Like any young adult into skincare I’ve been in & out of face masks. When I was a little kid, every once & a while my mom would put whatever face mask she was using on me & my siblings. Kinda like a family bonding thing. My mom always had high end department store ones… Read More Mask On.
Pardon the lack of updates, July or pretty much this whole summer as been crazy. This is a two parter (as you can tell from the title). I’ll try & sum some of it like this: Bad summer job, 3 huge tech problems, 1 person dropping out of our Lolla trip (had a feeling), relationship… Read More July…what was that? Part 1.
Growing up I’ve had decent skin, nothing extra ordinary but not so problematic I wanted to avoid going to school. I wanted to avoid school for other reasons but beyond that my skin wasn’t a major issue. My main issue growing up, especially when I got into high school, was stress. Even if I managed… Read More Glossier (or how I’ve mostly found a skin routine I like)
Editors note: This article was originally published also on my universities news site in which I am an editor. I will be sharing some of my published work, digital/print on here. Like clock work, has the last few weeks have slowly gotten warmer my inbox has been hit with every reminder of all the big… Read More The Do’s & Don’ts of Festival Season.
In the last few weeks with school & crazy life stuff I’ve drafted a bunch of stuff that I’m editing & hoping to publish regularly starting next week. In the meantime, I figure I’d do something to let you all get to know me. I’m a student at the University of Michigan(Go Blue!) and I’m… Read More A bit about the editor in chief.
Finnish studio Remedy is known for making very experimental games. Pushing a blend of cinematic gameplay, world building and characters battling moral decisions amongst the circumstances they find themselves in. Each of their sci fi games so far have a very detailed level of building and flow to their narratives. Often times though, there’s even… Read More Control Preview
Zombies are here and not going anywhere soon, despite seemingly a growing weariness. Whether they’re the result of a bio-weapon gone wrong, some undead curse or just a natural flu mutating, their moment in fiction, just like their characteristics, are swelling more and more. So in this beyond overcrowded genre, how does Days Gone find… Read More Days Gone Review