1. Vox videos I'm not a regular reader of Vox's website, but I subscribed two weeks ago to its Youtube channel. They publish around three videos each week and cover a wide variety of topics. I love their videos: the editing, the scoring, the colors. 2. Rom-coms It didn't hit me that I liked rom-coms… Continue reading 10 things I’ve been interested in recently
An explanation of this post's title: I know all the movies on this list are famous, but I feel like they're famous in different worlds: the documentary world, the Bollywood world, the classic high-school world, the general young public world, and the general older public world. There's only one movie on here you're probably guaranteed… Continue reading Five very different & very famous movies that I love
So I had a post to go for earlier this week, but then my parents vetoed it because they thought it contained sensitive information that might cause spies or something to come after me and my family, and I wish I was joking but I'm not really so you'll just have to keep living your… Continue reading If you don’t care about writing fiction, this probably won’t interest you
What's the point of having friends besides having people to play games with? I can't wait until we're seventy years old and playing aggressive games of Uno and Mafia. Until then and until I can see humans in person again, these are the games I've been playing with people while zooming. Codenames Description: Minesweeper but… Continue reading The virtual games I’ve been playing with my friends
In my summer bucket list, I talked about how I want to finish interviewing my dad. We've been sporadically doing this for over a year now, and we only made it to his thirty-year-old self yesterday. That means he's about to finally start talking about how he came to America, which I think will be… Continue reading Stories from interviewing my dad
Last year summer started when school ended, but this year, my marker for the beginning of summer has changed to the switch from nice to hot weather. Which in an unfortunate series of events, happened last week. Ugh, that allusion doesn't even make sense. Where am I going with this intro? Dude, writing intros is… Continue reading My 2020 summer bucket list // collab with Purely Oliva and Not All Who Sonder!
Two years ago, I listened to this episode of What Should I Read Next?, and in it, the guest talked about the Dressember challenge. The Dressember Foundation is a non-profit that aims to end human trafficking, and the Dressember challenge is where people commit to wearing either dresses or ties for the entire month of… Continue reading What I am most proud of myself for doing junior year