May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to make some art — write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.”
The New York Public Library’s Library Zine! has just released their second issue. Due to high support and enthusiasm over the first issue, the editors of the magazine were able to publish another issue! Continue reading “Library Zine! Second Issue Now Available”
Getting a snow day when we were kids was such a magical day. You get to stay home from school, sleep in late, eat your favorite foods and snacks, and watch your favorite TV shows most of the day. Now that we are adults, snow days don’t come as often as we like. However, at the rare chance you do get one, you have this urge to be more productive, like cleaning up your home and other house housework. You know, grown up things.
That doesn’t mean you can make the most out of your spontaneous day off! You can still do your errands and still do fun activities on your snow day! We get so few days off from work…let’s try to make the most of it! Continue reading “How to Make the Most of Your Snow Day”
I don’t make New Year’s resolutions that much. It is not because I don’t keep them, just I never really saw the point to them. However, 2017 was an eye-opening year for me, the good and the bad. For 2018, in order for me to not feel stagnant in my life, New Year’s Resolutions are needed this time around. But, I am not considering them as resolutions, as wisdom, a new perspective on my life. Continue reading “New Year’s Resolutions”
My recent trip through the English countryside was my fifth time visiting the country. I didn’t plan to visit the UK this many times. It was just a stroke of luck and an opportunity that I couldn’t pass up.
Some may think it is unusual to visit one place so many times. You may say that I am limiting my outlook and not expanding my horizons by visiting other places.
I disagree. Continue reading “Fortress of Solitude”