Sesame Streetcontinues to have amazing points about how to live your life. Tom Hiddleston and Cookie Monster were on to something when it comes to delayed gratification. Read More Delayed Gratification Works for Me
It’s been ten years since I started my big foreign adventure. In this loose series, I talk to the immigrants I met in 2005 and those I’m only meeting now. They all tell me a bit about the changes that the last decade has brought for them.<a href="http://persephonemagazine.com/2015/02/ten-years-on-ben/#more-160477" class="more-link">Read More Ten Years On: Ben
The Shittiest Princess is a series of funny fairy tales for those of us who ain’t exactly cartoon princesses. Stay tuned for a new adventure every week! You can find the whole series here.
In the dankest depths of the darkest month of the year, Blorgvember, happened the most horrid holiday this side of a dirty cat butt: Valentine’s Day. Everything awful in Kingdomville occurred in Blorgvember, unless you were Princess Poot, the shittiest princess, who experienced Eeyore-levels of downpour all year. Her peers once mock-elected her Mayor of Loserville, but the surprisingly-haughty citizens of Loserville didn’t want her any more than the Kingdomvillains did.
This has been the longest day ever, and I had a very busy weekend. I’m wanting this week to be over already, and it’s only Tuesday. I’m taking some time out for myself this evening. I’m reading my book and not answering the phone. Read More This Open Thread Is Taking Some Time Out for Herself
Released through famed indie label Rough Trade Records, The Sundays’ first single, “Can’t Be Sure,” is an great snapshot of the band at their most Smiths and Bunnymen-esque. Let us travel back to 1989 England, shall we?
I adopted my two children from Ethiopia four years ago. Since then, I have developed a network of friends who have adopted internationally, and they have been invaluable as resources and sounding boards. Read More Why I Can’t Recommend Adopting Internationally
At this point, nearly everybody has seen it. A New Zealander man, an Armenian woman, a baby with Down Syndrome, and a GoFundMe that showed that the world cares. Read More Baby Leo, Down Syndrome, and Our Collective Failure to See the Big Picture
Did you watch this week? Read More Weekly Anime Review