What The Middle School Me Knew And The Adult Me Is Rediscovering

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By Kate

You know that awkward, confusing, somewhat unattractive phase of life that many kids in the throes of puberty wish they could fast forward, and similarly, many adults wish they could forget? The timeframe otherwise known as middle school? Well, I loved it. Not because I wasn’t awkward, confused, or somewhat unattractive. I was all of those things. And I still have the photo albums to prove it. Continue reading

10 Times Lady Gaga Was Basically Just Amazing

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By De and Kate

In case you’re living under a rock (or somewhere with very limited WiFi access), Lady Gaga’s brand new album, JOANNE, was released today. Her fan army of Little Monsters have been waiting for what seems like ages for her new music, after being teased relentlessly for the past few months. In honor of her new album, we’re rounding up some of the best reasons to love Lady Gaga – from her fashion all the way to her words of wisdom. Take a look! Continue reading

5 Expert Tips To Prep For A Readathon

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By Casey Rose Frank

If you’ve been looking for the perfect excuse to finally catch up on your TBR pile, then Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon tomorrow is exactly what you need.

Reading can be a solitary experience, and a welcome one at that, but with Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon, there is a social and communal aspect to the day that can be a welcome addition to the typical reading/writing experiences. Readers are invited to keep track and announce the books they plan to read, share their progress, and participate in giveaways and mini-challenges on their blogs/websites and social media throughout the day. Continue reading