Coryl Reef

writer, artist, and freelance editor // blogging about words, life, and all the rest


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Month In Review: April 2018

April didn’t count as the start of spring for me. It was jam-packed with lots of projects and visits, but now… IT’S GONNA BE MAY. Continue Reading Month In Review: April 2018

April Bullet Journal Spreads

Even though I’m an artist, April was the first time I added art to my monthly bullet journal layouts! I normally stick to washi tape and marker accents. I added doodles to my monthly bullet journal spreads in the form of flower collage. // Photo Count: 9 Continue Reading April Bullet Journal Spreads

April Bullet Journal Spreads Weekly Monthly BuJo

Writing Transformation From Lit Mags

In an effort to beat a reading slump and improve writing craft, I turned to literary magazines featuring poetry, short stories, and essays. I read two years of publications from one journal and my writing transformed. Continue Reading Writing Transformation From Lit Mags

Improve Wring Craft From Lit Mags

5 Ways to Practice Nonsexual Consent

Practicing consent in your daily life means you need to understand nonsexual consent, as well as sexual consent. I have five examples of when you should ask permission for nonsexual consent with anybody! Continue Reading 5 Ways to Practice Nonsexual Consent

How To Practice Nonsexual Consent In All Relationships

3 Ways My BuJo Improves My Mental Health

My bullet journal has become an essential tool for maintaining my well-being and actually improving my mental health. Continue Reading 3 Ways My BuJo Improves My Mental Health

3 Ways To Use A Bullet Journal For Mental Health and Improve Mental Illness

Why I Don’t Write In Public

I have three reasons why I don’t write in public, whether it’s at a library, restaurant, cafe, or park. I keep my writing to my private writing spaces at home. Continue Reading Why I Don’t Write In Public

My Spectrum Identity Struggles

This is a very personal post about how I feel being in the shifting middle of the spectrums of romantic attraction and gender. Continue Reading My Spectrum Identity Struggles

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