For Tea's Sake

02 May 19
Fashion Travels

Jane Fashion Travels Filipino Blogger and Youtuber | Fashion | Travel | Event | Food | Beauty | Lifestyle SHARETEA Bubble Tea Burjuman – Dubai blog Who’s addicted to bubble tea?? I guess we are all guilty to bubble tea or milk tea. I went to Malaysia last March and all I see are shops […]

27 Apr 19
A Tale of Tea Cities

By Margaux You dreamt of it, the Tea Crew did it. Sit down comfortably, brew yourself a cuppa, and enjoy reading the answers of these ten, non-essential questions about your favourite beverage. How the heck does tea grow? Let’s start with a simple one. That’s a long story that I’ll try to sum up for […]

26 Apr 19
Washington College Review

By: Eman Simms ’19, an English and German Studies double major. The following work was created for ENG 336: Postcolonial Literature. Brief description: ” ‘Coexistence of Creeds’ examines the beneficial and adverse effects of Catholicism in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel Purple Hibiscus. The essay argues that the outcome of following a religion depends on one’s […]

26 Apr 19
Whim WN

“They acted in all their power and ability, so that you can be happy when you finally wake up. Do not be afraid. Commend, and praise.”

“Yes~”

Rosemeine answered as she always had, with a soft and gentle smile. It was the Rosemeine that I had always known.

18 Apr 19
awrkhakhaya

In the dark of the night, I write about the light, paying prices made of season and wisdom with no bite. I challenged them each morning to investigate my plight. Capture all the images of parlors in delight.  On horse back drawn to carriage with Parliament in sight, Britain made an exit without respecting English […]

12 Apr 19
Businesses Gone Bad

Forbes 2017 Article Re Aftermath Appraiser’s Study (Mercer 24 pages) Well done analysis of the lead valuation expert in the case.  Shade thrown at Dr. Pratt.  Case is invaluable way of digging into valuation approaches. Business Divorce Roundup – Mahler Article Post Article About Billions and Sparks Money quote: “His position has always been that […]

13 Mar 19
YA on my Mind

The Shadow Glass by Rin Chupeco My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars In the highly anticipated finale to the Bone Witch trilogy, Tea’s life—and the fate of the kingdoms—hangs in the balance Tea is a bone witch with the dark magic needed to raise the dead. She has used this magic to breathe life into […]

11 Mar 19
WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEHMANN

The media has this funny way of portraying people of color, a subtlety to the racism. We may think that we have come so far, and in many ways we have, but that doesn’t mean that racism and the single dimensional portrayal of people of color does not exist. In the words of Snoop Dogg, […]

08 Mar 19
None of this is Normal

Thursday March 7, 2019

24 Feb 19
Gigglemug Book Club

End Date:  March 30th Author:  Naomi Novik Published:  2018 Genre:  Fantasy Pages:  466 (hardcover) Selected By:  BillMo Average Review: 

19 Feb 19
Amanda Explains It

 Here is Part 2 of the worst soda ranked! Today I bring you the worst “diet” sodas. If you missed part 1 you can click here Diet Sodas Diet soda isn’t really any better than regular because their artificial sweeteners are sweeter than sugar, resulting in a host of health issues (and weight gain). Diet sodas […]

21 Jan 19
Modern Miss Bennet

Leigh nominated me for this award in–wait for it–June. In all fairness, I was on vacation at the time, up to my elbows in brambles and up to my ears in gelato. But still–seven months? For heaven’s sake, you say, what’s kept you? A few somethings, to be honest. When I got back from said […]

07 Jan 19
London Meets Paris

2018 was a hard year for me in many ways and it’s a year that just whizzed by.  I know everybody says the same at the end of each year but when your kids start telling you the same, you know it’s true. When I was a little girl, a year seemed like an eternity, I don’t seem to remember ever agreeing with my mum when she said “hasn’t the year flown by” but my kids tell me all the time how fast the year’s gone.

04 Jan 19
ShoelessWriter

My Magical Read-a-thon did not go at all how I had wanted it to.  Life completely got in the way.  And I had decided, as of the New Year, to scrap that TBR and just start fresh.  My plan was to start with the book my husband got me for Christmas.  But life really doesn’t […]

14 Dec 18
John Cordial

Caldyr put the last ornament on her little cactus and bit down a smile. Her tiny, old apartment didn’t exactly come alive for the holiday season, but a few decorations helped. “Looks good,” Reynardine said. “You want me to pick up some tinsel? On my way to the store in just a minute.” “Tinsel?” Caldyr […]