TTT: Books I Enjoy, But Rarely Talk About

I’m always down to shout about under-shouted books, so this week’s That Artsy Reader Girl TTT topic is one of my favorites. I know that I’m definitely a culprit of constantly yelling about the same books, so I’m going to do my best to only include books on this list that I’ve never talked about […]

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TAG: I Want to Read, But Also Don’t Want to Read

I saw this tag over on Marie’s blog @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books, and it looks like so much fun. It was created by Jamieson @ Jamishelves! While I do purchase books pretty often with absolutely no basis other than the usual title/cover/summary intrigue, there are quite a few that I’ve been on the fence […]

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Bookshelf Tour: Buddhism & Yoga

Welcome to the second week of the bookshelf tour! Last week: Nonfiction. ICYMI, since I’m not on Booktube, and never will be, I wanted to travel through my shelves on a biweekly adventure on the blog. Since these are going to be pretty long, I won’t ramble on, so let’s get to it! Most of […]

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TBR Alphabet Tag

Ohhhh, this tag is going to call me out big time, and you’re all going to have a quick moment of jaw-dropping at the sheer amount of unread owned books that I have. Welp. Better to rip it off like a Band-Aid than keep hiding all these unread skeletons in my bookshelf. I found this […]

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College Lessons: You Don’t Have to Read Based on Your Age

I started my freshman year of college in September 2010. I went to the University of Maine at Farmington because, back then, it was the only public school that offered Creative Writing as a major. I wanted to give my mom a little bit of a heart attack, so I only applied to UMF. The […]

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Cultural Appropriation in Western Yoga

Well, if that title isn’t enough to make you go oh boy, buckle up. This is going to be a ride. Civil and polite, yes, but a ride nonetheless. A few housekeeping things before we begin: I’ve been teaching yoga since July 2016. I’ve been practicing yoga AND Tibetan Buddhism since December 2011. I am […]

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