As a kid, my bike was my prized possession.
It was a tiny, magenta bike, with glittery streamers, that I tended to pull apart because it was irresistible not to. I rode fast around the pool in my backyard, flying over deep-rooted tree trunks and ducking under branches. My backyard wasn’t “ideal” riding conditions (and now realizing that most bikes are made for paved roads), but it was sufficient. And I loved it.
There are different ways to be an advocate.
You can protest. You can raise awareness through social media. You can start activist groups in your neighborhood.
I think there’s a misconception about writers: either that we all sit in cafes in berets, sipping lattes. Or that we’re all overly emotional, still in high school, and wear turtleneck sweaters.
If you’re looking for a heart-warming film about living your best life today, Then Came You is not the film for you.
It's YA-novel-turned-blockbuster-movie counterparts such as The Fault in Our Stars, Me Earl and The Dying Girl, and A Walk to Remember are sure to give you the warm fuzzies. Even check out Fox’s 2014 comedy-drama series Red Band Society for a touching story about friendship, acceptance, and identity.
HBO’s pro-feminist chilling series Big Little Lies premiered it’s second season last night.
Buzz created from the guest-appearance of iconic actress Meryl Streep from last night’s premiere was still electric in the morning as seen on Twitter, proving that everyone still needs a little Meryl in their life.
Tyler, the Creator got it right.
His latest 12 track album draped in high-pitched vocals, intense drums, and 80s synthesizers take us back to a time where artists sang from the heart, instead of about their riches.