Can you believe it's the end of June, already? My mind jumps around from different ideas and if i'm not blogging them, i'm thinking them. So here are a few select thoughts I've had during this past month. I WONDER WHERE I’LL BE IN 5 YEARS TIME For starters, I’ll be 23. Seems like a … Continue reading Random Thoughts
I apologise in advance for the political topic. *Sighs* It almost seems too serious for my blog but I may as well get my undervalued opinion out there. Most people within the UK had probably woken up with a bitter taste after the realisation that Britain had made its decision - to LEAVE the EU. … Continue reading Brexit: What Now?
One of the greatest curses of being a writer is that I can never accept anything at face value. I can’t read a news article about a war in a foreign land and blindly accept that my Government’s rea… Source: Humanism & Violence
The Story Behind The Door: Fictional reverse poem They are wrong. Our family is perfect, Long before people can say There is a problem. Nobody will admit that They have it worse. Shattered glass and dented walls That's not here to show There is something Making the house more welcoming There's no visible violence Doors slam shut At the end of … Continue reading Behind Closed Doors
*DISCLAIMER: I'm not a hot-shot successful individual. I'm an 18-year-old university drop-out who has too much input on this for what her successful standards can care* We all have our own little (or big) dreams or personal goals. Some we share and others we just keep to ourselves because perhaps we think it's too big … Continue reading Why You’re Not Achieving Your Goals
Hello hello! Nice to have you come back (unless you stumbled upon my blog accidently, to which I apologise because my puns in some of my posts are so incredible you just might get uncomfortable) - no, really, you might get uncomfortable. But don't leave. Have a look around. As the weather gets warmer I suppose … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share: Books