Six Seasons

Dear Reader, Happy summer! Not too long ago, while writing a blog post, I attempted to find an adjective form of the word “summer” to modify a noun. While I could have simply used “summer” the noun as an adjective, I decided to think of a more fun word. The first word that came to... Continue Reading →

Audiobibliobibuli

Dear Reader, This post was written for readers like you! I was thinking about how my reading habits have changed since the pandemic. While I have been a fan of audiobooks for a few years now, my consumption of audiobooks has increased significantly with the pandemic. Now, I find myself finishing most books in a... Continue Reading →

Learn Me Grammar

Dear Reader My mind moonlights as a rabbit hole. Sometimes I will come across something ordinary and my brain will flashback to a peculiar, tangentially related incident that makes me reconsider the so-called ordinary thing. Then, to better understand this sudden flashback, I search for related information online. In this way, something as common as... Continue Reading →

What Public School Did Teach Me

Dear Reader, I recently wrote a post about all that public school does not prepare students for, including important emotional development and life skills (more here). Today, on a more positive note, I would like to share some of the obscure knowledge that I did learn (and actually retained) from my public-school education. Marfan Syndrome... Continue Reading →

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