phantom tollbooth book on a wooden surface

Me and Milo down by the Schoolyard

TW Depression The following is the beginning of Norton Juster’s infamous book The Phantom Tollbooth. While I don’t have it memorized per se, I do remember how much it resonated with me when I first heard it, and I think about it often, especially when I’m sinking into a depressive episode, like I have been recently… Chapter 1. Milo There was once a boy named … Continue reading Me and Milo down by the Schoolyard

Book Review: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties

This is not your parent’s self-help book. Your parent’s self-help book was about Making Your Dreams Happen! and Working Until You Inevitably Achieve Your Goals! Becoming a Rich Success! and Having it All! Self-help books now are all about how it’s okay to be stumbling around blindly hating yourself. You’re not alone. You’re not the only one who can’t afford to live or has no … Continue reading Book Review: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties