Years ago, I had a dream of being a famous singer. Back then you had to really work for it. There was no TikTok or YouTube to propel a talentless individual into the spotlight. No. Back then, you had to find a way to get in front of record executives. I tried cold-calling them using … Continue reading Review: The Meaning of Mariah | Mariah Carey
Here's a piece of trivia about me that might come in handy one day. My first adult crush was Keanu Reeves. I was 11 and because it was a simpler time, I was introduced to him via his movie Speed. I so badly wanted to be trapped on a bus that was about to explode … Continue reading Review: What Would Keanu Do? | Chris Barsanti
There's never been a better year for books. Books were the escape we needed from this prank of a year and luckily, there were a few good ones to keep us occupied. Now, I don't always read what's new but I do try my best to keep up with what comes out and in 2020, … Continue reading My favorite book of the year and some other ones I liked: 2020 Edition.
"To my mom and dad, and my brother, Casey. You're like family to me." It's Colin Jost's dedication and the very first joke of his book. Simple, absolutely hilarious, and sets the tone for the entire book. In reading his memoir, A Very Punchable Face, it's easy to see why Colin Jost is the head … Continue reading Review: A Very Punchable Face|Colin Jost
Nothing makes me happier than knowing I'm not the only one who adopted the personality of a fictional character when I was a kid (it's been a long year so it takes very little). For Mia Mercado, it was Annie. For me, it was Wednesday Addams. I also enjoy relating to someone on the ridiculousness … Continue reading Review: Weird But Normal | Mia Mercado