So, you’ve learned Hangul, the Korean alphabet! You’re excited and ready to get moving! And then you look at a block of Korean text and realize it’s a bit overwhelming. Well, don’t worry, I’ve got an easy way to read Korean faster that you can start doing right away. There are a lot of great
Where, oh where do I start? Okay, I have things to say but can we be superficial for just a second so I can shriek about how spectacular this cover is? It basically screams Los Angeles in the 1990s and I love it so much. This is hands-down one of the best books I’ve read
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
So am I the only one who is still a little bit shell-shocked over the fact that we are somehow in 2019 already? To be honest, I’m not even sure what happened to December. Or really, most of the entire year. It went by so fast, even if some individual days were slow. I figured
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
I’ve done a lot of things over the years to work on managing my anxiety and also the stress levels that create even MORE anxiety. I don’t know about you, but when it comes to anxiety and panic attacks, less is truly more! I started off by learning to do yoga in my living room