I Forgot How Much I Love Meg Cabot

During a library run, I came across a novel called No Words. The beach setting caught my eye, but that's not why I checked out the book. Meg Cabot wrote it. I thought, "Why does her name ring a bell?" Turns out, Disney's film adaptation of Princess Diaries was my gateway to Meg Cabot's books.... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Shows to Watch on KevOnStage Studio Streaming Service

Updated: October 15, 2022 Kevin Fredericks aka KevOnStage is one of my favorite comedians. To be clear, I am not Stage Krew. Meaning, I'm not on Patreon. I don't go to shows or buy merch. I am a minimal effort fan. The like, share, and subscribe tribe. Free loader is the word that comes to... Continue Reading →

Lore Olympus Volume One

I love public libraries, because they make it possible to borrow new books. Last week, I was looking for Anonymous Noise, a manga. During my search, I found Lore Olympus: Volume One! The Webtoon phenomenon is available at several locations and websites, because Penguin Random House is Rachel Smythe's publisher. Sadly, I did not get... Continue Reading →

Sabra Dark Chocolate Dip is Delicious

Have you wanted to try a new food, but it's never in stock? Sabra Dark Chocolate Dip and I tangoed for about a year. During a Walmart run, my husband found it! I grabbed an eight ounce tub of chocolate flavored hummus and tossed it in the cart. By the way, hummus is dip made... Continue Reading →

Is Animal Crossing a Great Game

Recently, I came across Marissa Balti's book, Animal Crossing: a Great Game. It was written for young readers (Children that don't require illustrations to help them follow a story). Aren't we all kids at heart?Truthfully, it's a quick read for an adult. Yet, Animal Crossing: a Great Game reminded me of a history book. The... Continue Reading →

Skip the Drive Thru and Brew Dunkin’ Coffee at Home

Dunkin' coffee is my daily splurge. To keep my vice budget friendly, I use the K-Cup single brew side of my Hamiltion Beach FlexBrew. I am not a barista, but my coffee order is simple. There is no point in paying someone else to brew bold coffee for me. My simple order is not the... Continue Reading →

Fluffernutter Cookies, First Attempt…

It's another day of starring at the pantry wondering, "What can I bake in here?" I noticed a bag of mini marshmellows. So, I searched for marshmellow cookie recipes. The search yielded a lot of chocolate and marshmellow cookies. Sadly, I only had Hershey Cocoa Powder. Feeling defeated, I resumed my search. Surprisingly, I found... Continue Reading →

Soothing Cooking by Imamu Room

Shoutout to YouTube promoting Imamu Room's Week of Husbento Boxes on my feed. This probably happened, because I am interested in learning how to make japanese cuisine. Part of this comes from a desire to reduce takeout cost in my families budget. Plus, food looks so cute and delicious in anime. [Side Note: Kakuriyo: Bed... Continue Reading →

Pioneer Woman is Taking Over My Kitchen

Ree Drummond is one of my favorite Food Network stars. I started watching her in 2013. At first, I only watched Food Network Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Occasionally, I watched the history of different foods. One Saturday morning, I was up early and Ree was on. She was working on recipes you could make now... Continue Reading →

From Pocket Camp to Animal Crossing New Horizons back to Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing is one of my favorite Nintendo game series. When I was a preteen, one of the kids I babysat introduced me to the game. He had a GameCube and I was saving to buy my own. At that point, I saw a few trailers for the game. The marketing scheme at that time... Continue Reading →

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