About Inquisite This

Study, learn, grow.

I consider myself an eternal student and, sometimes, the best way for a student to learn is to share what they know and what they learn as they go.

Inquisite This is a website for me to share all the things I am studying, learning, experiencing and thinking about in the crazy classroom called planet earth. My posts will only be as regular as I want them to be — meaning I’ll post when I have something to share and forget to post or check this the rest of the time.

When I see a movie that teaches me, or that I connect with, I will likely write a review of it here. When I read a book that I think shares valuable life lessons and I hope my insights on it will motivate others to read it, I will likely write about it here. When something happens in the world that I feel compelled to speak out about, I will likely write it here. But that doesn’t mean I’ll always write about these things here. I also have a normal life where sometimes I just discuss these things with friends and family and then I no longer feel compelled to write about them here. I also happen to write as a journalist for my day job, so I might not always feel compelled to keep writing off the clock. I am human after all. So, like I said, my posts will only be as regular as I want them to be.

In addition to writing, I happen to enjoy taking photos, and while I usually save those for my very exciting Instagram account, I will, from time to time, post photos here as well because … well, why not?

I’ve linked my Instagram and Twitter accounts to this website because sometimes, I share more exciting and real life things there, so if you find me or my life interesting, those may prove better places to find out more about what I am up to on a regular basis.

If you’re curious about what I write about in my work as a reporter, you can find my author profiles here, and here, with links to many of the articles I’ve written in my more professional side of life.

If I haven’t scared you away yet, let me leave you with this parting thought:

Much like each person in the world, this website is just one among the masses; it only becomes worthwhile if you stick around long enough to get to know it.



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