Iona Iverson’s Rules for Commuting

Have you ever realized how many of the same people you see on a daily commute? 🚞 Have you ever accidentally made eye contact with them, tried to smile, but instead it became a game of who can look away faster and a whole pile of awkwardness is filling up the train? 😳 In a…

Go Set A Watchmen : Book Review

Were you one of the lucky ones forced to read Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird in highschool? 🕊 I sure was! And thank goodness because if it weren’t for my high school English teacher, I never would have been introduced to such a phenomenon! 📚 This Sequel was released after Harper Lee passed away…

The Paper Palace

Where do I start with this book? Perhaps that I didn’t like it? It gave me bad dreams😫, I cried 4 times😭 and then at the end I actually kinda liked it?🤔 Are you confused too? 🤯 The Paper Palace is a heartfelt, gut wrenching novel that goes back and forth between the protagonists life…

Caviar Dreams, Tuna Fish Budget: Book Review

One of my biggest guilty pleasures is reality tv. Yes. All of it. The Bachelor/Bachelorette🌹, Hell’s Kitchen🔪, Survivor⚔️, Shahs of Sunset🌅, Family Karma 🇮🇳and let’s not forget The Real Housewives. Yes Bravo TV is the most viewed channel in my household. The Real Housewives of New Jersey (RHONJ) is a personal favourite of mine. So…

Perspective: Short Story

©️™️®️Copyrights all rights reserve to E.L.F 2017 Some people have talents. Talents in which they excel in and can use to their advantage. Most people are good at dance or hockey, football, some are amazing at math or science. I am not one of those people. I couldn’t dance if I tried and I could…