Hi! Hello to the many wonderful followers of this blog (oh hey, thanks for 3k.) I have been, as many of you may have noticed, on an unofficial hiatus for the last month, my first month of college. The good news is that I absolutely love college, I’ve literally never been this happy in my … More An Announcement of Rebranding This Blog
The first time I cried this month was August 1st, at 12:30 a.m., ringing in the new month. Ringing it in, specifically, by listening to Mitski’s Class of 2013 at 12:30 am in Wrightsville Beach, NC. I do not know why I chose to do this. Listening to the lyrics “Mom, am I still young? … More Top Five Things That Made Me Cry in the Month Before I Left For College
By popular demand, and also by the demands of how long my monthly wrap-up posts have been taking recently, this is a new series in which I’ll be reviewing albums in fives! I do a lot of album listening and am really into music (even though a lot of my actual listening tends to just … More Reviewing Albums 15-20 of 2019 (Featuring Taylor Swift, Hozier, and Maggie Rogers)
When I first started blogging, I didn’t know where to start on blogging. I wanted to write up a basic guide on getting arcs for other fellow beginners!
When this post goes up, I’ll be flying across the country to Bryn Mawr college. I am so, so excited, and also so, so caught up in overthinking everything. When I get existential but also excited, I cope with it by making way too many playlists. My Spotify account is more organized than my life … More I Know I’m Not a Music Blog But Here Are Several Playlists I Have Made Anyway
I don’t know if you guys have noticed by now but I love Mitski. I adore Mitski and I think she’s the most beautiful and most talented person in the whole world and I created an entire playlist for beginner Mitski listening that you can find right here and also I don’t do anything with my … More Performance of Pain as Catharsis and Mitski
This is an essay I’ve wanted to write many times but I think I’m actually going to now. It is impossible to, across the board, say that we will stop consuming or liking media when a creator is exposed as being problematic, because there are too many ambiguities to these situations to blanket-statement. The thing … More Unfortunately, We All Live In A Society