[Handpicked: April]

This is a new segment on this written show of Sneha’s life. {insert music here} It’s not as morbid as you would think. It’s just the theme of the month: stories of ‘happy’ or ‘awestruck’ tears in honor of April showers, plus I figured I was running out of long nostalgic things to write about so I’d […]

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[RGC 92.] Finnegans Wake by James Joyce

[read: I don’t know how to feel right now.] » Must haves: nothing but a pencil. Nothing will save you from the confusion (maybe an Oxford English Dictionary if you must) as it is, might as well jump feet first. » Pairs well with: a small black Moleskine to keep a dream journal for your own wake. I. […]

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[RGC 326.] Walden by Henry David Thoreau

[read: I get it, you like the woods] » Must haves: Nature. » Pairs well with: Nature. But seriously, throw in Emerson’s essays to spice it up as you read. The time a Massachusetts man decided to go live in the woods and fulfill a lifelong dream of writing about it. Theory: great, we love nature too! Practicality: please […]

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[RGC 315.] Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

[read: grab a tissue, or like 35] » Must haves: reading this is like getting all the wisdom you wanted at once, so I recommend keeping a mason jar with notes for what you take away from these kinds of reads – mine holds a set of wishes I hope will come true. » Pairs well with: […]

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24/1 with Tiffany [read: literally 24 hours, 1 day with Tiffany]

This past weekend, my personal land mermaid Tiffany came to visit Boston for a total of 24 hours. Setting the scene: I was already sick for a week and a half with a deathly cough (don’t worry I’m still living, this is not a message from beyond the grave) so Tiffany chose to take on […]

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