Category Archives: Writing
Why do we allow ourselves to get used to something to the point of it no longer seeming exciting?
Why do we ever slip into a routine and allow ourselves to see life as mundane, simple, uninspiring?… Continue reading
I’ve mentioned previously that my favorite pieces to read are the honest, raw, vulnerable, real-life blog posts. I admire authentic people – the people, who know who they are, what they like and what they want from life, and couldn’t give two shits about other people’s opinions. I admire them and I want to become them someday. As for now, whenever I write, I overthink and overthink and overthink some more. Continue reading
Ever since I watched this series (which was 22 hours ago to be exact), I’ve been trying to force myself to write a proper review piece, like the smart Variety people who know a bunch of film-related terms and adjectives … Continue reading
Well hi there, My first instinct was to talk about the INSANELY HUGE SPIDER that just casually crawled across my room but then I reminded myself that I already wrote about the eight-legged inhabitants I share a house with… You … Continue reading
Dearest fellow bloggers of Word Press! Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation? You felt really inspired, so you wrote a killer blog post, let’s say, on pancakes. You literally slaved over it: you checked the story line, … Continue reading