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7 Tips for Beauty Sustainability

Emily’s back to talk about some ways you can keep your routines sustainable! Included is a mix of tips and products that help her reduce waste.

Review: ‘Batman: A Death in the Family’

Emily reviews one of comics biggest deals – Batman: A Death in the Family! She has some serious feelings about it, and A Killing Joke.

Steven is my Universe

Now is the best time to watch Steven Universe! Emily explains why you should dip your toes into the waters of Beach City and see what the hype is all about.

April in Books

Emily updates us with the books she read in April. Her list includes Ember Queen, One of us is Next, and Brightly Burning.

Parade Undies: They’re Taking Over my Underwear Drawer

Emily tried out some of the internet’s newest undies, from Parade. Check out her thoughts on what she bought and the underwear company as a whole.

‘The Loneliest Girl in the Universe’ by Lauren James

Emily takes us through the story of The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James. Mild spoilers, but has a review at the end!

Book Review: “Spark and the League of Ursus” by Robert Repino

There’s nothing quite like a middle grade novel to comfort me after a difficult read. I needed a teddy bear, and Spark was there for me. Now I want to share her with all of you. I received a little…

March in Books

Once again, Emily takes us through the books she read last month. In March she read 10 books, including #futureboards, Girl Squads, and more!

Social Distancing with ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’

I know we are in the apocalypse, but I’m making regular Bell payments to Tom Nook, so clearly I’m doing alright.

February in Books

We’re back! I read some more books in February, and since I posted my TBR for the month in January, let’s see if I stuck to it!

Self Care for Everyone

I’m learning more ways to care for my self, that don’t always require spending money.
Self Care is defined as “the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health.” and “the practice of taking an active role in protecting one’s own well-being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress.” None of that says you have to buy a lot to participate!

Book Review: It Devours by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor

I started this book in September 2018, but took a long break until mid January 2020. When I picked it back up earlier this year, I quickly learned that I was just 7 pages from the action hitting. If only…

Book Review: Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl

I read this book hoping it would help with the book hangover caused by Turtles All the Way Down, and instead it exacerbated it. Let’s dive right into this Neverworld Wake review!

Book Review: Gork the Teenage Dragon by Gabe Hudson

I’m not going to come in here saying this was a great book that I enjoyed, because that’s not what we do here. Instead, we’re going to stay honest in this book review, and everyone is going to deal with…

I Need You to Watch Letterkenny

I know that’s a bold title, but it’s the truth. Stick with me here; Letterkenny is the best show on Hulu right now, and you need to watch it. Pitter Patter.

Book Review: The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

Friends and Fangirls, I am a big fan of Romance books, but I never read them. They tend to be too quick of reads for me to want to spend money on them, so my cheap ass says nah. But…

January in Books

Hey there, Fangirls! I’ve tasked myself with the seemingly impossible goal of reading all of the books I own (that haven’t been read yet) this year. Since that’s a wild task, and not all the books I read can be…

Crafting the Perfect TBR

One of the biggest problems I face as an avid reader is what comes next? There are so many books that are coming out every week, and the one hundred plus unread books in my apartment also exist. Throw in…

Books You HAVE to Read in 2020

We’re just over a week into the new year, and I’m already crushing the heck out of my reading goal (pats self heartily on the back). While I’ve finished 4 books so far, my “read” pile from last year is…