This quote motivates me.
I would not, I think, last very long in an apocalypse. The Wi-Fi at the gym I frequent has been down for two days and it’s been ticking me off more than I’d like to admit. Not being able to keep up with some political shows that I watch while I use elliptical machine made me… Read more »
Even two decades into the age of the internet, many people can still be extremely curmudgeonly about the stuff that we read online. For way too many, blogs, websites and Twitter profiles sort of exist alongside but not within literature. I personally think we need to read both books and blogs. And so here is this… Read more »
I had an interesting conversation with some people I met the other day — we talked about how money talk replaced conversations about sex as the ultimate taboo. I will, of course, elaborate. Most people (at least in millennial crowds and large cities) will not shy away from talking about sex in all its forms. But ask any… Read more »
In the future, we will no longer need to burn books. Most people will just not read them — voluntarily. (That, my friends, is my depressing thought of the day. See you tomorrow.)
April. Warm weather (occasionally). Friends. Spinning world. Busy life. Links for you. 1.Did you ever want to know what other title ideas S.E. Hinton had while writing The Outsiders? Wonder no longer. 2. This photo essay on present-day Casablanca is vivid, colourful, and full of life. It tells so many stories about the people who live there…. Read more »
Going on planes always reminds me of movies that I will watch if I ever have… all year. While flying on a cross-country trip home this weekend, I jotted down some of the movies in the airline’s entertainment system for future reference. The ones below are currently at the top of my list. Neruda (2016)… Read more »
“…I think we are well-advised to keep on nodding terms with the people we used to be, whether we find them attractive company or not. Otherwise they turn up unannounced and surprise us, come hammering on the mind’s door at 4 a.m. of a bad night and demand to know who deserted them, who betrayed… Read more »
We all have those unpredictable places and moments that help create our sense of home. For me, I feel at home every time I look at sushi prices in Vancouver, BC. I am from a place where the air is salty, the sushi is cheap. I am from a certain city by the water.
I often wonder what the millennial obsession with the internet will look like when my generation hits thirty, forty and fifty. Will we still be posing for selfies and wanting to document everything? Contrary to many a snarky think-piece from the baby boomers, these tendencies seem to be a product of the times rather than… Read more »