Sex with Emily: Sex-Ed Just Improved

Talking about sex is somewhat of a taboo subject in society. It is so not a main stream conversation that we may not even talk about with our friends. Even if it is to figure out how to get better pleasure in our sex life. So let me introduce you to Sex with Emily.

The Sun and Her Flowers: Feminine Poetry

It is a collection published under the title, The Sun and Her Flowers. Her style remains as distinctive as her first collection. She combines artistry of language with a bluntness of wisdom from life. Her line artwork even adds to the artistry within the pages.

Delicious Gifts: Red Pepper Chutney

I am the type of gift giver that tries to give personal gifts to friends and loved ones.  This is usually in the form of tasty treats like cookies or jam (see my family recipe here). However, some people do not like sweets. I also get tired of making the same recipes over and over again. 

I recently checked out Delicious Gifts by Jess McCloskey. It is a book filled with recipes for edible gifts that any amateur chef can complete.

The Great British Baking Show: Holiday Edition

I love baked goods. The sweet ones and the savory ones. You can never go wrong when your creation comes from the oven. 

I love the holidays. The seasonal flavors. The celebrations. The gifts. What is not to love?

I also love The Great British Baking Show. It is one of my favorite shows.

So combine all those elements together and you get The Great British Baking Show: Holiday Edition, which you can binge on Netflix.

Elements of Style: Grammar Handbook

Elements of Style was a book recommend by writer’s group as many writers in our group are getting close to finish their manuscript, and would need to start editing them. You can insert the sounds of groans here. It is a difficult thing to do, which is why this book was brought up. I checked it out from the local library out f curiosity and was surprised for many reasons.

Revisiting Italian Baker

Last year, I found this wonderful cookbook about Italian baking in my local library. It was called Italian Baker. I took a few of the recipes in this cook book and tried them out to see how well the recipes were written and if they were as tasty as I thought they could be. I was very happy and so was my belly. I was so happy to not only keep a copy of the recipes that I tried, but copied a few more recipes to try in the near future. With some free time recently, I revisited these recipes that I hadn’t tried yet and picked one to try out.

Aimless Love: Poetry for the Love of Poetry

Poetry is a love affair with literature. It is a game between language and imagery. Aimless Love by Billy Collins is a collection of poetry that is from a different moments of his writing

Cold Case Files Classic: Real Life Detective Stories

I love a good detective story. It is all about putting the pieces into place and justice being found for the victims. Last year, I reviewed the Cold Case Files that were updated on Netflix. This year, the classic has been added to Netflix.

Milk and Honey: Modern Poetry about Women

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur is a collection of poetry about that examines growing up, love, and what it means to be a women. I personally love her poems that are about what it means to be women as it felt like I was looking back at my own musings and dialogues I have had with my female friends in a artistic format. It shows the strength in femininity, and the inherent vulnerability that comes with it. The contradiction we, as women, face when dealing with our bodies.

Travels with My Father: Comedy and Travel

Need a pick me up? How about a laugh? How about a show that is relatable and dysfunctional examples of family? Then, I might suggest the Netflix series, Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father.