Stop What You’re Doing and Go Read “The Turn of the Key” by Ruth Ware

I'm writing this book review fresh from reading. I mean quite literally I put the book down about 7 minutes ago, sat in shock and awe for a good five and then ran to my computer, my fingers already tingling about the magical things I NEEDED to tell anyone who would listen. "The Turn of… Continue reading Stop What You’re Doing and Go Read “The Turn of the Key” by Ruth Ware

19 Random Facts to Help With Boredom

Since we're all in the house bored (or you should be unless you're a selfish human being), here's 19 random facts I've found in my free time. I thought I'd share. Cheers. Some woman made her wedding veil the length of 63 football fields. I can't make this up. 2. The hashtag symbol is actually… Continue reading 19 Random Facts to Help With Boredom

Real Thoughts About the Coronavirus Situation

Well to be quite frank dear readers: This whole situation sucks. And I mean sucks big time. So I've decided to write this post because people, and especially people my age, tend to push our emotions deep down inside because that's what society says to do. And you know what? That's bullshit. So as a… Continue reading Real Thoughts About the Coronavirus Situation

It Couldn’t Be Me: Episode One : Yes, a BSU Professor Called the Cops on a Black Student

Heyoo! I literally disappeared off the face of the planet, I know, I'm sorry. But I have a special guest to make up for it: Kyle! He's decided to finally do our first podcast episode with me. It's not that long, the audio isn't that great but we're doing our best. Our first episode focuses… Continue reading It Couldn’t Be Me: Episode One : Yes, a BSU Professor Called the Cops on a Black Student

National Bagel Day: The Delicious History of a Beautiful Bread

Happy National Bagel Day! I don't know about you, but I love me a good bagel. My usual go to is blueberry bagels with strawberry cream cheese or cinnamon raisin bagels with butter on them. I'll eat them anywhere for anytime too. Breakfast, lunch, midnight snack. Carbs are my weakness and bagels fit right into… Continue reading National Bagel Day: The Delicious History of a Beautiful Bread

Iran-U.S. Relations: A Timeline to Where We Are Now

***Everything in this post is fact. All events will be linked with verifiable sources. This post does not reflect my opinion on the situation or Trump's choices, rather it gives readers information for them to create their own opinion. If you believe something is wrong on this timeline, or something important is missing, feel free… Continue reading Iran-U.S. Relations: A Timeline to Where We Are Now

2020: Follow Your Passion

Cottonbro on Pexels New year, new you. New year, same you. New year, for the love of God USE YOUR TURNING SIGNAL. Sorry, got off track there for a second. Anyways, whatever your new years resolutions, goals, beginnings and ends are, one of them better include finally following the passion that you've been putting off… Continue reading 2020: Follow Your Passion

Behind Center Grove High School: The Burger Chef Murders (Part 1)

I've always been a big fan of true crime and mystery. There's always been one case that struck close to home that has had my interest since I was in my teens. It's one that I've found not a lot of people know about or if they do, they don't really know what happened. And,… Continue reading Behind Center Grove High School: The Burger Chef Murders (Part 1)

5 Crazy Things That Happened on Halloween

Happy Halloween! If you know me well, you know I love spooky season and that Halloween is my favorite holiday, even though I don't watch horror movies, I'm afraid of clowns and I'm afraid of the dark still. So, it's only right that I looked up some of the creepiest, or just plain wrong, things… Continue reading 5 Crazy Things That Happened on Halloween

Joyner Lucas’s “I’m Not Racist” music video starts a conversation that seriously needs to be had

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43gm3CJePn0 The Key Takeaway: There's two sides to every story. I wish you knew mine. -> The identification of a disconnect between two cultures in America. Racism is alive and well in America. Take it from the bi-racial girl who is the only person of color some of you know. I got called a ni**er… Continue reading Joyner Lucas’s “I’m Not Racist” music video starts a conversation that seriously needs to be had