How often do you say “no” to things that would interfere with your goals? When I read this question, I was taken aback. Normally, when it comes to goals and choices, it is more about making those goals and saying yes to good things that can change your life. This question is asking ME ifContinue reading “Journal Prompts, 3/28/23”
Tag Archives: Love
Featured Book: As You Are (2008)
Overview: I am an avid fan of historical fiction writer Sarah M. Eden. Usually, she writes Regency Era romances. The third book in Eden’s Jonquil brothers series, As You Are, takes place in Regency Era England and focuses on the quietest of the seven Jonquil sons, Corbin. Completely smitten with a widow Clara Bentford, who recently movedContinue reading “Featured Book: As You Are (2008)”
Snow-white and the Seven Dwarfs Review: Is Snow white really Disney’s weakest princess?
For those interested, I rated this movie based on different levels personal experience. It is based on a system I learned in college. If you are interested in learning more, check out my post! (Click HERE) Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937) was Walt Disney’s first-ever full-length animated film and it skyrocketed Walt Disney Studio’sContinue reading “Snow-white and the Seven Dwarfs Review: Is Snow white really Disney’s weakest princess?”
9Jedit Strikes Again!
I really just think I will keep posting 9Jedit’s artwork until there is none left to look through, so enjoy it while you can and please visit their TWITTER ACCOUNT.
The Idea of Game of Thrones: The value we give to truth
Visual media has a way of permeating and changing us subliminally, like any of the arts and letters, but on a more extreme level. Visual narratives naturally pair with music and philosophy and help audiences bond with characters that inspire dreams and ideas. What entertains us changes us and, if we allow it, it shiftsContinue reading “The Idea of Game of Thrones: The value we give to truth”