Bone – Yrsa Daley-Ward

Emergency Warning  I fell out of love with poetry for a while but was happy to rediscover it again in the say two years.  Yrsa Daley Ward made me feel like she was writing for me and the women I knew so intimately through nothing but heart ache.   I encourage you to explore yourself…

#AnimeMonday – 6/26

It was hard to come to the end of Attack on Titan S2 last week, but it was definitely quite a ride. We’re coming on to the end of our spring anime picks so, new titles will be put into rotation across the board – as we also finished our last series; Death Parade. This…

Gluten Free Eating – Curry Channa (Garbanzo Beans)

If you’ve been following me for a while you should know my basic food philosophy – I have Celiac’s Disease so all recipes, food suggestions and food reviews mean that they are gluten free. I was fortunate enough to grow up in a cooking ass, Afro+ Indo-Caribbean household where most foods are naturally prepared with…

Sleep

I miss hearing your voice at night It made the demons seem like angels and midnight felt like the first sunrise  Instead I wallow in my mistakes Summon my own light But it isn’t you ++++++++++++++++++++ Have I said this before? Remind me Done this before? Offered you a sip of me only for you…

Twitter Boundaries: 101

Twitter Boundaries 101 We are far past the lie of “it’s just Twitter” but you can keep believing that and you might get your ass handed to you 140 characters at a time. Social Media has been the start and end of lots of folks we know, and those who are only survived by a story…

#AnimeMonday April Schedule – Up Next

Happy Anime Monday Friends! This spring we have lots to be thankful for, namely Shingeki no Kyojin | Attack on Titan Season 2 and Boku No Hero Academia | My Hero Academy Season 2 – both of which premiered this past Saturday, on April 1st. I’m not going to lie, ya girl was shook when…

Anime Monday – Gangsta Review

  Gangsta is one of the best anime series I’ve ever watched*. With that said, let’s get into the review.   Gangsta is categorized as an dramatic, action anime and follows the story of the “Handymen” who live in Ergastulum; who service both the local police authority and the community (including the underworld). The Handymen…

Destiny: How to farm for Hadium Flakes on the Dreadnaught

This is was supposed to be part two of my Farming Series for Destiny. I found this gem in my WordPress drafts because for some reason, it escaped the “Publish” button. The first in the series was the article and Farming Helium Filaments on the Moon. This video is the easiest farm route I’ve found…

Overwatch: How to Play Support – Know your Healers

Hello Gamer Friends! Welcome to the first video in the Overwatch Basics Series. In our first video, we tackle the very basics – Who are your healers? Who are your support characters? What are their abilities? I also introduce some philosophy surrounding the responsibility of the healer/support player and how it impacts your team. I…

Gluten Free: Pantry Additions

If you’ve been following me for a while either on Twitter or WordPress – you probably know that I suffer from Celiac’s Disease. It’s been well over 5 years that I’ve been diagnosed and I’m happy to say that while the autoimmune disease itself comes with a plethora of struggle and tears – it’s mostly…

Seeker’s Going to Pax: #BGGatPax

When I first came up for the idea for Thumbstick Mafia, I wasn’t quite sure it was going to work – all I knew was that there was something missing from my gaming experience and after 10+ years of gaming with a men majority friend groups, I decided I needed to know what it would…

The Monster – Review

As an avid horror fan, I’m almost ashamed that I somehow missed this title. Released in October of 2016, The Monster is a bit hard to put into neat categories. Part horror, part Sci-Fi and mostly hard hitting drama – horror is changing and evolving beyond indie shorts! A complete story. “They are hiding and…