Writing in Style: Stationery Tour

I've long loved to write, and I've long had a problem with buying too many aesthetically pleasing notebooks. When I was in middle school, it was hard for me to leave Target without a notebook that inevitably would end up half filled with fictional ramblings under my bed. As I've gotten older and gotten into … Continue reading Writing in Style: Stationery Tour

Review: The Snow Fell Three Graves Deep

https://twitter.com/BookishlyBright/status/1347731401265672192 I tweeted this a while back, and then quickly realized if I wanted to tell lots of people about the Donner Party book I read in full detail that I could just write a blog post about it. Literally the reason I have a blog is to tell people about the books I'm reading. … Continue reading Review: The Snow Fell Three Graves Deep

The Outcomes of Fall Online Learning

If you recall, I, like many others, had to get used to online learning this fall. While I still generally prefer in-person learning, I did appreciate the chance that I got to engage in some practical projects that utilized digital technology to practice professional and academic skills. The best part about digital projects are that … Continue reading The Outcomes of Fall Online Learning

My Winter Break Reading List

You may have noticed that I didn't post a November Reading Roundup. In part that's because I was traveling home for Thanksgiving and then back to Boston the last week of November. the other reason I missed the November Reading Roundup is because we are in the thick of finals season and I have had … Continue reading My Winter Break Reading List