It’s week 4 of my coding bootcamp and we’ve reached the much-hyped and much-anticipated unit of Rails! We’ve spent the last two weeks wading through the nitty-gritty of building of web apps using lower-level Ruby web tools like Rack and Sinatra. It’s important to understand what’s going on behind-the-scenes so that Rails
Some people find their calling early in life and graduate into a meaningful career that challenges their intellect, gives them a sense of purpose, and fills their days with joy. Some people mess around for years while broke and whining that their current dead-end job is killing their soul. With a few
Along with beach reads, another book roundup that I love to explore are road trip books! Living in Brooklyn, I don’t have a car but on the occasion that I rent one, it feels like a luxury.
I finished this last week but wanted to have some time to think about it before posting a review. By now, you’ve probably read people’s opinions all around the internet. Is there room for one more?
Thanks for sticking with me while I recap my Europe trip from the winter. It’s like Christmas in July – along with dreary gray photos! We had enough time for a stop-off between Brussels and Amsterdam and we settled on Bruges because it looked absolutely gorgeous and was easily accessible by train.
Happy weekend y’all! What’s better than a midsummer Friday and the anticipation of a great sunny weekend? Not much!
The long, long, long, long awaited second novel by author genius Harper Lee has finally hit stores! I pre-ordered Go Set A Watchman months ago and received it last night. I don’t think I’ll see much of the outside world for the next few days.
Just as Trap Queen by Fetty Wap is taking over the airwaves, The Vacationers has positioned itself as one of THE books of the summer. It’s on all of the best beach reads lists, including my own from last month, and it has all the components of beach read dreams: it’s fast, light, and breezy. The
Written on July 8, 2015
As I’ve mentioned before, my recent gig with Oyster.com allowed me to travel extensively around the Caribbean (I know, I know) and explore off-the-beaten-path destinations that I would not normally have thought to go.
I’m putting this up a day early, as many folks have a long weekend for the fourth (woohoo). We had a lot to celebrate this week: the SCOTUS decision, warm, summery weekend weather finally kicking in, and the fact that Ben Affleck will soon be single (RIP Ben and Jen).