Today I am going to try something different with you all, I’m going to tell you a story. And I promise, it has a point in the end and it’s also a really funny memory that I’m never going to live down— so why not throw it out into the open now, right? Ready? Here…Read more Storytime!
As much as I hate to say it, I haven't had much time to read this past month. After going through two books in April and watching the time go by, somehow it's already week three of May and well, welcome to another Bookworms post. I've got one of my favorite books for you. I…Read more The Perks of Being A Bibliophile
Today, I’ve got something new to share with you all— not a poem, but a story about… Well, other stories. This week I had the privilege of participating in a senior project that I was so lucky to be a part of and now, you can be a small part of it too. Welcome to…Read more Exploring the Unknown– The Human Library
Last week I told you all I had a post planned, but I moved it to this week due to some new circumstances... Well it’s next week isn’t it?! So here we go. We are now in the second week of May, what I like to remember as Mental Health Awareness Month and also Asian/Pacific…Read more A Quick Reminder on Mental Health
Happy Poetry Place day! Sorry again for missing the last one due to technical difficulties, if you want to know the poem I was going to share with you, take a look at Tyler Ford’s “Too Much” here. In my AP Lit class senior year, we had a poetry unit where we wrote one poem…Read more Poetry in Modern Antiquity
Welcome back to another Friday, you made it through another week! For me, these weeks have been slow, rough, and draining— today I wanted to remind everyone to take a few steps back from life for a moment, to rest and recharge with me. But something more important has come up and I have to…Read more Challenging the Status Quo: Learning to Unlearn