Hello friends!! I really can’t believe that I’m saying this, but this post* is the last one of summer 2018 *faints* Like HOW. IS. TIME. PASSING. SO. FAST.
Anyways, as promised, today I am going to show you some of the photos I took of my summer, and the one I missed out when I did my Q&A results post! There’s not going to be a lot of “me talking” in this post, so I guess I’ll just let my photos and memories speak for me instead ☆☽
*I know I have used beach photography a bit a lot much for my featured images a lot, but guys it’s summer and it’s gonna end soon so ya I am totally okay don’t mind me
smol note: this was originally posted yesterday, but it somehow deleted itself 😱 sorry for this late post!
This past month went by like the snap of a finger. Meaning, really fast.
I feel like it was just yesterday that I was screaming about the last day of school and the first day of summer break. So far my summer has been amazing – I did so many things, and it was one month I was actually productive 😂
Today I’ll be doing a wrap up of July and what I did for the first half of summer. Let’s dive right in, shall we? *hup*
Hi friends, and happy Saturday 🙂 How are you all? Today’s post is going to be a smol bit different – I realized that I don’t talk about these things a lot here, and I feel like doing this will help me, and hopefully someone out there too. This isn’t my normal *cough* more interesting *cough* posts, but I have been thinking about this for a while. I hope that this isn’t going to be really boring, but hey, I tried my best 😅
So, let’s get this started and dive right in, shall we?
Currently I’m sitting right here, in front of the computer, and my jaw is hanging and it just won’t shut. Are any of you having an existential crisis? *raises up hand immediately* I mean like HOW is this all happening? Each day really doesn’t feel like it’s 24 hours…
So many things happened the past month, and I’m excited to see what summer has in store. Before I start rambling off, let’s dive right in, shall we? *hup*
Hello loves, and happy summer, everyone! I am officially on summer break *screams*, so I am really excited to be able to post more consistently and spend more time here in the blogosphere 🙂
I was nominated for the Liebster Award and Awesome Blogger Award by Anna @ Anna Pastelle awhile ago. She’s a great blogger, and her blog aesthetic never fails to impress 🙂 Be sure to head over and show some love!
Before I start, I’m so sorry about my unexpected disappearance from the blogosphere for the past week or so. I have been really busy trying to sort and figure out things. I really don’t like being irresponsible, so I apologize 😅 Now that summer is here, I hope that I’ll be able to go back to my blogging schedule and be more present in the blogosphere 🙂
Hello loves! *waves into the void known as the blogosphere* How are you all? June has been a pretty good reading month for me – with school starting to dwindle out and summer approaching, I have more time to actually be a bookworm for once 😂
I don’t know why, but book reviews are honestly one of my favourite types of posts to do. I’m always in dire need to add more books to my never ending TBR list, and connecting with fellow book lovers is always an amazing thing. Today, I’ll be talking about my thoughts on Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake. I have a feeling that this post is going to be really interesting…
I know that I missed my Saturday post – I’ll be talking about that near the end of the post.
Most of you probably already know, that advocating for mental health is something that is extremely close to my heart. I feel like this is often overlooked, stigmatized, used as adjectives, as well as romanticized. One of my main goals – aka why I started this blog in the first place – is to help break the stigma, raise awareness for mental health, and hopefully help anyone struggling with anxiety or depression.
My goal with this post isn’t to judge anyone – instead, I hope that it can give some insight on what it really is, and maybe, even hopefully helping someone on their journey to wellness, whatever it may be for them.
Note: I am not a mental health professional – I’m just sharing my beliefs and thoughts
Before I begin this, I will be mentioning about some of the events that has been circling around the media. Reader discretion may be advised.
To everyone, rooms may have different impressions and representations. It may be a safe haven for you. Or, it could be a focus area. Maybe where you can find peace within. Whatever it may mean to you, I suppose we can all agree that we like it organized and pretty, whether it really is or not 😅 In today’s post, I’ll be giving you a small tour of my room, as well as doing the 3 Days 3 Quotes Tag challenge.
Let’s dive right in, shall we? *hup*
note // so sorry that this is off my usual blogging schedule – I forgot to schedule this *slaps forehead*
As you probably already know, I adore literature, or basically anything that has to do with words. Although, you may not know, but I also enjoy writing! I usually write short poems, but occasionally I have some short stories in mind, but I never really took the time to jot them down. So, I’m doing something I’ve never really done before here: may I present some of my writing snippets! I hope that you’ll enjoy them as much as I did writing them 🙂
Happy Saturday, and would you look at that – somehow we have made it through May 🙂 The past month was a whirlwind; so many things have happened over the past 31 days, and here I am, reflection on how I managed to miraculously survive 😂 I still can’t believe that this school year is almost over. Like HOW?? I feel like that New Year’s Day was just yesterday…