learning for funsies // why we should keep pursuing knowledge

Hey y'all! It is once again Tuesday, and the peddler of literary wares (aka me) has arrived with a satchel full of wonderful tidbits and odds n' ends. 🙂 We've got some good stuff today, loves! Earlier this week, one of my favorite YouTubers (Jack Edwards) posted on his Instagram story about how Harvard was … Continue reading learning for funsies // why we should keep pursuing knowledge

creed // a heart’s longing to be more and decision to be content with pressing on

Hey y'all! I don't know about you, but I tend to be overly critical of my projects. This could be my current novel (Mirage of Shards) or a song I'm working on; whatever it is, in the moments that I am not completely enamored by my stunning wit and intellect, I tend to beat myself … Continue reading creed // a heart’s longing to be more and decision to be content with pressing on

quarantine rituals // how I am staying productive during our lovely lockdown

Hey y'all! My school year is drawing to a close soon (thank goodness) and I have had more time to be productive! Honestly, this past week has been fantastic. I've been able to get so much done in normal hours of the day. I'm writing this at a normal hour (because i normally write these … Continue reading quarantine rituals // how I am staying productive during our lovely lockdown

paper and blood // hemingway's philosophy & my ideal writing mindset

Hey y'all! Hemingway is quoted to saying, "There is nothing to writing; all you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." For a while, I wasn't sure I agreed with this principle. After all, there is way more to writing than that, right? There has to be more... surely... However, my thoughts on … Continue reading paper and blood // hemingway's philosophy & my ideal writing mindset