Eight Reasons Why You Should Watch The Crown

Hello hello everyone! What’s this word called consistency you speak of? I’VE NO IDEA. School started up and has been kicking me about, which is honestly ironic because this is probably my easiest semester. Yikes. Anyhow, my family started to watch The Crown, a Netflix original that came out recently about Queen Elizabeth II! And ohmygoodness, it is SO GOOD.  (It’s nice to think about another … Continue reading Eight Reasons Why You Should Watch The Crown

the ice does not forgive | a playlist for Six of Crows

hello hello all! Right now I’m in the middle of Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo- and oh my goodness, I am loving it SO MUCH. Fantasy heist books are my new favorite thing, and I was in a very music-y mood, so that equals A NEW PLAYLIST. I forgot how much I love making playlists for books. (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ “The water hears and understands. The ice does not … Continue reading the ice does not forgive | a playlist for Six of Crows

Finding Your People + More Random Stuff From School | per usual, I ramble

Hello hello hello! I am here, today, to bring you more random flailings, most notably about friendship, the weirdness of high schools, and other random stuff that has happened in the (nearly) two weeks since I have begun freshman year. There’s a lot. TO BEGIN: I know that public school, most specifically high school, is notoriously weird as all get out. For someone reason I, … Continue reading Finding Your People + More Random Stuff From School | per usual, I ramble

A Review of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child | I really don’t know what I just read

Hello, bloggy friends. I have just finished Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Yes, that one. That script of that play that everybody and their mother has been screaming about for weeks, for months, the one that had midnight release parties and the entire Harry Potter fandom coming back- not like they ever left, really- full blown. The thing that JKR said she wasn’t really … Continue reading A Review of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child | I really don’t know what I just read

The Les Mis Book Tag + The Hamilton Book Tag | more tags? yes!

Hello lovelies! A (slightly long and noticeable) while ago, Eve tagged me in a tag she had made- The Les Mis Book Tag! Basically I internally screamed a lot because the love of my life that is Les Misérables + MORE BOOKS. (Thank you Eve! ❤ ) And then Holly (also a quite long time ago, oops) tagged me in the Hamilton Book Tag, which … Continue reading The Les Mis Book Tag + The Hamilton Book Tag | more tags? yes!

DIY Origami Lucky Stars Chain | a crafty tutorial!

Hi hi hi! I had the idea for making this yesterday, and instantly got about to doing it! I also remembered to take some photos so I could share the idea with y’all- and oh my goodness, a chain of origami stars is really cute, ahhh! Hope you enjoy! YOU WILL NEED: -origami paper -scissors -white/any other color thread (or something like it) -a needle … Continue reading DIY Origami Lucky Stars Chain | a crafty tutorial!

A Check-Up On My 2016 Goals | in which I’ve completed absolutely nothing *maniacal laughter*

HELLO HELLO HELLO! Do you know what I do every single year? I make a set of goals, with the idea to actually look at them throughout the year and see how I’m doing! And do you know what I also do every year? I COMPLETELY FORGET I MADE THEM. I’ll be looking through my old blog posts, stumble upon my 2016 Goals, and go, … Continue reading A Check-Up On My 2016 Goals | in which I’ve completed absolutely nothing *maniacal laughter*

Why Friendship is Infinitely Greater Than Romance in YA

Hello hello all! Although every blogger and their mother has written a blog post on this/mentioned it/screamed about it in comments, I thought that I would tackle it as well! It has become very evident to all us bookish nerds that practically every YA book- especially contemporary YA- contains romance and insta-love and teens who apparently have found their “”soulmate””. And honestly, it’s kind of awful. … Continue reading Why Friendship is Infinitely Greater Than Romance in YA