The opposite of death is not life, I don’t think–it is wonder. My grandpa’s words “I don’t want to die” reverberated until they did not. Continue reading Existential Threats & Good Books | 2022 in Review
I owe it to myself to write, I often think to myself. Irrespective of what it is that I’m writing, writing seems to be the tool that enables me to be in touch with the best version of myself. Continue reading Plums & Society & Fall Reads | November 2022
Perhaps I’ll soon have the capacity to see the silver lining in my experiences that marked the month of March; for now, I certainly know that March has emphasized the importance of good friends and books, as well as cats of course, yet once again. Continue reading A Season of Rest & Chaos | February-March 2021
Despite everything, 2020 has been an exciting year that introduced us to wonderful new writers who will possibly be remembered as the greatest writers of our times. Continue reading The Strangest Year of Our Generation|2020 in Review
As I move on to a new month, I also remember all the things that brought some sunshine to my days such as my brilliant students, my cats, family/friends who were there for me when I needed them, and of course, the interesting books and posts that I got to read in the past two months. Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up | September & October 2020
In the midst of chaos, I wasn’t able to write as much as I wanted in August, but we are coming back full force. Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up | August 2020
As a professional who reads and writes for a living, not sticking with my reading goals used to bother me. A lot. Sort of like leaving a book unread or not finishing a book, you know? I’m sure you know (especially if you’re a bookworm). But as I transition into my new life, I’m learning to find joy in leaving a book unfinished. Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up | July 2020
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