If you’ve noticed a pattern in my blogging style, it’s that almost every post is about something that happened at least a month ago…haha yup. That’s what makes this space so great! I’m not on a deadline and nobody is really judging (or reading for that matter).
There’s Six Flags. There’s Atlantic City. And then, there’s the Grounds for Sculpture. It’s a charming—dare I say enchanting—museum that reminds me of how I often take my stomping “grounds” (ba-dum-tsss) for granted. It made me think, “Could New Jersey be more than just its close proximity to New York City?” “Could I actually live here forever?” The world may never know…
Last month, my friend and I embarked on short day trip to Williamsburg, Brooklyn! A gentrified neighborhood where shops, cafés, and hipsters abound.
Do I believe in the “Law of Attraction” (i.e. the philosophical concept)? I don’t know. Do I like making collages and shit? YES. This is the vision board I made a few months ago to relieve work stress and avoid cleaning my room: