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A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

I never knew I could start a love affair with a book series, but here we are, well into the honeymoon phase and I don't foresee the flame of our eternal love ever being extinguished. I didn't know a piece of my heart was missing until I was introduced to the characters in this book.… Continue reading A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

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A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

I've joined a cult. I never though it would happen. I didn't think I could ever love a book enough to quit my job, move to the middle of nowhere, and blindly follow orders given to me by a suspiciously charismatic leader. I read A Court of Thorns and Roses and am willing to lay down… Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

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Robin Hood

I had been looking forward to this movie for months and anyone who knows me knows that is a really long time for something to hold my attention. I love action. I love adventure. I love overthrowing a corrupt government. I just may love Robin Hood. Summary Shortly after meeting Marian, the (insta) love of Robin's… Continue reading Robin Hood

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Home Alone 1 and 2

Christmastime. One of my favorite times of the year. Though I don't care for sappy Hallmark Christmas movies, and Christmas books bore me, I'll admit to liking children's Christmas movies. I don't mean Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer or A Charlie Brown Christmas, but I love me some Elf, The Nightmare Before Christmas (which Henry Selick, the director of the movie,… Continue reading Home Alone 1 and 2

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I Swear I’m a Good Driver

Sixteen is a pivotal age in an American teenager's life. Hormones are raging, high school is killer, and though 16-year-olds aren't recognized as legal adults yet, they get to learn how to drive. I know a lot of you from outside of the United States may be thinking,"What? Sixteen is far too young for that… Continue reading I Swear I’m a Good Driver

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Happy Death Day

It's Halloween and I'm too old to dress up like a goblin and go door-to-door begging strangers for something I've undoubtedly had too much of already. I'm also not goth enough to spend the evening reading poetry in a graveyard. One thing I can do this evening is watch scary movies while wearing my beloved cat… Continue reading Happy Death Day

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Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

After taking roughly 3 months to finish my last book, I was in no mood to jump into another book for fear of the same amount of disappointment. I didn't want to embarrass myself on Goodreads by not being able to log my page progress. Lawd knows I need more motivation than shame to compel… Continue reading Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

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Someone Finally Asked Me About My Taste in Music

Music has the power to shift our moods. I have so many Spotify playlists that reflect this, it's not even funny. Usually when I'm sad, I want to wallow in my sadness and listen to sad music that makes me more sad. It's like the sad music understands me. But that's not what this tag… Continue reading Someone Finally Asked Me About My Taste in Music

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Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

After Six of Crows enchanted me with its entire existence, I couldn't wait for Crooked Kingdom, the other half of the duology. Six of Crows left me wanting more. I had questions, I needed answers, and I was so worried about the fate of one of my favorite characters. It took me a while to get through this… Continue reading Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

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Toxic Work Environment

First jobs usually happen in high school when you want some extra cash. First jobs are usually bullshit positions in which you take a lot of criticism from the man for doing work that you're only doing because you aren't qualified to do anything else yet. Lifegaurding, waitressing, flipping burgers. Ah, first jobs. When I… Continue reading Toxic Work Environment