Meme Mondays with Trisha : Vacation

For the last three weeks, I've asked you to think about things that are stunting your growth, communicating within your circle, and actively working towards your goals. It felt like it was time to decompress from all that with Monday Memes with Trish. We are laughing today. If your not in the mood, I'll take... Continue Reading →

Psych and PeacockTV

Psych is one of my all time favorite shows! Since the show ended in 2014, a few networks like USA air limited reruns. Even cable companies with On Demand features only gave viewers the option of watching shows that previously aired on other channels. Honestly, Psych isĀ  show that you can watch out of order,... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Face My Fears

During the week, I like to listen to podcasts. They don't require my full attention. Sometimes they are a source of inspiration. Since I'm late to the Tab & Chance parade, I like to listen to some of their older episodes. This particular Friday's with Tab & Chance made me stop reading The Montessori Method... Continue Reading →

The Weeknd Serenades

Crew Love by Drake was the first time I was entranced by The King of the Fall a.k.a. The Weeknd. It was 2012, his voice sounded passionate and vulnerable. It's hard not to sing along. Honestly, Crew Love felt more like a Drake feature to me. Similar to how Chris Brown basically takes over any... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Collaboration

A few weeks ago, Storyteller (Kid Time Story Time) recommend The Last Lecture. The book was like an autobiography full of life lessons by Professor Randy Pausch. He was a trailblazing subject matter expert of Computer Science with a focus in virtual worlds. He passed of liver cancer in 2008. There is footage of his... Continue Reading →

Crumbs from a Slice of Romance

I have a confession to make. I was bummed about Lore Olympus 4-month hiatus. I read the mid-season finale Christmas night. Most Lore Olympus fans will understand how I felt...Danie Sterling a.k.a. Whitherling helped soothe that heart ache. Melodramatic as it sounds, I didn't want to start a new-to-me Webtoon series that would tempt me... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha : I am

"I will and I am have two different meanings."Patricia, Magnify Your Style About four months ago, I had a conversation with Wendy Longoria, my holistic health coach, about my plans for Magnify Your Style. I kept saying I will blah blah blah. She let me know that will is future tense but it doesn't create... Continue Reading →

Music Transcends Language Barriers

I love watching and listening to anime opening songs. The animation paired with a moving score is beautiful to me. Even if the anime is dubbed,  the intro is usually sung in Japanese. I don't have a problem with this, because emotions go beyond language. If an American singer can't invoke the same emotion and... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha: Cool for the Summer

After a few weeks of motivational quotes, I felt like shifting the gears to memes. But what type of memes should I look for. At first, they were going to be beach bodies. Then, I randomly channeled Demi Lovato's Cool for the Summer. I'm not particularly in love with her song. I have it, because... Continue Reading →

Game On A Video Game History by Dustin Hansen

Don't let the word "history" stop you from picking up Game On! Video Game History from Pong and Pacman to Mario, Minecraft, and More by Dustin Hansen. This is not a collegiate style book. It's not a book you'll find in children's section either. It's a collection of industry changing games through out the decades.... Continue Reading →

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