Top 10 Keto-Friendly Trader Joe’s Items

I’ve gotten lots of questions from friends about what I eat the most, or where I shop the most. I tend to visit several stores for different things (because I am extra), BUT I figured an easy way to recommend stuff would be by store! Trader Joe’s has been one of my favorite stores for … Continue reading

Mini Book Reviews #2: Rolling in the Deep, Lock In, What Girls Are Made Of

✨ Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant (Sci-Fi, Horror, Mermaids!!) Summary: This is a short story that counts as 0.5 in the “Rolling in the Deep” series. The author also writes books under another name – Seanan McGuire – although when I picked this up, I hadn’t read anything else by her. I wasn’t sure of what … Continue reading

Film Review: Much Ado About Nothing (2013)

I’m going to preface this by saying that I have no idea why Joss Whedon hasn’t always done Shakespeare. For those unfamiliar with the basic plot, Much Ado About Nothing is a comedy about two separate relationships and the people involved with both. Claudio (Clark Gregg) and Hero (Jillian Morgese) are at the heart of … Continue reading

Review: Pop Up Tee.com

I never planned to post any inflammatory reviews, but this has honestly just gotten under my skin and since they’re so popular, I figured other people may want to know about my experience with PopUpTee.com. From their website: “Pop-Up Tee’s goal is to curate some of the best t-shirt designs from artists around the world. … Continue reading

Film Review: Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013)

Although the end is somewhat predictable, as is to be expected in order to achieve some sort of continuity with the childhood favorite, Oscar’s journey to that end point and through the land filled with exotic new creatures and familiar sprawling landscapes is enough to mesmerize not only any children in the audience, but the adults as well.

Film Review: Silent House (2012)

The younger (and infinitely more talented) sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen stars in directors Chris Kentis and Laura Lau’s English adaptation of Gustavo Hernandez’ Uruguayan film of the same name, whose screenplay is reportedly based on a true story from the 1940s. Elizabeth Olsen stars in the psychological thriller as Sarah, a pretty but … Continue reading