Back when I started learning Korean in June 2021 I remember thinking how grateful I am for the Internet. There’s no way I would have been able to find so many ways to learn Korean for FREE before the Internet made everything so accessible. At best I might have found a book at the library but even
Hello, I’m Sherry, and in this review of Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo, it is the first time I’ve ever given any book by this author anything less than five stars. In reality, I’d give it 3 3/4 stars, but since I believe in rounding up and down, I will round it up to four.
Sometimes when I read a book or watch a TV show or movie, I get a bit distracted by the food the characters eat. I don’t care whether it’s a real, existing meal such as the Dutch recipe Hutspot I’m about to talk about, or if it’s made up (such as much of the food
I hear the term “guilty pleasure” a lot and I’ve never really understood it very well, even though I do use it myself sometimes. I always wondered, “well why is it a GUILTY pleasure if it makes me happy?” And so I just refuse to feel guilty about things I enjoy. But it isn’t just
Although the term “Hygge” is not a new concept, it became an especially big buzzword in North America over the past few winter seasons. Now, when you hear the expression you probably immediately think of ways to stay warm and cozy during the cold and bleak winter months. However, even though the cold and dark
I’m a bit of a bookworm. I always have been, ever since I first learned to read. I was always that kid walking around with her nose stuck in a book – and I mean that literally too. My dad always warned me I was going to hurt myself doing that. Knock on wood, so
There are a ton of reasons why we should get to bed early – or at least early enough to help us land in the coveted window of 7-9 hours of sleep. I often fail to get inside that window, or if I do it’s just hovering around the 7-hour mark. I can’t help it