Heading Toward the End of 2021

Geeklings, can you believe the end of the year is upon us? Seriously, 2021 is only a few weeks away from becoming 2022 which is strange considering that 2020 and 2021 feel like one jumbo year where everything kind of snowballed and accumulated, and just when you were acclimating, BOOM, something new and awful happens and we fall further and further down the rabbit hole … Continue reading Heading Toward the End of 2021

The Joys of Powering Down

Heading into a two-week vacation, one gets certain expectations, Han Solo might have described them as delusions of grandeur. Besides all of the non-working, there are a ton of things one wants to get done for themselves. Whether it’s cleaning the house or seeing friends or maybe reading a book, every vacation comes with a plan and then vacation hits and that plan goes out … Continue reading The Joys of Powering Down

Week In Geek- Michael Myers, Midnight Mass, & the Return of Bake Off (!!)

Geeklings, I don’t know if you know this but we’ve got quite the week ahead of us and I’m not just bragging about my impending vacation or upcoming birthday, which is Sunday for those of you keeping track and if you need gift ideas, I’ve got them for you. I’m not even talking about the New York Football Giants retirement of my Super Bowl hero, … Continue reading Week In Geek- Michael Myers, Midnight Mass, & the Return of Bake Off (!!)

Hawkeye Trailer: Gifting Us the Musical We Deserve

On basic principle, Monday’s are tough. Weekend is over. Start of the workweek. The self-hate from eating alllll those Taco Bell tacos. Work clothes. The list goes on and on. No one wakes up and goes, “Yes! It’s Monday” unless you’re a serial killer or have a pet you named Monday which in turn is a strange pet name. Like, why?! Not to mention, this … Continue reading Hawkeye Trailer: Gifting Us the Musical We Deserve

My Mind Is Like A Starfish or How I Needed A Vacation

You know, whenever I take one of these prolonged breaks from writing there is always the fear that when it comes time to get back in the groove that I’ll have forgotten how to write entirely. Of course, this would imply that I know how to write in the first place and sometimes I think the jury is still out on that. That’s not me … Continue reading My Mind Is Like A Starfish or How I Needed A Vacation

The Suicide Squad- An I Am Geek Award Celebration

In a year without Comic-Cons, DC Fandome was a must-see event for those of us who were thirsting for a glimpse of any new comic book-related content coming to our, hopefully, post-pandemic lives. And while the event is remembered for it’s first look at Matt Reeve’s The Batman and Wonder Woman ’84, it was the behind-the-scenes feature on James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad that hooked … Continue reading The Suicide Squad- An I Am Geek Award Celebration

Why the Fear Street Trilogy Deserves Your Attention

As someone who writes quite frequently, it sometimes seems that the act of planning out what to write can be more enjoyable than the act of writing itself. We’ve discussed in the past how in the mornings I like to start planning my writing agenda for the day, which usually gets derailed by a massive trailer dropping or some crazy bonkers news that needs to … Continue reading Why the Fear Street Trilogy Deserves Your Attention

I Am Geek Mario Golf League

You know, ever since the quarantine element of the pandemic ended, I feel like I’ve kind of neglected my Nintendo Switch. Over the last few months, the Switch has kind of become that old friend that you used to hang out with all the time and get into a bunch of stupid adventures with then suddenly you just stop. There’s no explanation. Things just… run … Continue reading I Am Geek Mario Golf League