Monthly Archives: February 2021
“That’s who you’ve always been. You were always into that stuff.”
He foresaw the ways crumbling capitalism morphs into fascism—and for that alone, his platform is worth revisiting.
Yes, it’s objectively weird. But I think there’s something to it.
I wish I could say I was one of those people who uses social media for the simple fun and joy of it (although I’m not sure if that’s even possible anymore).
Challenge yourself in the produce aisle. Make something adults make.
I do not want to be like the man in the boat, alone to face the howling winds and blustering snow.
In a happy marriage of Star Wars and Friedrich Nietzsche: the abyss strikes back.
For me, an unemployed expat in a lockdown, having a dog means having purpose.
Though you may never see these words, I still wanted to say them.
Why not examine writing’s power through words that can be hummed as well as read?
What better way to learn about something so very intimate and human than through storytelling?
I have written in countless birthday cards, “I don’t know where I would be without you.”
In a life where fasting is underutilized, one forty-day stint is not going to make a big difference.
And yet my experience of love is deep and varied, though not in a way that amatonormativity and our limited language surrounding love recognizes.
Smashing a guitar on SNL is the most Phoebe Bridgers action possible.
I am resigned to spending my entire allotment of time for recklessness trapped within the confines of a single city.
Despite the islanders’ departure, the islands of St. Kilda are still there, still beautiful, still alive.
Yet the saddest part is that in their obsession with each other, Romeo and Juliet are constantly oblivious to the people around them who love them so incredibly much.
I’ve always wanted to know what other people are reading and discovering and mulling over and delighting in.
This newfound freedom is not packaged individually; it is meant to be shared.
If all of creation is spinning towards destruction, why does anything matter at all?
He described how eventually, sometimes you simply have to be a team player.
“This isn’t who we are” rings false in a country that has yet to fully wrestle with its original sins of colonization and slavery and its ongoing sins of racism and imperialism.