Fulfilling Wanderlust and the Importance of Traveling

Fulfilling Wanderlust and the Importance of Traveling with Marian Sarkisian On this week's episode of Marvelous Geeks, one of my best friends/sister joins me in talking about the importance  of traveling, our favorite places in the world, packing essentials, and getting super real talking about how much we've changed from our experiences. If you've ever... Continue Reading →

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

And all the feelings I can't seem to hold back. Dear Readers, How's it going? Did you wake up today thinking of To All the Boys I've Loved Before, too? Same. I don't know where I'm going with this article, I don't have an outline like I normally do, no notes, nothing -- just an almost annoyingly... Continue Reading →

Jane Austen House Museum

“There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.” — Jane Austen | Emma Chawton, Alton, U.K. a quaint little house that inspired noted 18th century English novelist Ms. Jane Austen. The house Austen finally finished publishing her first three pre-written novels while the inspiration struck to continue creating. When I learned that the actual... Continue Reading →

Christopher Robin Review

Marvelous Geeks Podcast Episode 10: Christopher Robin Review Disney's Christopher Robin was one of the most darling films of the year -- a time for celebration for any of us who've grown up with the noteworthy stories of Winnie the Pooh and his friends. It was a film about the struggles in life and the most significant... Continue Reading →

Moulin Rouge Broadway Review

Moulin Rouge Broadway Review It's a spectacular spectacular with all the confetti you could dream of, superb performances, a gorgeously talented diverse cast, an out-of-this-world stunning set, and the kind of theatrical appearance the world dreams of. Moulin Rouge is one of the most memorable films of its time, and this pre-Broadway production in Boston's Emerson Colonial... Continue Reading →

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