested in, purely because I'm interested in it. Sometimes I'm reflecting and expressing, and other times I'm interviewing and informing. Thank you for reading!

What I’m Reading: Love, Loss, and What We Ate by Padma Lakshmi

Sometimes memoirs speak to me more than a work of fiction because the writer is able to pull a similar sense of meaning out of their actual lives. The next time you come across a memoir, don’t be so quick to write it off as a boring biography. They typically read as easily, creatively and beautifully as novels. Especially if it’s by someone you’re already interested in, you’re likely to enjoy their memoir.

Gather & Game - Immersion Project

Molly’s aesthetic was Mardi Gras Halloween. She was like a Powerpuff girl, short and sweet and everything nice. Her attire consisted of layers of color. She wore black tights with a pink, glittery tutu of a skirt, a black t-shirt with a tan cardigan, which was also full of glitter. She accessorized herself with Mardi Gras beads, as well as pink and green bows in her short, faded, pink-dyed hair. Apparently, she got to dye it for Halloween, but it hadn’t washed out yet.