Does it feel like January lasted forever to anyone else? Even though I didn't set a reading goal for 2019 I still wanted to read more and rekindle the part of me that got lost in books when I was younger. I read a good amount of books in January that I wanted to share… Continue reading What I Read in January
Recently, I saw a DKDKTV video in my feed that grabbed my attention. It was called "BTS is Low Quality Music". Of course, I couldn't scroll on by after that. I had to see what this was about. The video was an answer to Parkgaedae's video "BTS is McDonald's" (which he has since deleted). His… Continue reading Is BTS Low Quality Music?
My brother hasn't always known what to get me for Christmas. We're 15 years apart and we don't live in the same house anymore so we honestly don't know each other that well. The best example of this disconnect was an Elmo backpack when I was at least 5 years removed from being into Elmo,… Continue reading Faux Fur + Perfect Presents
I was pacing the shelves in my library a few weeks ago, ecstatic to find myself completely alone in the YA section, when I stumbled upon Down and Across. I'd seen this book on a list of YA books by authors of color, and now it's blue-green spine was staring back at me. I decided… Continue reading Down and Across by Arvin Ahmad
You know a restaurant is a hit when you drive to a whole 'nother city just to eat there again. Originally, we went to Chopstix because my sister was craving bubble tea. But at Chopstix we got so much more than just boba. When we first walked in, the cutest fish tank stood by the… Continue reading Pho, Boba + Kpop Debates
My college friend (omg I have one of those now) recently had a birthday so our family and her family traveled to Atlanta to celebrate her birthday with her. We ate good food, broke a few rules, and had an all around great time, all in less than 24 hours. It started with a trip… Continue reading ATL in 24 Hours: Dumplings & SCAD Shenanigans
A few months ago, Cait from Paper Fury wrote a blog post that I thoroughly enjoyed reading. She examined 10 bookworm stereotypes and noted whether she identified with them. I was inspired to do the same thing, so let's see how stereotypical I really am! 1. BOOKWORMS WEAR GLASSES. True, I do wear glasses, all… Continue reading Am I a Stereotypical Bookworm?