I love poetry. Not only do I love poetry, but I have great adoration and admiration for works that implement the conventions of prose and witty imagery to express simple topics, even dating.
In a brilliant performance, poet Mark Grist shares what he wants in a girl. While he loves tits and ass (who doesn’t,) remarkably the one trait he really looks for in a woman is a love for reading. Yes, he seeks a girl that reads. Continue reading “Brilliant Poetry x Visuals | ‘Girls Who Read’ by Mark Grist”
I wrote this quite some time ago, but as grad school quickly approaches and I embark on a new career path in graphic design, this piece of literature has been speaking to me daily.
Out of all the works by Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! has always inspired me to move forward in life and to forge new paths. Even though I know at some roads I’ll fall, I still have to keep moving forward and embark on this journey of ambition that will take me to great places.
So, I leave you with a heavy dosage of witty wisdom from Dr. Seuss. 🙂
Check out the entire text Continue reading “Think.Believe.Inspire | Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss”
Bookstores are my addiction; give me some coffee, I’ll browse for hours! Whenever I see a bookstore, especially if it isn’t a mainstream chain, I have to clear my schedule and go spend several hours browsing every section. And even though … Continue reading Hey Diddle Diddle: Books I Loved As a Kid
Curious about publishing your own book? Or perhaps you’ve attempted publishing with CreateSpace and Kindle, but to no avail, your efforts were halted by formatting issues. Well if either of those questions are concerns you’ve experienced, then fret not, the … Continue reading Double Latte Books: Affordable Book Formatting Directly for CreateSpace & Kindle
Remember the days in middle school & high school when your teacher would assign you a textbook for the entire semester/year? It would usually be during that first or second day of class. The teacher would show up with a … Continue reading Save $$$ | Rent Your Textbooks & Plant a Tree
My, my, my…yet again the state of Black dating has hit the media circuits. Usually I prefer to avoid commenting on the media frenzy surrounding Black women and the epidemic facing them in finding potential mates, but I figure I’d … Continue reading The Black Dating “Crisis”