Torture Devices

School has started and with that come the torture devices known as school supplies. We have to stuff all of them into our book bag and then our teachers expect as to be able to fish one specific thing out of a sea of miscellaneous things. The struggle is very, very real. Unfortunately, I’ve been... Continue Reading →

4 Steps To: Abs

Keeping your body healthy and in shape is extremely important, but sadly, change to your body doesn’t come overnight. It’s tedious, tiring, and gradual, but can be broken up into multiple parts to make it a little easier. This ‘ 4 Steps To’ series is going to be broken into 3 parts, and this is... Continue Reading →

Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes is irrefutably one of the most iconic characters in literature along with his equally famous sidekick Watson. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote four novels and 56 short stories all surrounding those beloved characters. Now, obviously reviewing everything Sir Doyle wrote would be extremely tedious and most likely extremely boring for you to read,... Continue Reading →

I like to read. A lot.

I am an absolute bookworm. When I was younger and had hours of time to spare, I would read 2-3 large books (at least two- three hundred pages) every week. I read so much that there was actually a year when I was about 10 years old that I had trouble finding things to read... Continue Reading →

Miss.Organized (That’s Me)

There are a lot of things I can’t do. For example, I can’t hit a ball or make a hoop to save my life. But, time management and organization are two things I excel in. My mom and I are the people in my family that keep everything running because my dad is one of... Continue Reading →

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