Thoughts on Minimalism

Minimalism seems to be one of the latest buzzwords. There are documentaries and books coming out explaining trying to convince you to join the bandwagon. There are more blogs than you have time to read and YouTube videos that you have time to watch where people talk about the lifestyle. Some of these minimalists in the media… Continue reading Thoughts on Minimalism

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SUMMER TWENTY-SEVENTEEN

It's finally here. So I may have abandoned this blog during the semester. But now my freshman year is over, I've got lots of time on my hands, and I'm ready to get going with lots of new content! This past year, I have learned some valuable lessons about life and the world we live… Continue reading SUMMER TWENTY-SEVENTEEN

Review: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

If you found out you only have a few more years to live, how would you spend your remaining days? Would you quit your job and halt your career completely? Would you take up a hobby, maybe the one thing you've always wanted to try? Would you just try to spend as much time with… Continue reading Review: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Review: Lion (2016)

A few words of advice: if you're going to watch this movie, bring along some tissues, because you're about to go on an emotional rollercoaster. Lion stars Dev Patel and accounts the true story written in Saroo Bierley's memoir A Long Way Home. It's about a 5-year-old boy named Saroo who gets lost over a thousand kilometers… Continue reading Review: Lion (2016)

How I Daily Journal using the Day One App

As I was growing up, I was always interested in keeping a journal to document my life. I tried several times to get into journaling. I still have those journals where I wrote somewhere between five and fifteen entries before either forgetting or losing interest. Never had I been able to journal consistently despite how much… Continue reading How I Daily Journal using the Day One App

Review: The Circle by Dave Eggers

As it is winter break and I'm between semesters of classes, I have had quite a bit of free time on my hands. I love reading fiction books for fun, but during the semester I'm usually too swamped with homework and social activities to make time for it. I just finished The Circle by Dave Eggers,… Continue reading Review: The Circle by Dave Eggers