Surviving 21st Century Quarantine

January 2020 started like any normal January. Drinks with friends and a champagne toast at midnight with a kiss form that special someone to ring in the new year.  Little did we know that the day before Wuhan China  had declared a cluster of cases of phenomena that would rapidly change how we live ourContinue reading “Surviving 21st Century Quarantine”

Girl, know your worth!

This story is a little embarrassing. I am a lit, woke 30 year old millennial female who knows she’s a boss bitch. These are things I have always known, but when you are 20 it’s hard hard to shout it from the rooftops and own it. Unfortunately, some of us have to be dragged throughContinue reading “Girl, know your worth!”

My Final Paper for Women’s Literature Class… The Call To Arms!

The Call to Arms! Hélène Cixous shouts a call to arms “And why don’t you write? Write! Writing is for you, you are for you; your body is yours, take it!” (Cixous 876). She was telling women so much more than to just write. In her article “The Laugh of the Medusa” she often comparesContinue reading “My Final Paper for Women’s Literature Class… The Call To Arms!”

Let me Tell You About my Women’s Literature Class

~ This article may contain affiliate links. I only suggest product or services I believe will benefit my readers. All opinions are 100% mine! ~   If you have the chance to take women’s lit I highly recommend. Especially if you have a chance to learn from Professor Grace Rexroth at University of Colorado inContinue reading “Let me Tell You About my Women’s Literature Class”

Let’s Talk About Gender Bias

I said in my last post about school that I would talk about some gender bias I have experienced. I will try to not let this post get too lengthy but it’s something I’m pretty passionate about so get ready. 😉 Let me start by saying it’s 2018. Gender bias should not be something thatContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Gender Bias”

Let’s Talk About Going Back to School

A Baccalaureate degree is the new high school diploma. Yikes. When I graduated high school (barely) there was no chance I was going to college. At that point, school was not for me. I assured my parents I just needed some time off to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. ThisContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Going Back to School”