Casted by Izzy Clarke

Young 12 year old Izzy Clarke decided to become a writer. Her goal, to empower girls and show that they can be the heroes of their own stories; that love, compassion, kindness and intelligence are traits that make one beautiful and strong regardless of what outsiders may think. I had the pleasure of meeting this... Continue Reading →

The Art of Not Giving A F@#$

Sara Knight became my hero. Her words resonated with me in ways I would never imagine especially since I had started to give 0 f's about things like weddings and other's good news. This book gives pointers to be able to do this and not come acros as an asshole, which is the key here:... Continue Reading →

The Princess Diarist (Book Review)

Carrie Fisher penned this memoir/excerpt of her diary during the filming of Star Wars to make sure fans understood a very important part of her life: her affair with a very married Harrison Ford back in 1976. To ensure that the tale didn't fall flat, she added pages of the actual scribbles which end up... Continue Reading →

A Dog’s Purpose (Book)

When I picked this book up I misunderstood the premise. I thought it was about the multiple lives of one dog with many families. Turns out the story was rather about reincarnations of the same canine soul into different doggies! To be fair, the concept of reincarnation is not novel and has been around for... Continue Reading →

Four Goodreads To Ring in the New Year

Need something to read during your Christmas to New Year's winter break? These four reads are good all year round and have a little bit for everyone*: Blink, Malcolm Gladwell What would you do if you knew your first impressions and judgements are almost always right? Would you be able to trust your instincts or... Continue Reading →

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