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January Wrap Up & February Plans

February has been so dumb. It’s been so busy and everything has fallen apart a bunch of times and work has been stressful and friends have been stressful and sleep has been stressful and it’s been so dang cold. So I’m really glad that March is basically here and it’s not February anymore. I’m ready… Continue reading January Wrap Up & February Plans

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Books I Could Re-Read Forever

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted on That Artsy Reader Girl (previously on The Broke and the Bookish). This week’s theme is books that you can reread forever, and since I love rereading books, I definitely wanted to get in on this discussion. I don’t reread as much as I used to, since blogging means… Continue reading Books I Could Re-Read Forever

Everything Else

8 Things I’ve Learned From Working With Children

Life Chats (previously Small Business Sunday) is a weekly thing around here where I talk about random things related to being a music therapist, a small business owner, book blogger, and perpetually confused 20-something. As a music therapist, I work a lot with a wide variety of ages and abilities. But I kind of fell… Continue reading 8 Things I’ve Learned From Working With Children

Music Related

Saturday Song: The Village by Wrabel

Happy Saturday! As you’re reading this, I am working, at the zoo with one friend, doing a charity event with another friend, and generally being more social than I typically prefer to be on the one day I get the whole apartment to myself. But despite this, I still have a song for you! This… Continue reading Saturday Song: The Village by Wrabel

Reviews

Book Review: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Camellia Beauregard is a Belle. In the opulent world of Orléans, Belles are revered, for they control Beauty, and Beauty is a commodity coveted above all else. In Orléans, the people are born gray, they are born damned, and only with the help of a Belle and her talents can they transform and be made… Continue reading Book Review: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

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Book Review: Pen & Xander by Laekan Zea Kemp

Pen Prado has a passion for cooking. Specifically, cooking her father’s food in her father’s restaurant. It’s the heart of their immigrant neighborhood, a place where everyone belongs, and second chances are always on the menu. Except for Pen. Despite the fact that there’s something almost magic about her food, her father can’t imagine anything… Continue reading Book Review: Pen & Xander by Laekan Zea Kemp