Jane The Virgin is a show that has meant the world to me for many years. I see my life and the things I care about, reflected in Jane's life and the things she cares about. It's a show that has brought me closer to my culture and made me proud of who I am.… Continue reading ‘Jane The Virgin’ Season 4 Finale: My Thoughts and Theories
I was 11 years old when the Virginia Tech shooting happened. I was actually at school, in class, when I looked up and saw my 5th grade teacher with this look of horror on her face. She told us we were safe, but that on the other side of the country someone had shot and… Continue reading March For Our Lives – Fresno, CA
Last week 5 Seconds of Summer released "Want You Back," the Australian band's first single since 2015. I didn't care. Until I saw my friends tweeting positive reviews of the song. Friends I trust wholeheartedly. Let me take you back to my senior year of high school. 2014. I've been following 5 Seconds of Summer for about… Continue reading Do I Give [Insert Problematic Band Here] A Second Chance?
I have always loved to bake and cook. Always. I think it's something fun and therapeutic to do, and seeing people enjoy something you make is always nice. In December, I jumped into the world of Rosanna Pansino and her YouTube baking series, Nerdy Nummies. She makes baked goods inspired by or from nerd and… Continue reading Adventures In Baking: 8-bit Heart Cookies
In January I purchased what I like to call my "serious" camera. It's a Canon EOS Rebel T6, and I purchased it largely with my future in mind. I'm graduating in May with a degree in Journalism. To put things simply: A future in journalism (and media in general) now almost requires a writer to… Continue reading Adventures In Photography: Pink Balloon Shoot
Something I think most of us can agree upon is that 2017 was a roller coaster of a year, and in my personal life, I felt like I was on a constant up and down of the best and worst moments of my life. The best: I left California for the first time and fell… Continue reading 2017: My Worst Reading Year
One of my absolute favorite things to do during the holidays is to turn on the Christmas lights in my room, snuggle up with a blanket, and settle into a winter or holiday themed book. Over the years I have acquired a collection of such books and I thought it would be fun to share… Continue reading Five Winter/Holiday Reads