The Revival Has Arrived!


the revival has arrived

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’ve been working on a revival for this blog. This past month and a half, I’ve been diligently working on the structural and functional redesign of this site as well as creating and revising new content to post. 

And the time has finally come to start posting all that new content.

Starting next week, I will be posting content three times a week:

Since I want to allow space for other voices to be shared here, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and the weekend will be reserved for any content created by someone other than me. 

Which most likely means that MWF will be the only consistent new content for a while, but that’s okay.

Because…if you build it, they will come. 


In addition, this content will also be related to the theme of the upcoming month: love and relationships. 

Yes, I know it’s cliche. 

But it’s February, the month of cheesy demonstrations of love and unexpected snow storms that snap the power lines and force you to snuggle up to the nearest warm body to stay alive.

In other words, I’m choosing to lean into the spirit of the collective consciousness–if only to keep things simple. 

With that being said, here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come:

Week 1

  • Monday, Feb. 6 - Music Monday: A Fictional Interpretation of Snow on the Beach by Taylor Swift

  • Wednesday, Feb. 8 - This is How You Love Yourself

  • Friday, Feb. 10 - Heart Eyes for Senpai: My Top 3 Romance Anime Picks

Week 2

  • Monday, Feb. 13 - Poetry: The Art of Love

  • Wednesday, Feb. 15 - When You Give Yourself Grief: The 5 Stages of Self-Care

  • Friday, Feb. 17 - The Science of Why You Love Who You Love: A Review of Why him? Why her? By Helen Fisher

Week 3

  • Monday, Feb. 20 - Short Story: The Space Between Us

  • Wednesday, Feb. 22 - Are You In a Toxic Relationship? 5 Subtle Signs Your Relationship Needs Help

  • Friday, Feb. 24 - Aristotle & Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe and You Can Too: A Book Review of a Novel by Benjamin Alire Saenz

Week 4

  • Monday, Feb. 27 - Flash Fiction: The Light

  • Wednesday, March 1 - 5 Alternatives to “Fixing” When a Loved One Needs Comfort

  • Friday, March 3 - The Art of Doing Less to Accomplish More: A Review of Do Less by Kate Northrup 

If you have any stories of your own related to the theme of love and relationships, I would love to add them to the schedule! Submit your stories here and let your voice be heard. 

click here to submit your content for publication. all submissions that fit the theme of love and relationships with be accepted

Also, don't forget to follow Story Cafe Media so you can let me know what you’re most looking forward to this upcoming month. Which title listed above are you most excited to read?

I look forward to hearing from you!

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