‘Inspire Me’

While I haven’t been posting blog posts lately, I’m still posting over Instagram. Thank you in advance for the follow, and have a great fall weekend… View this post on Instagram A post shared by πšπš‘πšŽ π™»πš’πšπšπš•πšŽ πšƒπš‘πš’πš—πšπŸ» (@thelittle_thing5)

A Writer’s Vacation

As I step outside the Boston airport, my brown leather writing suitcase and I are greeted by familiar sounds, smells and a cool New England breeze on a busy Friday afternoon. As we continue to find our way to the big blue Brockton and Plymouth bus, the thick Boston accents that we continue to hearContinue reading “A Writer’s Vacation”

Visiting Baseball Stadiums On Your Bucket List

Major League Baseball is one month into its’ 2017 Regular Season. And, it’s that time of the year when sports fan bases across North America not only mark their calendars for ballgames that they’re willing to pay to see in person, but also a time when fans look forward to potentially visiting a new ballparkContinue reading “Visiting Baseball Stadiums On Your Bucket List”

These San Francisco Thing5

  These San Francisco Thing5 -By Paris Kim For while, I’ve not written anything I actually do consider good. My first love for the little thing that would influence my whole being was an attempt at a novel. I can fondly remember senior year of high school as not only being when I completed aContinue reading “These San Francisco Thing5”

the Little Thing5 In San Francisco, CA

A big thank you to Paris Kim for representing the Little Thing5 in her home city, on the West Coast. Paris is a writer based out of San Francisco, California, who established a personal brand through her efficient blog, A Week By The Bay. This inspirational writer who was born and raised in San FranΒ doesContinue reading “the Little Thing5 In San Francisco, CA”

Mid-November

The early morning arrives… The sun rises later and the sound of the AM crickets are no longer heard like they were in the recent months. Instead what’s alive and kicking against my window is the whistling of the wind and the cry of a passing train, which peacefully fades. From that alone, I canContinue reading “Mid-November”

‘Hollow-ween’

October 31, Halloween. Originally a holiday honoring the dead, which gets celebrated differently across the globe. Here, in the United States, the holiday is celebrated with costume wearing, kids trick-or-treating for candy, costume parties and watching spooky movies etc. Yet, it seems that Halloween in the U.S. has become more hollow, and could be re-titledContinue reading “‘Hollow-ween’”

My Favorite Time Of ‘The Day’

If you were to approach me while walking outside on a bright and sunny summer day and say, “Wow, what a beautiful day out today! Isn’t it?” I may in fact smile, nod my head and agree with you. But, truth be told is I would lying to you. It’s about 90’s degrees outside andContinue reading “My Favorite Time Of ‘The Day’”