Tickle my fancy: fall

YouTube: I Love You Jesus Music Video – Trisha Paytas (Because only Trisha can have a video about her sugar daddy experiences and then this… I mean. Queen. Brain fart.) Movie: Lolita Tool: Double Check For Vegans (ingredient check) Instagram: BoopMyNose Twitter: Thoughts of Dog Stand up: Frenchy (especially this set) Tip: coconut oil for makeup removing, if like me you struggle with dry skin in the winter. Product: SIMS pet edition (Dan and Phil playing it) Pickup line: What’s your favorite silverware? Because I like to spoon! Murder mystery: The murder of JonBenét Ramsey. For this that I know of my low-key disturbing serial killer…

Tickle my fancy: summer.

Book:  Chris Thompson’s ‘Six In A Row’. Amazon review: I can’t comment on the accuracy of the football player names or the game descriptions but as someone who’s not interested in football whatsoever I still very much enjoyed the book. It’s filled with humor and life lessons, it’s ironic and the main character is both frustrating and compelling. You’d think with the book focusing on real-life events it would be predictable, but the author has found a way to keep the readers on their toes. I definitely recommend! Article: Jack Milford’s ‘Rhetorical revolution: from Cicero to Trump’ Video: Claire Wineland’s ‘what it feels…

Tickle my fancy: spring.

On the old blogging platform I tried to do monthly favorites posts, but in all honesty, I am a boring person and throughout one month don’t accumulate enough ‘things’ to share with the world (and people don’t really care that much either) so I’ve decided to change the concept of these and post them whenever I feel like it. Because I can. So without further ado… Album: Khalid: American Dream Song: Nina Simone – Blackbird New musician discovery: Lostboycrow and Tom Walker Book: Born A Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah Movie: Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important…

50 things that make me happy.

I believe during this awful time – look at what’s happening around the world – it’s important to find comfort in small things to keep positive, here are 50 little things that make me happy. Coming up with this list was surprisingly harder than I thought it would. I guess that’s rather sad and sort of a red flag, wouldn’t you agree? P.s. That’s a very happy Simona in the photo above from a few summers ago. Grocery shopping and cooking nice meals. The market (for food) and little street markets.  Freshly shaved legs and other bits *;)*. Gigs. Christmas –…