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September Favorites

September Favorites

And just like that, we say goodbye to September 2022…

Book Review: “Every Last Word” by Tamara Ireland Stone

Book Review: “Every Last Word” by Tamara Ireland Stone

This was bought on impulse based on online reviews. I got into it not knowing much about the book/without any hype. This review was weeks in the making. I finished this end of August, so my thoughts are not as fresh.

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Book Review: “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini

Book Review: “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini

One does not simply finish A Thousand Splendid Suns and immediately move on to the next book. An emotional review is in order.

My August 2022 Favorites

My August 2022 Favorites

Here’s the round-up of my favorites for the month of August.

I Dreamed About My Ex and Knew I Was on the Right Path to Healing

I Dreamed About My Ex and Knew I Was on the Right Path to Healing

I woke up from a vivid dream about my ex. In my dream, he was different. We felt different. I felt odd about it, then panicked that maybe something bad happened to him. That led me to stalk him online.

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Look Both Ways (2022) | Personal Movie Review

Look Both Ways (2022) | Personal Movie Review

I was getting bored with working with no music whatsoever. It felt deafening. I needed some sort of background noise to hear while thinking, so I thought of watching something light on Netflix. Though I didn’t want something too familiar, so I went with the 

Passport Renewal + Coffee Shop Lounge

Passport Renewal + Coffee Shop Lounge

My mother and I had our passports renewed, then I stayed in a coffee shop to work. But I couldn’t focus so I walked around the mall. My stomach was in knots, which led me to browse books instead of eating anything. Let me explain 

Rejection is a Redirection

Rejection is a Redirection

The main difference between

Being rejected, and
Passively waiting

is that, in the first one, you actually tried.

You actually did something.

You went so far into your venture to become rejected – and that is a good thing.

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