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#100DaysofIrisBlogging

For my first ever 100 Day Project, I chose blogging. My goal was to capture the thoughts I have, the revelations and all the feelings. And I did. Not always organized, and not always amazing, but the thoughts are my own right in the moment. In these three or so months, I had some big […]

100/100 a worthy achievement

Happy?. When I look back in days, the start felt like a million years ago, back in April when I still had school, exams, new classes to navigate, and all the beautiful graduation activities. Looking back in posts, on the other hand, makes me feel like the days were quick and that I didn’t produce […]

99/100 the perfect summer day

is every day. It’s got hours of talking and laughing in the kitchen, making what food we can. Fruity drinks, Milano cookies, and applied sunscreen. Gentle sleeps in the hammock, cool sleeps in front of the television. Everything is going to be ok, and we’ll be together forever. The sweetness of the sun leaves its […]

98/100 reading!

At the start of 2018, I had the goal of reading 20 books by the time I went off to college in August. With the help of the public library and Goodreads, I achieved this yesterday! I want to better honor my small achievements, so here are the 20 books I read! Me being me, […]

97/100 planning a photo shoot

In the process of redoing the magazine’s website, I’m planning a photo shoot to get some pretty photos for it! Photography has such power in websites (frustrating at times) and I hope to do the magazine justice! Here’s the plan for the photo shoot! Theme: sunny film, with a slight grayness over everything. Lots of […]

96/100 ready player one

This movie was a lot better than I expected. The VR animation wasn’t bad, the clues and the process kept my attention, and it didn’t quit too soon. I don’t have much to say about this movie, other than it was incredibly enjoyable. A good old fashioned mystery adventure movie in a VR-run future and […]

95/100 free thoughts

This evening, I started reading Motherhood by Sheila Heti. Her writing style reminded me a lot of how I used to write. I used to write my thoughts down how they came, and now I just leave them to be thought in my mind. I’m thinking of making my last post a big list of […]

94/100 summer sunsets

Sunsets are the most beautiful in the summer, and I can’t help but feel guilty every time I miss one. They make you want to sit outside and just look around you, breathing in the night air as if for the first time. The temperatures are still hot, however, so unless you have a hammock, […]

93/100 how to picnic

A recipe for a nice, easy picnic: 1. Gather your blankets, napkins, utensils, and other necessities (sunscreen!) 2. Bring a cooler with some crackers and a cheese knife and someone else brings the forks. 3. Head to the local fancy grocery store and get two international cheeses, after smelling every cheese available of course. 4. […]

92/100 stardew Valley

I’ve been meaning to play this for a while, and finally started. I can’t stop. It’s so sweet, makes my love so happy, and keeps me occupied.