July went by way too fast.
I say this probably only because I didn’t accomplish nearly all the things I needed/wanted to, but it’s also true in general! I can’t believe summer is over—not season-wise, technically, but I count summer as over when I have to return to school.
I think this month probably hit me hardest in terms of mindless activity at home during a pandemic, and needing to do all these different things but not being able to make myself do them. But I’m trying hard to forgive myself because god, it’s a pandemic! I can catch myself a break as long as I’m not spreading a deadly virus.
I’ve decided to stop sharing the same list of BLM resources with every post because it’s likely become something you just scroll past, so instead, going forward, I’m going to be sharing (at least) one new resource: If you have money to spare, please consider looking through this hashtag to find a Black trans person to help out!!
Continue reading “May’s Moments of the Month: July // I Read My Most Anticipated 2020 Release and Sobbed”
Was June even real? Be honest.
It felt like the month happened in a blur. But I guess that can be blamed on the fact that my mental health wasn’t so great! It also felt like I was doing so many things but also nothing at the same time? I’m doing things, like reading and writing and blogging, but it all feels so pointless.
Anyways, I’m going to take this opportunity to remind you to be keeping up with current events, sharing resources, and donating if you can! I’ve been including BLM resources in my posts but I also want to bring attention to Palestine: donate to these orgs, educate yourself, share resources.
Click for BLM resources.
Continue reading “May’s Moments of the Month: June // Rough Mental Health and Favorite TV Shows”
Hi, it’s been a month.
If you’ve been paying attention to the news or social media at all within the last few days, Black lives Matter protests have been taking place to demand justice for the murder of George Floyd and countless other Black people at the hands of the police. Please go ahead and unfollow me if you disagree with BLM, ACAB, or the protests happening right now—it’s honestly best for the both of us!
I have a platform on this blog, and I think it’s very important that I use it. Please do not stay silent on these matters, now and in the future, and make sure to be actively anti-racist every single day. Here is a list of different things you can do right now:
Continue reading “May’s Moments of the Month: May // End of School, Asian Books, and What to Do For Black Lives Matter”
Did April even happen? Was it actually real?
April honestly felt like it lasted .2 minutes. I haven’t left the house in a over a month at this point (7 weeks going on 8 baby!!) and I’m pretty okay with that. But it truly does feel like only yesterday I started doing online school, and I can’t believe it’s already been over a month that things started getting really serious in the US!
Today I’ll be wrapping up what happened in April, including a very average reading month, a very above average writing month, and gay Thai dramas!!
Continue reading “May’s Moments of the Month: April // Meh Reading but Lots of Writing!!”
March was an absolute mess.
It’s a blur in my head but it also lasted like three years somehow. And, as is being proclaimed all over the internet, 2020 is sucking so far, March being the worst!!
But I’m very privileged to live a life where I can afford to live at home and not attend school, and I strangely had a… pretty good month? Despite everything going on right now from COVID-19, I managed to somehow do great while everything around me just burned to the ground. I’m not like other girls!!!!
Today, I’m going to be talking about what March was like for me, because it was actually decent for once in my life!!
Continue reading “May’s Moments of the Month: March // I Read 23 Books and I Wasn’t Sad… What’s Going On”