Blogging is allegedly dead, and for the writing crowd, newsletters supposedly are the new thing. Most of my writing energy this year has gone towards my book manuscript (don’t ask for an ETA because IDK), but with the pandemic, I’ve found new ways to express my creativity. Aside from painting and piano, I’ve become obsessed… Continue reading Is this really the Golden Age of TikTok?
At the beginning of each season, I like to share a new reading list. This summer, however, will be a little different. I’m highlighting a few books about race and stats, particularly with regards to Black Lives Matter and the COVID-19 Pandemic. I actually didn’t read any books from my spring reading list. The libraries… Continue reading Mary’s Summer 2020 Reading List
As someone who has been shamelessly posting cringe dance videos since the beginning of YouTube as a young teen, I fully embraced TikTok much sooner than my twenty-something peers. TikTok is a video editing app in the form of social media, and ICYMI, it’s having a moment. I personally don’t think it’s a fad because… Continue reading Teach Me How to TikTok – on the Content for Another Day Podcast
Earlier this year, I was discussing with a friend my 2019 intention of curiosity, especially in the realm of ~woo-woo~. She recommended a reading with a clairvoyant psychic. I was immediately skeptical, and I didn’t think about it for several months. When we talked again and she told me that if I didn’t get anything… Continue reading A Clairvoyant Reading to Conclude My Year of Curiosity
At the beginning of each season, I like to share a new reading list — not only for compiling my book recommendations, but for the sake of accountability. But first, have you ordered my book yet? Have you written a review? I’m in the middle of working on my second book, and while fiction is… Continue reading Mary’s Winter 2019 Reading List