The Percy Jackson/Heroes of Olympus Book Tag

Finding out from Olivia that Percy Jackson is getting a Disney Plus adaptation ranks among the most exciting news I've ever heard. It's also one of the most bewildering. Like, what are venture capitalists doing? They be out there throwing money at risky start-ups while this unicorn is just waiting for them. The market for… Continue reading The Percy Jackson/Heroes of Olympus Book Tag

Reading tools I would figuratively die for

Reading tools to books is like ketchup to fries. Fries are delicious by themselves, but sauce makes them even more amazing. Okay, that's all the intro I have. Book darts // the ultimate bookmark A book dart in action One time I read somewhere that paperclips have reached paperclip-perfection. (Plato and his ideal forms can… Continue reading Reading tools I would figuratively die for

More interesting questions to ask your friends

I thought it would be a good time for this post with school starting and more opportunities to talk to people. Ahah, just kidding. I'm doing this because it felt like a very doable post to write. Oh, and I also realized that if you're doing online, you probably have the same amount of opportunities… Continue reading More interesting questions to ask your friends

High school advice from extremely competent seniors

When life gives you senior year in high school, create as many blog posts as you can out of it. Aha, just kidding (not really), but I do want to write a few so that there's a record of what this year was like for me and my friends: what was going on in our… Continue reading High school advice from extremely competent seniors

I strongly believe that everyone has a superpower

I define superpower as something that's inherently part of you. It's not a skill that was learned. And it's different from talent. Many times talent is paired with hard work, but hard work can't be paired with a superpower. Well, I guess you could, but it would be pretty strange. You'll see what I mean.… Continue reading I strongly believe that everyone has a superpower