"You do this the most when you aren't supposed to, especially when you don't have it and regret it when you need it the most, then turn around and do it again." *Jeopardy music plays mechanically in the background* "What is spending money?" CORRECT! The answer is spending money and that's exactly what we're going … Continue reading Window Shopping w/ UncommonGoods*
Major-Shaming (n.) – a social stigma placed on individuals in a collegiate setting for dedicating themselves to a field of study that may reduce socioeconomic mobility. – i.e. – "Stressed? you're a(n) _______ major you don't know what stress it." "What do you mean you're tired? You're a(n) ________ major, you don't do anything to be … Continue reading “Major-Shaming” A Concept
I want to do a quick PSA for those of you who've realized – by the title of this post exactly where this is going. So PSA: If you're a SUPERNATURAL fan and you haven't seen the 2-part season 12 finale: Please, I love you, do not deprive yourself any longer of the Sam, Dean, Crowley, … Continue reading The Road So Far….
"Consistency is contrary to nature, contrary to life. The only completely consistent people are the dead." – Aldous Huxley, Do What You Will: Twelve Essays Hello, Sunshines! So, what it's been like maybe two or three years? Months...I definitely meant months, but to be fair in the world of writing a three-month absence actually does … Continue reading Consistency is key?
Being that it's Christmas Eve and very few people seem to be in the spirit this year, including myself, I thought I'd put together a quick list of Christmas movies for the family both traditional and otherwise to maybe spark a teeny tiny bit of Christmas cheer. Enjoy! Snowglobe (2007) A Walk to Remember (2002) … Continue reading A Merry Movie Christmas
Why does the thought of attending community college still leave such a bad taste in everyone's mouth? I think we can all agree that the academic seriousness of community colleges today compared to years before has shown quite the improvement, and if you wanted you could also say it's on the same level as a … Continue reading The “Community College” Conundrum