When my fiancé and I left Pennsylvania in our little blue bus called Gus, I deleted my Netflix account after over five years of loyal service. In the “cleaning house” of packing everything I own into the bus, I realized that I wasn’t really getting $10.79 of enjoyment out of Netflix every month. On top… Continue reading My Netflix DNF List
As Pride Month unfortunately draws to a close, I wanted to talk about LGBTQ+ classics. I love that we have more queer books releasing in YA of late, exploring the lesser-known and often erased identities like asexuality and non-binary/genderqueer. That being said, I think it’s important, as a queer OR allocishet reader, to take a… Continue reading #PrideMonth | My Top 10 LGBTQ+ Classics
I’ve been reading a ridiculous amount of mental health lit lately, but then again, I always have. I’m constantly seeking to have my experiences validated by seeing them reflected back elsewhere. Of course, the search to see yourself in the world doesn’t always go well. So I decided to make this post of my “Best… Continue reading My Best Picks: Mental Health Lit
I’ve seen a lot of great posts over the last couple days for International Women’s Day (March 8) and Women’s History Month. I love seeing bloggers highlight the powerful women out there fighting the good fight, as well as feminist writers we should all be reading. As I’ve been a little behind on reading this… Continue reading feminist reads: Happy (Belated) International Women’s Day!