Before you ask, I am not talking about global warming. But moving on from that, it’s been over three months since I have posted my thoughts on websites dedicated to trashing online gurus and other Internet influencers. If you haven’t read that post yet, I highly recommend you do so to gain some context on … More Part 2 of Guru Gossip, Confessions, and Other “Trash” Sites: Has the Climate Changed?
There is a thrill in discovery. Learning something new that gives you instant or gradual gratification feels absolutely incredible–no denying about that! A few examples? Finding out that you love surfing, you’re an amazing cook, or even entering a new relationship where the partner treats you like a million bucks. Of course, there are several … More Nothing is Life, but Everything is a Part of Life
Right now at this moment, I turn twenty years-old. Wow, I would have lived two entire decades! It feels unreal to be this far in my lifetime, even though life lives on and on, both in the world above and the afterlife. Given that I’ll be celebrating the ish out of my birthday today, I’ve … More Twenty Truths About Myself For My 20th Birthday
Hi, Friday Friend Features! It’s been a hot minute. Welcome back–it’s so amazing to have you back as a regular part of my blog! Happy December, everybody! Yes, I know I have not published a Friday Friend Features post in forever, and I am really glad to be getting back into the swing of it … More Friday Friend Features: Linda of The Fitty
To The Bone was a movie I put off for quite a long time since its release date. By its debut, controversy soared among viewers and large platforms that had a significant voice in the media. Whether praised for its candidness or torn apart for its triggering content, it seemed as if most people either … More To The Bone Review (no spoilers)
On the scale of Satan’s earwax to the ice cream of the Gods, how would I rate my… Physical appearance? Japanese sweet potatoes dusted with cinnamon. It’s warm, internally energizing, comforting, aromatic, and healthy, but it’s not for everybody. Or alternatively, it could be seitan beef. Not the real deal (as if it has to … More On the Scale of Satan’s Earwax to the Ice Cream of the Gods…
Even though it is quite well past a year of my vegan lifestyle, I still think that my experience with veganism for a whole year has taught me far beyond my expectations. On top of that, my discoveries of both the highs and lows of veganism have made my journey that more exciting and insightful. … More One Year as a Vegan: Pros & Cons, What I’ve Learned + My Advice