My Go-To Lo-fi Playlists

One of the major reasons that I have been able to really get anything that I needed done throughout these last few months has been because of lo-fi music. Lo-fi music is sound productions that have slight imperfections to them that would be considered errors in traditional scores. These “imperfections” become intentional in lo-fi music and become integral parts of the listening experience. These lo-fi … Continue reading My Go-To Lo-fi Playlists

Halfway Through CiviilyReads365

At the beginning of 2018, I set a number of challenges for myself. One of those challenges was to create a bookish Instagram account and post every single day, all 365 days, of 2018. So far, I’ve posted every single day of 2018. I’ve made 182 posts, with today’s being the 183rd post and I’m not stopping anytime soon. I set this challenge for myself … Continue reading Halfway Through CiviilyReads365

Bullet Journaling: My thoughts and experience

I’ve always been a planner. I like having a plan. I like being organized. It’s just the way I’ve always been. And I’ve had a physical planner for as long as I can remember. (I actually still have most of them tucked up in a box somewhere. I blame my father for my hoarding tendencies.) It keeps me on track, it keeps everything in order, … Continue reading Bullet Journaling: My thoughts and experience

My 8 Tips For Surviving Comic Conventions

I went to my first comic convention last year (Calgary Comic Expo) and it was an amazing and exhaustive experience. I took in some amazing live panels, got to meet some amazing guests and got their autographs, got a little shopping done, and had a photo op with Stephen Amell, Robbie Amell, and David Ramsey. I also picked up some tips and tricks that may … Continue reading My 8 Tips For Surviving Comic Conventions