THE MONTH OF MAY

With it being the first full week of June, I thought it’s now a good time to begin a new segment in the Chocolate and Politics register: monthly favorites. In order to break up the philosophical, profound blog posts with something a bit lighter and easier to digest I am introducing a monthly roundup ofContinue reading “THE MONTH OF MAY”

PEOPLE ARE NOT READING

Today was the perfect day to sit outside under a shady tree and read a good book. Reading is one of my favorite pass times and although I don’t get as much time as I would like to read for leisure, I fully understand the importance of reading and the wisdom it can impart onContinue reading “PEOPLE ARE NOT READING”

WHERE HAVE I BEEN?

Welcome back to Chocolate and Politics, a new project I picked up almost eight months ago as a means to fill a time of repose, to improve my aptitude for writing, and to further involve myself in problems or topics I am passionate about, working to reach a wider audience. In the first few monthsContinue reading “WHERE HAVE I BEEN?”

BOOKS EVERYONE SHOULD READ: THE CLASSICS EDITION

Most teens nowadays, including myself have replaced reading with other activities. I used to be immersed in reading. I read everything…fantasy, auto-biographies, romance, thriller, you name it, I read it. However, with other things taking up my days, the time I spent reading has come to a standstill. That doesn’t mean that I don’t readContinue reading “BOOKS EVERYONE SHOULD READ: THE CLASSICS EDITION”