Finished reading: World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain πŸ“š I read this as a ebook, via my local library, and though it was intriguing and fascinating, I kept thinking that this is a book meant to be read as a hardcover, in your hands, so you can jump around to the different places […]

An absolute standing ovation from me for the movie CODA (2021) It’s proof that you don’t have to recycle stories but, tell the stories of people who aren’t normally featured in stories. Diversity and inclusion in art is absolutely meaningful. πŸŽ₯

I watched the first couple episodes of Mr. Corman and I’m finding it very intriguing. One thing that it gets really right is conveying the tension and anxiety with its sound design. I’m not sure where the rest of the season is headed but appreciate that it’s representing people who face anxiety issues, and how […]

I finally got around to watching Ip Man 4 (2019). I loved it, just as I loved the entire series. This one definitely hit different (pun accidentally intended) with the anti-Chinese sentiments in the movie juxtapositioned with what is happening in today’s world (with the multiple incidents of anti-Asian hate). πŸŽ₯

Finished reading: Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age by Annalee Newitz πŸ“š I found every page facinating and not only feel like I learned a lot of new things but that I want to continue learning more. πŸ“š

The anxiety brews when my phone battery slides closer and closer to 50% yet, it’s not the same with my car’s fuel tank. I’m good there until the 1/4 mark. Not a huge difference, of course, but a difference. And I’m spending this morning wondering “why?”.