Finding Your Door: The Importance of Queer Representation in the Wayward Children Series

I’m really excited to share that I recently had an article featured on the website of one of my favorite writers (and humans in general), Stephanie M. Wytovich! I’ve included Stephanie’s THE APOCALYPTIC MANNEQUIN dark poetry collection on my blog before, so being asked to contribute to her blog for Pride Month has been suchContinue reading “Finding Your Door: The Importance of Queer Representation in the Wayward Children Series”

Night Worms Blog: Pike For All – 10 Christopher Pike Books for Different Types of Horror Fans

If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you might remember that a year ago this week, I shared a blog post about becoming a Night Worm. The Night Worms brand & company is run by two badass business babes, Sadie & Ashley. They’re huge fans of the horror genre, and big cheerleaders when itContinue reading “Night Worms Blog: Pike For All – 10 Christopher Pike Books for Different Types of Horror Fans”

Top 10 Episodes of Are You Afraid of the Dark?

I’ve always loved spooky things, ever since I was a little kid. My parents were relatively young when they had me, so I probably watched a lot of stuff as a child that wasn’t appropriate for my age group (Beavis & Butthead was a regular thing for evening entertainment with my dad, lol) – soContinue reading “Top 10 Episodes of Are You Afraid of the Dark?”

The Joy Thief: How Comparison Kills Your Creativity + 3 Tips to Kick it to the Curb

This blog post is going to be a little different from my more bookish related content, and I appreciate you all bearing with me through this. My mental health has been all over the place recently, and I’m sure a lot of people can say the same. The world is a scary place – inContinue reading “The Joy Thief: How Comparison Kills Your Creativity + 3 Tips to Kick it to the Curb”

ChooseToDo Inner | Holo(graphic!) Bullet Journal Cover Review

Anyone who knows me personally or that has been following my blog for awhile knows that I love organization. From spreadsheets to planners, I’ve felt a deep adoration for anything neat and orderly for as long as I can remember – and along with that has always been a love of anything cute or colorful.Continue reading “ChooseToDo Inner | Holo(graphic!) Bullet Journal Cover Review”

Featured on Dead Head Reviews for Women In Horror Month

Hi friends!! I wanted to share this here on the blog for those of you who maybe get these updates, but don’t follow me on (or use) social media! 🙂 I was recently asked to contribute an article to a review website I follow, and I’m so honored by the opportunity! I was given aContinue reading “Featured on Dead Head Reviews for Women In Horror Month”

4 Ways You Can Use Social Media Intentionally

Are you using your social media accounts intentionally? Social media often gets a pretty bad reputation from people. We’re often told that we shouldn’t be on our phones, that calling someone is more valued than texting them, that if we all just “unplugged” for awhile, we’d feel better. I won’t deny the benefits of in-personContinue reading “4 Ways You Can Use Social Media Intentionally”

Refocusing My Blog

Hellooo! I’m pretty excited for this post, so thanks for being here! If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you know that I’ve changed the focus of what I write about a bit over the years. Initially, my blog was a branch off of my previous one, which was almost completely about baking &Continue reading “Refocusing My Blog”

McCafferty @ Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco

So, briefly before my little mental health hiatus, I posted about my favorite songs by one of my favorite bands – McCafferty. After that post, I drove with my roommate to San Francisco from our duplex in east Sacramento to see them perform live, and it was sooooo good! To preface the journey, let’s just say thatContinue reading “McCafferty @ Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco”