Writing about everything

is basically impossible. And don’t “Everything is possible, even the impossible.” me. Newsflash, Mary Poppins isn’t always right. Unfortunately. Anyway, last night, my mother said something to the effect of “You should write about everything.” Don’t get me wrong, I know where she’s coming from. I’d definitely have a lot more content. However, I wouldn’t […]

The Significance of Serenity

Serenity is a 2019 psychological thriller starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. At first glance, the movie is exactly as advertised: Karen Zakarias (Anne Hathaway) tries to solicit her ex-husband, Baker Dill (Matthew McConaughey) to kill her current husband so she and her son can get away from his abuse. Like any thriller, things get […]

Creativity v Suggestion

This post was inspired by something my mother said. I don’t remember it verbatim, but it was something like this: I had an idea of something for you to blog about, but I can’t remember it. If she had remembered it, I’m sure I would’ve listened respectfully and at least considered the idea. All the […]

Pushing through writer’s block

Or at least I’m trying to push through writer’s block and get some writing done anyway. It’s kind of weird at the moment though; nothing I’m currently working on feels right. Usually, my ideas and stories flow through me. I know exactly what I’m going to write and I feel good about it. Like “warm […]

Sorry, but polarization isn’t in my nature

I was talking to my friend Kaitlyn the other night, and we were discussing the other post that I sent to her so she could read it. She liked it, but she said it would’ve been better if it were a bit more polarizing. Honestly, I’m still not sure what to do with that comment. […]

Writing my feelings (and for myself)

Improvement Believe me, I wish my bedroom were actually this nice. Someday it will be. But I digress. I actually want to talk about my blog and how I feel it has improved. There was a recent period of time where I used the blog to vent. Pretty much all the time. I don’t think […]