mosquitoland. haven't read this yet, but I hope to in the next few weeks. what's a book at the top of your tbr list?📚 - home is hard. harder than reasons. it's more a storage unit for your life and its collections. it's more than an address, or even the house you grew up in. people say home is where the heart is, but I think maybe home is the heart. not a place or a time, but an organ, pumping life into my life. there may be more mosquitos and stepmothers than I imagined, but it's still my heart. my home. / david arnold, mosquitoland
mind-mapping for midterms. these are some thoughts on photosynthesis.✏️ - ...tired, tired with nothing, tired with everything, tired with the world’s weight he had never chosen to bear / f. scott fitzgerald, the beautiful and the damned
my desk. I just finished reading the nowhere girls and it was such an important story. just two midterms left!!✏️ - silence does not mean yes. no can be thought and felt but never said. it can be screamed silently on the inside / amy reed, the nowhere girls
a new wall collage on the side of my room. I love making these because it's like a giant art project (no drawing required)!! two exams down, three to go✨ - hate ricochets, but kindness does too / robin roe, a list of cages
where I read, most of the time. tell me, what's your favorite book of 2018 so far? 📚 - lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind / virginia woolf, a room of one's own
studying for midterms today! how are you spending your weekend? ✨ - they believe that objects have souls. the more love you put into one, the more beautiful it becomes / marie lu, warcross
reads old & new. this year, I want to read 100 books. in elementary school I used to read 200-300 books a year, but beginning freshman year of high school I stopped reading as frequently. after barely pleasure reading last year, I am determined to reach this goal. do you set reading goals?📚 - “every locked door has a key. every problem has a solution / marie lu, warcross
brainstorms. I write down a lot of ideas on index cards (and I love mind-mapping!), but I often throw my cards away or lose them. I want to save more of them this year-- they're a window into what I was thinking at the time. this example became the list of cages photo from a couple days ago. how do you brainstorm?✨ - so let the sun come streaming in, 'cause you'll reach up and you'll rise again. when you're broken on the ground, you will be found...you are not alone / you will be found, from the musical 'dear evan hansen'