I’m new to the bullet journaling craze. I came across the concept a few months ago and started my first “bujo” on June 1st of this year. If you haven’t heard of it, you can watch Ryder Carroll’s video here or checkout his website for more details. I also really enjoy Boho Berry‘s website and bullet … More I started a bullet journal!
I have attended the Tennessee Williams Festival in New Orleans for the past five years, and each time, I walk away with a renewed need to write and a new list of books to add to my reading list. Over the years, I have had the pleasure of hearing many wonderful writers talk about all things literary. … More Literary New Orleans: The 27th Annual Tennessee Williams Festival
Mid-way through The Marriage Plot, and I have something to say. As an avid reader for the past fifteen years, books have been and always will be important to me. Their past, present, and future all included. I was raised by relatively bookish parents who encouraged me to read and get involved with my library … More A few words on the future of the printed book.
I don’t consider myself to be a “foodie.” I’m too uninformed and inexperienced. I do, however, love good food. Yesterday, I had the lovely opportunity to go to Elizabeth’s in the bywater. I rarely spend time in New Orleans, but when I do, we always try to go to a new restaurant. Good food is … More Sunday in a nutshell.
On Beauty, Zadie Smith. New York, NY: The Penguin Group. 2005. 443 pp. $15.00. ISBN 0 14 30.3774 9. (Bought for $1 at a used book sale) Synopsis from Goodreads, NOT my own: “Howard Belsey is an Englishman abroad, an academic teaching in Wellington, a college town in New England. Married young, thirty years later … More A Mini-review: On Beauty, or not.
It’s a tough world out there for college grads. We left college with our hopes high and our expectations naive. No one ever told us we would be unemployed. But, alas, we are. And we have to do something about it. Work multiple part time jobs, take a full time job as a janitor, sell … More And so it begins…