Why We All Needed "The Next Right Thing" in Frozen 2

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel [Disclaimer: This article discusses mental health topics. I am not a mental health professional. I do not claim to be an expert. All my writing on mental health topics is based on my own education, my personal experience, researching the topics, reading studies, and fact-checking. I can … Continue reading Why We All Needed "The Next Right Thing" in Frozen 2

Top Broadway Songs About Embracing Yourself and Your Dreams

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel Everyone understands the world through their own unique lens. I relate to most things–emotions, events, experiences–through theatre and music. It helps me process the world around me. Many others, particularly those with an affinity for the arts, also find immense value in music, lyrics, and performance musicality. … Continue reading Top Broadway Songs About Embracing Yourself and Your Dreams

Challenge: List as Many Happy Things As You Can in 5 Minutes

Hey all, I keep seeing challenges on the internet. As a non-Gen-Z-er, I find many of them weird and out of my comfort zone. (Not saying that they are all bad. Just not up my alley.) But, there are some really positive ones, like posting glow up photos, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and the … Continue reading Challenge: List as Many Happy Things As You Can in 5 Minutes

Concretes and Abstracts

So, I’m starting this thing where I put on a playlist and write about whatever topic comes to mind. I’m starting off with Home by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes. Firstly, their band name is AWESOME! On to the actual song. This is one of my sister’s favorite songs. She first played it for … Continue reading Concretes and Abstracts

International Perspectives Class/My Favorite Foreign Music

Preface: Sorry for the weird formatting of the list, I have tried fixing it multiple times and it won't change. Since I am taking an international perspectives class this semester (it’s a university requirement) I have learned just how very rare it is for someone to have left their home town let alone the country. … Continue reading International Perspectives Class/My Favorite Foreign Music