Michelle Obama just published her first memoir, Becoming, in November, and it is well worth the read. The former first lady details her life growing up in the south side of Chicago, sticking out at university, and meeting her husband and future president of the United States.
No matter what my relationship status is, I’ve always loved Valentine’s Day. Of course, you should show your loved ones that you love them every day of the year.
It’s only natural to get festive as soon as December hits. The Christmas tree is up, presents wrapped and your favourite Christmas songs are on repeat.
I don’t know about everyone else, but for me, the holidays this year are rolling through faster than the Polar Express goes down that massive ice-covered hill on the way to the North Pole.
The holidays are here, which means there’s a lot more excitement (and chaos) around us than usual. People are coming together for the season, taking part and preparing for traditions with loved ones.
As humans, we’re blessed—and cursed—with the awareness of the fact that we are all inevitably going to die someday. Because of this, there seems to be a universal fear of death.
I don’t know about you, but now that fall in full swing, all I want to do is curl up on the couch with my tea, a cozy blanket, and a good book (though to be honest, sometimes Netflix calls to me a little louder some days).