Truth Stranger than Fiction: Making a Murderer is a Must-See for all Humans

Micki Allen

Always fascinated by true-crime documentaries, I was not surprised to see Making a Murderer pop up on my Netflix list of suggested films even though I’d never heard anything about it. What I was surprised by was how truly engaging and provocative the feature is. It suggests that a lot of the true crimes being committed in our justice system are being perpetrated by the wrong side of the law … the ones who’re supposed to be upholding the law and enforcing justice are the real culprits.


At first, I thought it was going to be your standard two-hour documentary. After only one hour of watching, I was a bundle of nerves — so invested in the plight of the subject, Steven Avery, and so upset by where the filmmakers were obviously going with his story, that I had to Google the show to make sure that it was real.

By no means was I going to…

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Happy New Year!

Polished by Amy

Hi loves!

Can you believe it’s 2016??!! I am so grateful for all of the amazing things that happened for me over this past year and I cannot wait to see what’s waiting this year! I wanted to share a quick list of some personal and professional goals I have. Hopefully sharing them with everyone will make me stick to them, haha!

Establish a consistent upload schedule for my blog..

As I’ve said before, I am sticking to my Monday, Wednesday, and Friday upload schedule but I aim to nail down a time as well. This will make sure I never miss a post and you guys know when to expect new content. I believe 2pm EST will be best for me!

Finish my transition to a completely vegetarian diet..

This has been a personal goal of mine for a while now. I’ve done well in the past, but never…

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Women, Money, and Barbarians

A Holistic Journey

8 Years Old:

Boy: Mom, if I marry a girl and then don’t like her anymore can I switch?
Mom: *shake head* No, that’s why you must choose very carefully.
Boy: Oh. *looking disappointed*


Boy: Mom, when do people get married?
Mom: You can marry in your teens but most people do it in their 20s and 30s.
You have to work hard and be able to provide for your wife and kids. House, food…
Boy: *Nodding* I have to make money.
I would like to babysit.


Mom: Yes, everything, all of creation started decaying when Adam and Eve ate the fruit.
Boy: Even the Tree of Life?
Mom: *stumped* Good question.


Daddy, Mommy said I can get the Pokemon cards for Christmas.
Dad: Why don’t you get it with your allowance?
Boy: Mommy, should we get it with my allowance or yours?
Mom: *laughing* I…

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