By now, you’ve probably heard about Jonah Hill’s documentary on Netflix featuring his therapist Phil Stutz. Stutz tells the story of their relationship and the tools Stutz uses for life. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s definitely helpful to watch especially if you are in a creative rut. I thought it would be helpful to create a guide if you would like to have some of Stutz’s tools handy or would like some journal prompt ideas based on the film.
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Welcome to a new series to my blog: Author Aesthetic. If you’re subscribed to my newsletter, you’ll know I’ve been recently intrigued by the Brontë sisters — more specifically, Emily. Since there’s not much out there about the Brontë sisters because of their early deaths, I became more curious about their personalities and what they were really like, considering the novels and poems they produced. Then I thought: I wonder what they would be like if they were alive now. I wonder what any author who isn’t alive now would be like. So I thought it would be fun/interesting to research each author to get a better grasp on how their personalities and interests would translate today. This is all just for fun and to occupy my curious mind. Hope you enjoy this new series!
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There’s a trend going around on YouTube and Instagram to list 23 books you’d like to read in 2023. For me, this meant listing some of the books I actually own but haven’t read yet. Hopefully this helps motivate me to tackle some of those books I’ve been meaning to read for a while now. In no particular order, here’s my list:
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