I'm Published! | 2019

My published short story! After years of writing, dreaming big, filling several notebooks, completing my Creative Writing degree, reading a ton of books, cafe visits, editing my soul out, snacking on anything I could find, and drinking way too much tea and coffee, I can finally say that I'm now a published author. One of… Continue reading I'm Published! | 2019

Salem, Witch House, & Ouijazilla | Massachusetts | 2019

Welcome back to my adventure time in Massachusetts. In my previous post I headed to Cambridge and in this post we explore Salem and all it's witchy goodness. So after my morning exploring Harvard, I traveled back to Boston and then took a train to Salem.  Visiting Salem has been one of my goals for… Continue reading Salem, Witch House, & Ouijazilla | Massachusetts | 2019

Cambridge, Harvard University, & Books | Massachusetts | 2019

Recently I went on a weekend trip to Massachusetts and visited Boston, Salem, and Cambridge. Instead of making a very long post I've decided to make it into three posts, one for each location. So welcome to the first post dedicated to Cambridge. This is where the famous Harvard university is located, which means old… Continue reading Cambridge, Harvard University, & Books | Massachusetts | 2019

Halloween | Virginia | 2019

I’ve been wanting to celebrate Halloween for as long as I can remember. It’s that one holiday that’s different from all the rest. The goth kid in class. Growing up in a country where Halloween wasn’t celebrated was disappointing to say the least. That didn’t stop me from celebrating the 31th of October in some… Continue reading Halloween | Virginia | 2019

Huntley Meadows Park | Virginia | 2019

Before I left for the States, I did research on the neighborhood where I would be staying. One of the places that popped up was Huntley Meadows. A large nature reserve about 15 minutes from my house. Seeing as it was a cloudy day with good temperature, I finally went for a walk. Visitor Center… Continue reading Huntley Meadows Park | Virginia | 2019

Sculpture Garden, Art Museum, & Capitol Building | Washington D.C. | 2019

Since I’ve spent a proper day exploring D.C I’ve been obsessed with going back and seeing more. The capitol has so much to offer. Museums, architecture, art, history…  It’s difficult to choose where to go first. Most of the museums along the National Mall is free, which means we can always go back to a… Continue reading Sculpture Garden, Art Museum, & Capitol Building | Washington D.C. | 2019

Pumpkin Picking at Nalls Produce | Virginia | 2019

Fall in America is celebrated with various activities and festivities. People go apple picking, pumpkins are placed on porches, candy is bought, and that’s just the basics. Seeing as I want to make the most of this season, I decided to go pumpkin picking! Nalls Produce is like a permanent farmer’s market, with fresh produce,… Continue reading Pumpkin Picking at Nalls Produce | Virginia | 2019

Smithonian Castle, Sackler Museum, & Washington Memorial | Washington D.C. | 2019

After about three months of living in the States, I’ve finally explored more of Washington D.C. Everyone has been asking if I’ve been here and there and now, I can finally say I have! If you’re wondering why it took me so long, I could give you a couple of reasons, the main one being… Continue reading Smithonian Castle, Sackler Museum, & Washington Memorial | Washington D.C. | 2019

LOKI: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee | Review

LOKI: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzie Lee LOKI: WHERE MISCHIEF LIESMackenzi LeePublished by: Marvel PressPublication date: September 3rd 2019Genres: YA Fantasy/Mythology SYNOPSIS Before the days of going toe-to-toe with the Avengers, a younger Loki is desperate to prove himself heroic and capable, while it seems everyone around him suspects him of inevitable villainy and depravity… Continue reading LOKI: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee | Review

Renaissance Festival | Maryland | 2019

A Renaissance Festival is where you get to live in another era with your phone. It includes clean water and restrooms. You also don’t have to worry about being killed, tortured, or some deadly illnesses. It’s a magical place where you experience how people lived hundreds of years ago (kind of). I finally went to… Continue reading Renaissance Festival | Maryland | 2019