A lot of us are dealing with a lot of anxiety and too much spare time, so hopefully some of the things on this list will keep you entertained.
I’ve been playing video games since I was a kid, and it all started with the classic Nintendo system. Unfortunately, there are some gems I missed along the way.
I can’t write without music, and while I usually come up with a specific soundtrack for a project, there are some songs and osts that help get me into the zone no matter what I’m writing.
It seems like most of the world is escaping into Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
My writer brain and my reader brain have one thing in common – we like to over-analyze everything. It’s especially fun with sci-fi and fantasy, so I decided to combine the two, and discuss some of the most popular sff books.
I love designing stuff in the Sims 4, so I’ve come up with another excuse to write a blog post about it.
Now that my digital notebook experiment is finally over, I can crack into a new notebook and get my bujo spreads ready for the new year! Here’s a look at my bullet journal for 2020.
I’m on a mission this year to get some of the big sff books off of my TBR, and so I’ve issued myself a little challenge for 2020!
One of my favourite things to do at the end of the year and the start of the new one is to look at all the awesome stuff we’ve got coming our way! Here are my most anticipated books and games for 2020!
I’m keeping my goals really simple this year – I’ve got only three of them and I’m going to share them with you today.