I wish I had seen this in play form. This was so interesting and cool! Even though JK Rowling didn’t write the play itself, she did approve of this and it’s based on a short story she wrote. I missed my people. This is the only universe that’s ever felt completely like home to me.Continue reading “Harry Potter and The Cursed Child–J.K. Rowling, John Thorne, Jack Tiffany”
Sometimes I feel the need to curl up in J.K. Rowling’s writing like a security blanket. Harry Potter is obviously my favourite book series, even though I promised not to read it for five years after the movies were over I still broke that promise to myself and snuck them in a few times whenContinue reading “Very Good Lives–J.K. Rowling”
Hey, sorry I haven’t written in a week. Busy bee! Here’s Emma Watson for you though.
As if it’s been two weeks since I had to say goodbye to Doomsday. I said I was going to talk about it sooner, but I wasn’t quite ready for it. It’s been a very weird experience, and I think I finally understand what people are talking about when they say “loss”. I used toContinue reading “Keep Moving Forward: Two Weeks”
I read this article on HelloGiggles.com the other day that said something that really spoke to me. It was about not just how we view our bodies but how we talk to it, how we treat it, how we spend most of our time hating it and wishing it were different instead of appreciating whatContinue reading “Keep Moving Forward: Body Image Edition”
This book made me hate online dating. Now I know what you are thinking “What in the HELL does The Kite Runner have to do with online dating?”. Nothing. Nothing at all. There isn’t online dating in the book AT ALL. BUT, I was in one of my weird ‘Boohoo I don’t have a boyfriend’Continue reading “The Kite Runner–Khaled Hosseini”