Is it Laziness? Or Energy Storage for the Future?

It’s hard to believe that just three weeks ago I completed my BFA in Creative Writing. After nearly two and a half years and thousands of pages written, I’ve accomplished my goal of completing a second Bachelors. I had established several grand goals for the weeks following the ceremony, such as reading through a stack…

The E-Book vs. The Printed Book

I’ve been on a major reading kick lately. For anyone that knows me, they can vouch that I’m an avid-reader by nature, normally polishing off one novel per week – on top of my school and work commitments. For my birthday, my husband surprised me by purchasing the four major Kerouac books I’ve been dying…

Books I Couldn’t Live Without

Anyone that knows me would definitely recognize that I’m a book-lover. I’ve been a bibliophile since I was a child, constantly spending my allowance at the Scholastic Book Fairs and then begging my parents for more money because I wasn’t satisfied with the stack of books I’d already purchased. One thing a lot of people…

Jitterbug Perfume

Today’s post is going to be extremely short. In fact, it pains me to write these words, as every moment I spend typing is a second that could have been spent reading. A colleague of mine recommended the book, Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins, to me several weeks ago. In the midst of school, work,…

Juggling

November has been one of those months where I feel as if I have been doing a lot but accomplishing little. I’ve been very busy with multiple projects, yet if someone stopped me now to ask me what I’m working on, it may take me a few moments to come up with an answer that…