Turn Off The Radio

Like anyone else who has to commute an hour to their workplace the tunes we listen to on our ride in are essential, especially in the morning. But let’s not forget the mixed anxious feelings, plus relief the ride home entails either. Yes, the one when you feel like Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire, as…

Nashville

A look back at an unforgettable weekend down in Nashville, Tennessee. It just so happened to be the NHL’s All-Star Weekend as well, so the Little Thing5 had to make a surprise visit in the Music City. Post to follow… Follow McKenna’s coverage of the NHL at About Sports

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 a…

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 Fran does…

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 can…

tLT5 Promo Post

A special thanks to Caitlyn Bahrenburg for her recent social media post appreciating the little things, which also supports my writing and brand. Caitlyn and is a fantastic writer and is a journalist for the Northern Valley Suburbanite. More posts to follow, and you can also check out more of my creative writing on Instagram…

‘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-titled…