Crazy Opinion on Crazy Rich Asians: Skip the Book, Watch the Movie.

You might like this book if you…

  • like characters that annoy you so much that you want to throw the book
  • want to know the fashion labels that define a “crazy rich Asian”
  • are looking for a romance story that isn’t really a romance, but rather a lot of people outside of the romance complaining about said couple
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Four Designs, Three Chalkboards, Two Languages, One Verse, and One Strange Crush

I have a confession to make.

I love Cecil B. DeMille’s 1956 The Ten Commandments. All three hours and forty minutes of it. And not just because of nostalgia because my family used to watch it every year. Not just because Charlton Heston is so epic, it’s comical, but then loops back to epic again. Not just because that parting of the waters scene and the tornado of fire still impresses me… but because I had a huge crush on Joshua.

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A Tale of Two Self-Help Books: Brene Brown’s The Gifts of Imperfection and Rachel Hollis’s Girl Wash Your Face

I’m not sure if I made a mistake or wisely-yet-unknowingly paired two self-help books. But I read these two back-to-back, and now I feel like I just took a college psychology course titled Psych 201 – From Vulnerable to Victorious: Lessons in Empowerment from Girlbosses. (DUDE. Note to self: That title is awesome and I must teach that course!)

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