It seems like where literary references once reigned supreme, they now have been usurped by phrases invented by reality TV stars and YouTubers. I’m not necessarily saying that the new colloquialisms are bad. However, I think that we should bring back the literary references too. You know, let the old and new intermingle together to create a hodgepodge of cultural references. Here are some literary references that I think we should use more often so that they don’t become forgotten.
Happy late Valentine’s Day, everyone! Maybe some of you are sad that the holiday is over, and maybe some of you are a bit bummed that it’s done. Either way, the celebration of love doesn’t have to end on February 14th. Here are some lines from movies that I think are pretty doggone romantic but that aren’t really celebrated or well-known.
The other day, I was talking with two fellas, and they were discussing how great it is to be alive. So, in honor of those two gentlemen, I’ve decided to do a series on some of the best feelings in the world.
Sometimes, the only answer is to finding more time in your day is to become more efficient with your existing time. Therefore, I have done some research on how to use one's time efficiently, and the majority of my findings have pointed to the following list of tips.
We all have that book that captured us instantly. When we first read it, we would be so engrossed in the story that we wouldn’t even remember turning the pages. However, sometimes these books lose their initial allure and the magic that overcame us upon the first reading. Here are some of the books that I wish I could recapture the experience of reading them for the first time.
I told you in my post, “Well, Would You Look at That: One Lovely Blog Nomination” that I was going to make a list of the reasons why I love lists. Well, here it is. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you listception!