About 2 weeks ago, I drove from Texas to Florida for my cousin’s college graduation (congrats, cuz!) and then from Florida to North Georgia. It was suppose to be a 12 hour drive but with stops for gas and food, potty breaks, traffic, road work, and sloth-like drivers, I was in the car for a … More 21 Thoughts You Have While Driving Solo Across The Country
As an avid fan of live music and fun times, I understand that festivals and concerts are excellent times to let loose, enjoy the experience and make some killer memories. With that being said, I am always baffled by fellow goers who REPEATEDLY ruin other people’s experiences and even their own with just a select … More Concert Etiquette 101: How to Not Suck
Last week we promised you more on Beale Street Music Festival and more you shall get. Unfortunately, due to an unexpected and terrible change in plans, Sav had to sit this one out which means our coverage of the performances was severely limited. So note that the following answers are given based on the performances … More Music, Memphis and Mud: A Q&A With Tey
I got back from this 3 day music festival in Memphis feeling dirty, sore, completely exhausted and ready to do it all over again (after a nice, hot shower and long, long nap). Which is why next week on the blog, we’re talking about nothing but this rad festival. From how to brave bad festival … More Beale Street Music Fest: A Quick Recap
12:46am: 6 hours before U2’s “Beautiful Day” wakes me up for an 8 a.m. macro economics class and the only thing I can possibly think of at an absurd time like this is How I Met Your Mother. Why? Why, exactly, am I still up this late when I have such an early class? And … More Was It Fate, Or Am I Just That Tired?
I have discovered this truth of mine in many different aspects of life, from waking up to my blaring alarm each morning to tying my shoes to go for a run…to starting this blog. Because I get stuck on beginnings, The Tumble Reads was a project that took years to actualize. Two years, if you … More Beginnings Are Always the Hardest Part