As we finish one of the weirdest years in history, I wanted to share all the films I watched this year, ending with the Death of 2020.
Some of the movies were a waste of time, and some of them I watched more than once. Thanks to streaming platforms, I will watch them again in 2021.
As we round out a year of confusion and uncertainty, I wanted to share a list of all the albums I listened to for the first time in 2020 (with an emphasis on my absolute favorite ones).
Some were good, and some were bad; regardless, these albums allowed me to step out of my comfort zone and hide from the world falling down around me.
As we end one of the most seemingly horrific years (horrible starts to a decade), I wanted to reflect on some things I accomplished that were on my vision board for the year. Since the world was pretty much shut down, I was unable to do most of the things on my vision board. Still, I am proud of what I accomplished.
Twenty twenty is that crappy Christmas gift that fills you with disappointment and makes it seem like the worse Christmas ever, but turns out, you actually needed it. Believe it or not, we needed twenty twenty; it provided different things for different people.
Because I’ve been spending so much time at home, I’ve been spending so much time online shopping.
With the many purchases I’ve made since COVID took over the world, I’ve discovered some amazing and awful products, and I decided to share them with you.
Thanks to Generation Z, thrifting is trending, and I’m not mad about it. It’s a trend that helps the environment and brings back styles from iconic eras.
Though I’m not mad that thrifting is trending (and has been for a while), I am a little upset that a recent debate to surface the fashion world and its many subsections is thrifted versus fast fashion.
Even though I’m late to the party, I wanted to give my brief opinion on the subject.
This is a book review of the beautiful Dear Martin, written by Nic Stone. It is incredibly relevant and brilliant in every way possible.