What “Me Before You” Taught Me About Life

I heard about the book. I bought the book. I read it. I sobbed. I’m sure many of you have seen the trailers for the just released film adaptation of the best-selling novel, “Me Before You.” I’m the type of person that never falls into the hype or bases my opinions off of what others say….

Top Books for College Graduates

While Graduation is an exciting time in any student’s life, it can also bring the sudden arrival of nerves, doubts and the path leading to a quarter-life crisis. If you’re like me and graduated this year, in need of some advice and yearning for a fresh perspective on the next chapter of your life, these five…

Why Coloring is the New Therapy

Remember when we were little kids and wanted to spend our days doing nothing, but color? We would have our buckets of crayons and colored pencils besides us 24/7. We would think every picture we colored was a straight-masterpiece, yet looking at it now, you see that you had a strange eye for color coordination. Well, as…

Why I won’t buy books on Amazon

Call me old-fashioned, but I actually like going to a bookstore. In today’s society, the online world is dominating physical businesses. Online print is being favored over newspapers. Online shopping is preferred than going to a mall. Amazon has become the new go-to bookstore, rather than Barnes and Noble. While anything online can be more…

Books to read this Spring

Hello everyone! I’m happy to say that this week this article of mine was  featured on theamazingastore.com; a website aimed to support/sell books from emerging, talented authors, as well as clothing and accessories from independent fashion designers. Feel free to check it out and support emerging authors and talent! That being said, the time has come when Spring…

Books to Read This Winter

I am an avid reader. In fact, I want to start my own book club, where all  I can do is spend my days reading, wrapped in a blanket and drinking hot tea (Am I 23 going on 60?). Being busy with work and school, occupies my time and I unfortunately never have the time…