Book thoughts

Who Is Allowed To Experience Trauma?

An important conversation happening more prominently today is the one about mental health and May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It’s no longer a belief of a divide between the crazy people and the normal people. I wonder how different the world would be if so many hurt people treated their mental health as well… Continue reading Who Is Allowed To Experience Trauma?


Battle: Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy, Rich Asians was so good! I thoroughly enjoyed both the book (well, the first one at least) and the movie. But this is a battle and there can only be one person to make it out alive, well at least one winner. For those who haven’t dabbled in the world of these rich Asians,… Continue reading Battle: Crazy Rich Asians


Essay collections so funny, you’ll (almost) forget you’re stuck in the house

Lol at how I’m supposed to technically be “at work” right now but trying to work from home during a global pandemic is hard. So, I have decided to write about funny book recommendations because we all could use some humor in our lives right now. Just don’t snitch when my task tracker says that… Continue reading Essay collections so funny, you’ll (almost) forget you’re stuck in the house

Book thoughts

DuBois and Virtual Reality

I like video games. I wouldn’t say I like video games as much as normal people who like video games, but I like them more than people who don’t like video games. They’re cool. I like playing (although I’m not very good) and watching other people play sometimes. Virtual reality is a whole other ball… Continue reading DuBois and Virtual Reality


Battle: Mrs. Fletcher

I know my last (first) battle post was about The Leftovers, but I’m coming back at y’all with another Tom Perotta: Mrs. Fletcher. Before continuing, I want to warn you of spoilers ahead, for both the book and the show. I know I usually hate giving spoilers, but most of my pros and cons are… Continue reading Battle: Mrs. Fletcher

A Lil Extra

Samuel L. Jackson made my chest less tight

I never thought staying inside and doing nothing would cause me to feel so much pressure. I love being home. I’m a Cancer sun and an introvert, so I love being home. I get so disappointed when I have a weekend go by and there isn’t at least one day where I don’t leave my… Continue reading Samuel L. Jackson made my chest less tight


Books to Dismantle the Patriarchy

During these times of social distancing, I wanted to share some book recommendations you can read/listen to during your time spent at home. Let me know if you have read any of the books and we can start a virtual book club among strangers! Kicking off Sexual Assault Awareness Month, I want to give you… Continue reading Books to Dismantle the Patriarchy