Red, White, and Blue Holiday Clarification

Does it seem like Summer Federal Holidays exist for Paid Time Off (PTO), sales, and barbeques?In my opinion it looks like people are trying to get the most out of their red, white, and blue party essentials. Considering the history behind some of these holidays, the celebratory nature can be off putting. It would be... Continue Reading →

Home Brewed Sweet Tea Attempt

Lately, I've had a craving for Sweet Tea. Since my tolerance for carbonated drinks has gone down, I've started ordering Sweet Tea for take-out nights. I get a bit of caffeine without the repercussions that comes with iced coffee. A couple of years ago, I used to get Lipton Cold Brew Sweet Tea Bags. Like... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Legend of Zelda

Initially, I was hunting for a seasonal topic, that I haven't featured yet. This rigid mindset was making it difficult to curate this week's Motivational Monday. I found insperation in an unexpected place. You see, Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is out. There's plenty of gameplay footage out there. It made me think... Continue Reading →

Random Thoughts : Toy Story 3

Children have a tendency of rewatching their favorite movies or shows like they've never wayched it before. Because of that, parents start noticing little details. Sometimes we talk about it amongst ourselves. That's probably why writers throw in some adult jokes. Since it's Trisha's Go In Fridays, I decided to share the random thoughts and... Continue Reading →

5 Animes I Watched Over A Decade Ago

I few months ago, I decided to subscribe to Funimation. At the time, I thought that Crunchyroll was being merged into Funimation. Not the other way around. When I couldn't find Spy x Family, I suspected something was wrong. After some digging, I realized that Funimation is the one losing it's platform. Not Crunchyroll. Since... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Graduation

Have you noticed people walking around in caps and gowns? If you haven't it's only a matter of time. Students that adhere to the Fall Thru Spring school schedule typically complete graduation requirements between May and June. Since we're about halfway through May, I wanted to address this moment. Regardless of age, students are closing... Continue Reading →

The Good and Bad Of Daily Pass for New Webtoon Series

When Webtoon initially offered fast pass, I thought this was a great way to support creators. Also, I was only fast passing a handful of Webtoon Originals. So, a few hundred coins went a long way. Last year, select series episodes cost went from 5 Coins to 7 Coins. This happened without warning. There were... Continue Reading →

Saga Volume One: A First Impression

To be honest, I was searching for more graphic novels at my library. I read a lot of romance, drama, and fantasy webcomics. Although Libby is a great source for manga, I wanted to read more print comics. It turns out finding manga by subject isn't easy. When it comes to online library catalogues, your... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Growth

Summer is quickly approaching. It's too early to harvest the seeds we planted back in January, but is a time of growth. Even if our intentions took root in Spring, we should begin to see noticable growth. Change doesn't happen overnight, but we change little by little everyday. Let's embrace the growth we've worked so... Continue Reading →

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8

Was there a show that you were probably too young to watch growing up? For me, it was Buffy The Vampire Slayer. If you haven't heard of her, this quote should get you up to speed. "In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires the demons and the... Continue Reading →

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