I’m Kimberly, the dreamer extraordinaire behind this blog. An introvert at heart, but once you get to know me, you’ll see that I’m not as boring as I may seem at first glance XD Apparently, I am an INFJ-T, which according to 16personalities.com, makes up less than 1% of the population, therefore, extremely rare. Okay…
I am the daughter to two wonderful parents and sister to a really amazing sibling. Honestly, they are the main reason why I am still here, breathing and enjoying life. Apart from the four of us, the rest of my family lives half way across the world. I only get to see them once an year, but each time I hear that my mom say that she got plane tickets I run around like I’m on fire.
Surprisingly I am also a friend (!!) Again, I may be shy, but I have a personality too *surprise surprise* I have known my best friend for almost 10 years, but sadly we go to different schools and we live really far apart *cries* I also have a really great group of friends – we dub ourselves as “The Potatoes”. There’s so many people other that have changed my life, such as Ryry @ OMGRyry – honestly the sweetest person ever.
So. Obviously I am also a blogger. (I mean why would I be here then Kimberly wake up) I started blogging on February 25, 2017, and it was one of the best decisions I have made yet. This has changed me in SO many ways, and I can’t wait to see what is in store 🙂
Being a musician, I absolutely love music – it’s a major part of my life. Classical music is one of my favourite genres, but I also adore songs from Mai Kuraki. If you’ve been here for awhile now, you’d probably by now know that if there was a thing called “song soul mate”, then Kimi e no Uso by Valshe would be it. I have listened to that song for almost half a year now and I’m still in love with it
which is really weird because I usually listen to a song 24/7 for two weeks then get sick of it Hey it true. Don’t judge.
I am a amateur gymnast: when I was a young smol potato, I had wanted to start gymnastics, but I was too scared if people would laugh at me if I fell down and such, so now I’m here, regretting all of my life decisions XD Years later, I don’t care anymore – I’ll do what I want to do, and I won’t give a sh*t. Now, because of my change in attitude, I’m catching up and my flexibility is so much better 🙂 I know that I love gymnastics, and I’ll continue with that sport forever.
Advocating for mental health is something that is very close to my heart. One of my life goals is to decrease the stigma, raise awareness, and support at least one person in their battle with anxiety and/or depression. We should stop being afraid of the topic “mental health/illness”, because what we need is education – once we get to know the facts, we won’t give it a negative light anymore. Our brain is just another organ – like our livers or heart, take care of it ❤
Recently I’ve gotten pretty hooked onto photography!! I don’t own a professional Nikon, but I just take my shots on the iPhone, which turns out pretty legit too 🙂 It’s amazing how photos can capture a moment and make it stay that way forever.
If you love reading, well hi, my name is Kimberly, a fellow bookworm. I’ve been engrossed with literature ever since I was tiny person which was a thousand years ago (yes I am that old). I ABSOLUTELY love mysteries *fangirls*
Speaking of mysteries, I am also a true crime aficionado (cue Stevie Bell from Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson). I have been fascinated with the justice system and criminal law, again, since a thousand years ago.
At my school, we have a textiles and fashion design program – and I am SO hoping that I will get to finish the 5 year elective. Our teacher has taught our program for more than 20 years, and some of her students have become internationally acclaimed fashion designers (jaw drops). I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE textiles, and I hope that by the end of the 5 year (aka the year I graduate), I will be able to compete for the national competition 🙂
For both the criminal law/justice system and textiles/fashion design, I’m not sure if that I want to have to work in the field when I “grow up”, but it will always be something I’m passionate about.
So who am I?
So much more, and I am adding to that list each day as I walk on this journey called life.