#EndRapeCulture: The Manifesto

Oftentimes, you are ridiculed. Oftentimes, you are told to “protect yourself”—to not wear those shorts or that dress even when the weather is too hot; to not show “flesh” because it’s a sin—and… Continue reading

Doors

When she opened the door, she wished. She wished for long, cold nights For a healthy heart She wished for the sweet smell of flowers The drizzle of the rain She wished for… Continue reading

6 Years Ago…

You know what this week means? Well, this week is actually 6 years (if I remember correctly, I mean, if it isn’t this week, it’s the next ha-ha) since I graduated from college… Continue reading

Missing Looklet + Bookish News

You know Facebook’s On This Day feature? Yeah, I’m such a sucker for that, and this week, it spewed out a lot of photos from my Looklet album and I just experienced such… Continue reading

Every Version of You

One, you were full of daydreams; nothing you can remember anymore Two, you opened up your eyes to harsh realities; some you blinded yourself from Three and four, you found hope Five, you… Continue reading

On Depression

Well…I really have no sugary words to cover this up with: I am depressed. My depression is taking over my brain right now, making me feel worse than I already do each day.… Continue reading

Life, Lately (04) + Bookish News!

It has seriously been forever since I last posted here but life has been craaaaazy. There are days when I’m just seriously exhausted and have no time for anything else, and when I… Continue reading

Don’t Forget the Parsley: Review + Interview with Marie Claire Lim-Moore + GIVEAWAY!

Hi darlings! It’s February and I know I haven’t been doing loads of reviews lately, but here’s one that I really wanted to read. So today, I’m bringing you a review of Marie… Continue reading

A New Day | Another Day

You open your eyes to a new day and realize it’s probably another version of your day yesterday. You have the same job, you have to do what you have to do, and… Continue reading

Old Friends

You look at that old album, one that has not been opened in years, one which contents you thought have gotten out of your grasp; out of your memory. In reality, they’re still… Continue reading