Best Thing I Read Last Week

“It would be trite to say that all change is positive, because there are comforts in life which we cleave to and which we would miss if they ever went away. But the opportunity for renewal and a rethink of priorities should never be sniffed at. We have learned that introspection and self-criticism should, likeContinue reading “Best Thing I Read Last Week”

10 Things I Miss from Before

The smell of fresh cut grass and chlorine The sound of children laughing in the Summer sunset My body being squeezed, pressed and pushed against other bodies in a crowded parties Being able to see a cute boy smile at me Sneaking candy into the movies Souplantation Goosebumps at a concert My hands, touching everyContinue reading “10 Things I Miss from Before”

3 things

Inspired by endless lists of Top Three Hits, here are my personal most loved three things lately. Trader Joe’s Dried Mandarin Oranges Even with the Kourtney Kardashian endorsement I was skeptical that these could really be that delicious. I enjoy dried fruit but it’s not something I ever crave. However, these mandarin oranges are different. Trust meContinue reading “3 things”

At Eternity’s Gate: Film Review

This film depicts the last years of Vincent Van Gogh’s life, after his slight accumulance of a reputation in the Parisian city center. Willem Dafoe comes alive on screen, fully immersed in his role of the tortured artist. The devastating degradation of Van Gogh’s mental health is explored through intimate, distorted camera work. The off-kilterContinue reading “At Eternity’s Gate: Film Review”

Fashion Week in Quarantine

July 13th marked the beginning of Fall fashion week, setting off shows across Europe. However, this year coronavirus conditions have forced many designers to reimagine the ways they present and produce runway works of art. One of a limited few to proceed with a physical show, Jacquemus hosted a socially distanced fashion show in theContinue reading “Fashion Week in Quarantine”

Quick + easy comfort food

Whether it be the dead of winter, the middle of a ravenous workday or when presented with an unexpected dinner guest; it is important to have a reliable comfort food recipe on hand. Something requiring minimal preparation, ingredients, and dirty dishes but still produces spectacular results. A trick up your sleeve, a plan B inContinue reading “Quick + easy comfort food”

Best Thing I Read Last Week

“we’re feeling pretty speechless about the current state of things. Though, maybe speechless isn’t the best way to describe it. It might be that we feel ill-equipped to speak to something as large and complex as the systematic racism that this country was founded on and that we are complacent in. As we write this,Continue reading “Best Thing I Read Last Week”