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Review: Men We Reaped by Jesmyn Ward

Over four years, Ward experiences the loss of five men she grew up with all by different circumstances, yet all connected in that being black, male and Southern affect your life and ultimately your death. This is her tribute to those men, but also a sort of story of herself as well. In between the…

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Why I Moved to Korea

Every blogger or youtuber has made a post or video addressing this topic and as I am in my final year of living in Korea, I thought I would make a short post about it as well. I won’t go all the way back to high school but, I will go back to college which…

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Mid Year Book Freak Out

Yes, we are more than halfway through the year and everyone has done this, but I still want to do it! I really enjoy this tag and the questions so here we go. 1. Best book you’ve read so far this year Men We Reaped by Jesmyn Ward. In the span of five years, Ward…

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April Favorites

April was a pretty good month. The weather started to get warmer, the cherry blossoms went away, but the trees started getting leaves on it and they don’t look dead! Anyway, I always enjoy seeing Youtubers or bloggers do this “Monthly Wrap Up” of their favorite things from the past month whether it be clothes,…

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Learning to Roller Skate: Why and How It’s Going So Far

At the very end of November last year, I bought myself some roller skates. It was an extremely impulsive buy (after an hour or two of research into types of skates, best types etc) after a roller skating account I followed a few months back showed up on my instagram timeline and for some reason…

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Hello? Is Anyone There?

Hey, been awhile, huh? Yes, I do remember I have a blog! Gosh, I’ve been so inconsistent with this little blog of mine since I first made it in 2019. However, I’m pretty confident with myself now in the year 2021 and what I want to put out into the world, so this is my…

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How I Use Korean Webtoons to Study

One of the things I really prioritize with learning Korean is making sure it’s fun and enjoyable for me. I mean, it’s always fun because I enjoy learning the language, but when actively studying I want to do it with materials I find fun (of course with grammar lessons thrown in as well because we…

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Review: The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye by Sonny Liew

What was life after all, but a constant battle between our hopes and harsh reality? The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye is a graphic novel that follows a forgotten Singaporean comic artist. Charlie Chan lived through pre-independence Singapore and the move of Singapore from the “fishing village” it was to to the metropolis it…

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Summer Day Trip: Yeosu

Last summer, I found out about my summer vacation super late so I couldn’t book any overseas trips, but I did go to two cities on my vacation (I wanted to go to more, but I got sick at the start of my vacation and also it was so hot and humid, I only found…

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