The Power of Music in Lu Over The Wall

“I listen to music because it’s not only entertaining. Music sparks different emotions inside of me because I tie it to different experiences like a theme song from my favourite anime I bop my head to. I also use music to influence me in writing different pieces of work, from blog posts to short prose.”

What You Can’t Get Back

Recently, while coming back to Canada after a long vacation back home, I realized something. As a kid, when I first started traveling, I loved going to airports. Airports were thrilling; they had this magic over me where I believed that they could fix everything wrong in the world.

Naruto: The Legacy Of A Hero

“Naruto is a fictional character from the Japanese anime fantasy series Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden, based on the manga of the same name and created by Masashi Kishimoto. The series focuses on the adventures of a young ninja boy named Naruto Uzumaki, who upon having a demon sealed inside him at birth, attempts to gain the recognition of his peers while trying to become the leader of his village.”

Is It My Home?

“Some things in life never change. One such thing is “home”. Some say that you can travel the whole world, live in some of the most extravagant places on earth; but you’ll never forget the comfort of being in your own home. I can vouch for this. Pretty much everyone can vouch for this. Now what I disagree with is that most people believe that they can only have one home.”

Human Connections in Fruits Basket

Fruits Basket is the story about a young orphaned teen named Tohru Honda who finds herself living with her high school’s idolized male student, Yuki Sohma and his relatives, Shigure Sohma and Kyo Sohma, after accidently camping outside in their backyard. What most don’t know about this prestigious family is that the Sohmas are plagued with a longtime curse.

Don’t Give Too Much You

They say not to give too much of yourself. As a writer and artist I find that hard to do. I spent all week nurturing an article just to turn around and write the post I really wanted to write this month on that exact topic: the process of giving too much of yourself. In a time where social media almost demands it, giving too much you takes energy from your life and opens it up to public commentary.