Shudu Gram, The Black Virtual Model

Between humor and anime reels, Instagram occasionally serves me thought provoking reels. Yes, I realize there's a reason my algorithm acts like this. That's not the point. I wasn't hunting for Shudu Gram, but Abadesi discussion about her in a Hustle Crews reelĀ  grabbed attention. Before we get into it, feel free to watch the... Continue Reading →

So Close To Amazing by KariAnne Wood

At the beginning of the year, I was feeling creatively drained, which was making it hard to maintain my three post a week schedule. I decided to minimize my screentime and take out a variety of books to recharge. My family's weekly library trip is child focused. Typically, I search and put my books on... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Sunflowers

Sunflowers have three distinct colors; green, yellow, and brown. They remind me of the earth and the sun, because plants need the earth to take root and the sun to grow. Yes, water plays a role here, but this liquid is translucent. It's going to take on the pigment of the object it lands on.... Continue Reading →

I used to be terrified of Lynels. In my opinion, they are mid-level bosses scattered in different areas of the Hyrule. Terrain does not matter. They can handle different climates. If you don't mark their locations on your map, you stumble upon them unprepared to fight. Luckily they are large creatures with distinct weapons and... Continue Reading →

ATLA Sozin’s Comet Final Fights

After finding out about Avatar: The Last Airbender animated movie timeline, I decided to go back and watch some of the iconic fights. Yes, I have the entire series on DVD and Blu-ray. Plus, it's available on Netflix. Still, I wasn't in the mood to relieve the story. So, I went straight to YouTube to... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha: Summer Vacation

We were long overdue for Meme Mondays. With Summer Vacation right around the corner, it felt like a good time to share some Summer Memes with y'all. Summer bods are in progress. People are figuring out what kind of Summer Break they can afford. Many hope they can avoid their annual sun burn. Regardless of... Continue Reading →

Letterman Jackets Are Not Limited To Varsity Sports

When I think about letterman jackets, the first thing that comes to mind is the Cady Heron's Mathlete Varsity Letterman Jacket from Mean Girls, Tina Fey's film adaptation of Queen Bees and Wanna Bees. The jacket doesn't make it's iconic appearance till the end of the movie. To make up for almost ruining her teacher's... Continue Reading →

Decluttering Over A Decade Of Clothes

For the last three months, I've been sorting my clothes into keep, donate, trash, and sentimental piles. I did this for a few reasons. One, I hated feeling like I had nothing to wear. If you can't or don't want to wear half of what's in your closet, what's the point? Two, you're better of... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Blended Family

Some of you may realize that I love anime. I have a tendency to pull inspiration from unexpected places. So what wholesome anime brought about blended families? That would be Spy x Family. The Forger family ( which instantly makes me think forgery) is a lovely blended family of three.   A Spy, an Assassin, and... Continue Reading →

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