CH-CH-CHANGES

Oh… hey there! It’s been a while. Over these last few weeks of not posting or writing, I’ve been thinking a lot about this blog. What are my intentions? Am I doing this blog for myself or for others? What is my “why?” Blah… Blah… Blah… So, this is what I’ve concluded from my impromptu break from […]

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THE DRIVE TO VEGAS

The other night Franco and I, a.k.a. Fairy Seinfeld got together for a night of writing. We’re trying to do it every week, so yay! We did a warm-up exercise created by him, which was so much fun to write! I’ll share it next week. I knew I had today’s post to write, so I said, “Let’s write […]

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MARCH

It’s March & it’s my favorite month & it’s a new memoir & it’s almost Spring & it’s my favorite month! This month we’re reading another Augusten Burroughs book, This is How. I don’t know much about it, other than it’s written by my favorite writer! Also… confession…. I didn’t finish last month’s book. I’ll […]

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FEBRUARY

It’s the first of the month, which means it’s a new Memoir of the month! BUT, Like I mentioned in an Instagram post, I’ve barely made it through January’s memoir. SO, we’re extending it to a two monther. February’s Memoir of the Month is still: Slouching Towards Bethlehem by Joan Didion This is a no judgment zone, member? […]

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JANUARY

January’s Memoir of the Month is: Slouching Towards Bethlehem by Joan Didion Back in May of last year, shortly before graduation, I was working on a paper at my school’s bar and place of work. Sitting at the bar top to my left, was my manager, and to my right an Anthropology professor I had just met. […]

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DECEMBER

December’s Memoir of the Month is You Better Not Cry by Augusten Burroughs. I found it only fitting to read this memoir in December because it’s a Christmas themed collection of essays. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, I think this book is still worth the read because Augusten Burroughs’ writing will make you feel like you’re […]

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MEMOIR OF THE MONTH

Photo by Devin Jenkins mem·oir [mem-wahr, -wawr] noun a record of events written by a person having intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. an account of one’s personal life and experiences; autobiography.   This blog is about many things, but most importantly, to me anyway, it’s about the memoir. On the first of […]

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