Super excited to announce that I have opened an Instagram account for my blog and that I will follow back the first 50 people who follow me! The account is @didismagazine I'm still in the process of building my feed, and I don't have many followers, but it's authentic. It's real. It's what you guys … Continue reading New Insta, Who ‘Dis?
Hey guys! So I'm trying to start this new thing where I write about a moment in my day and give it a bit of a fiction twist. Hopefully all of this will lead to me really finding my voice as an author, something I'm really trying hard to find. That being said, here is … Continue reading The Cafeteria Catastrophe
What is enlightenment? Are we even equipped to answer this? Is it arrogant for us to think we could know the answer to such a question? These are some of the questions we discussed in my History class, when discussing the European Enlightenment. We were talking about how the Europeans used inductive logic and thought … Continue reading What Is Enlightenment?
Hey guys! Yesterday I got accepted into the New England Young Writer's Conference at Middlebury College, Breadloaf to be exact (I already know what you're thinking about that name :)) I don't know how selective it is, but I'm really glad I get to go. It's a weekend away in the rolling green hills of … Continue reading New England Young Writers Conference!
For those of you who have read the Lara Jean series, you know about the whole love-letter strategy. You write a letter to the guy you like, seal it up, and don't mail it. It helps you get rid of your feelings and move on. I've done the same thing, but since no one I … Continue reading Love Letter to Let Him Go
FUNNY STORY: I decided to read this book and write a response about it for school!! It was hilarious, my teacher said that she never laughed harder. Here's the response I wrote for school, nothing changed, nothing censored. Enjoy! A saying I heard often growing up is, “You can trust a man with a … Continue reading Book Response: Sh*t My Dad Says
Hey Guys, This book was, no doubt, one of the best books I have ever read. It was like reading poetry. The writing was gorgeous, and the ideas within the writing were even more gorgeous. This book deserves so much more than I can give it, but I'll try to fit a few of my … Continue reading Book Review:Words In Deep Blue