academic, Literary Commentary, Psychology

writing || Flying Purple People Eater: Spiritual Regression in “My Father’s Garden” | IB HL English Paper One Commentary

This was my [IB, HL English, Paper 1, mock-exam] commentary essay on the poem "My Father's Garden" by David Wagoner. In my class, we wrote this as our official midterm exam, and were given two hours. I was proud of the product so I decided to share it here. I enjoyed writing the essay too… Continue reading writing || Flying Purple People Eater: Spiritual Regression in “My Father’s Garden” | IB HL English Paper One Commentary

ideas & perspectives, Literary Commentary, Psychology

writing || Charisma, Love and Psychology | 4AM Coffee-Induced Thoughts

Couldn't fall asleep Friday night because I drank a Brazilian Hazelnut Latte Espresso (gotta try new things right?) around 5pm so... this happened. If you want to skip to the good stuff: Lots of me talking about things and getting distracted by other things (1:00) How to have more charisma (10:45) What does it mean… Continue reading writing || Charisma, Love and Psychology | 4AM Coffee-Induced Thoughts

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organization || Bullet Journaling for Bloggers + International Notebook Giveaway [OPEN]

SO excited to be partnering with Tosin from Mint Printcess for Mistral Spirit's FIRST EVER GIVEAWAY! ENTER HERE: https://gleam.io/X8ZpY/mistral-spirit-customized-mintprintcess-dotted-notebook-giveaway It's entirely free, open internationally, and the lucky (randomly selected) winner will receive an AMAZING customized dotted notebook from the MintPrintcess Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MintPrintcess?ref=search_shop_redirect Giveaway is open until February 12, at 11:59pm. You can have up… Continue reading organization || Bullet Journaling for Bloggers + International Notebook Giveaway [OPEN]

academic, ideas & perspectives, Philosophy

writing || The Postmodern Problem: A Critique of Postmodernism in Politics

This essay was largely inspired by Jordan Peterson and the many controversies happening recently in Canada. It was written for my politics class, but when I started working on it I realized that I wasn't producing or saying what I wanted to given the format of the rubric and guidelines and such, so I sat… Continue reading writing || The Postmodern Problem: A Critique of Postmodernism in Politics