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The Art of Achieving Mindfulness

Recently I’ve discovered the positive effects of practicing mindfulness. Simply put, mindfulness is the act of focusing on the present moment. If you’re someone like me with an overactive mind, who’s constantly thinking and analyzing and ultimately worrying too much, you’ll find that those thoughts can negatively impact your overall well-being. Mindfulness teaches you to … Continue reading


What Are You Doing Here?: A Look at the Existential Themes of BoJack Horseman

BoJack Horseman is a show about an anthropomorphic horse who’s in a constant battle with his inner demons, self-created or otherwise, ranging in depression, narcissism, self-loathing, addiction and many others. Among the biggest questions BoJack tries to come to terms with are: Am I a good person? Is it too late for me to change? Will I … Continue reading

Memories / Television

Move it, Football Head!: Celebrating Hey Arnold!’s 20th Anniversary

The character of Arnold originated in a comic strip as well as a trilogy of claymation shorts: “Arnold Escapes From Church,” “The Arnold Waltz” and “Arnold Rides His Chair,” the last of which aired during an episode of Sesame Street. In the shorts, Arnold is a 5-year-old boy with a hyperactive imagination who doesn’t say a word … Continue reading