Hi everyone! I will be posting on every Thursday from now on. If I cannot, I will prewrite the post or double it up after. Have a nice day. :D
Why is everyone so obsessed with writing a book? I think that everyone just wants to be remembered in some way, shape or form, and we assume that we will be remembered if we write a book that becomes as famous as the Harry Potter series or something insane like that. Heck, I even want to write a book. My book would be a poetry book though. Poetry is the only talent I have, so why put it to waste? I feel like writing a book has a certain appeal to it as well. When people think of books, they think of messy buns, relaxation, coffee and sleep, so that translates into what writing a book should be like. Writers have tremendously hard jobs! They have to come up with ideas for something, send it to someone who criticizes their work, and the be expected to write to the best of their ability. That is all of the oil spill that is my mind has for you today! Be safe and goodbye!
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Hello everyone! Today we will be talking about the very commonly practiced art of procrastination. Why do we procrastinate? The short answer, we’re lazy. The long (and more time consuming) answer is that we, as humans tend to avoid our problems instead of confronting them. Everyone procrastinates, even that one seemingly perfect person that everyone, and I mean everyone, knows. It’s really hard to be productive, I know. But trust me, it pays off in the end. I am a procrastinator but only with certain things. It’s like this: I’ll do my homework on time but procrastinate on cleaning my room or telling my mom about something vitally important (usually a project due the next day). One way I fight the (inevitable) battle against procrastination is by keeping a planner. My school sells planners, which is helpful BUT they’re super expensive. If you’re not as fortunate as I am, then you can buy a cheap planner at Target, Dollar Tree or basically anywhere like that. There is nothing (NOTHING) more satisfying, than checking something off a list. That’s all for today! Be safe and smart! Follow me on everything!
Hello children! Today's blog post is about home and why it comforts us. I came up with this when I was looking up random things out of boredom and the one thing that popped up first in my mind was: "I want to go home". I searched it and this popped up:
89% is a TON of anything, especially people who want to go home right now. When you think of the phrase, "I want to go home", what do you think of? I think of a child whining that they want to-well- go home. But this proves me wrong. I didn't read the whole article (I rushed to post this) but I can assume that 89% of Americans aren't children (or at least whiny ones). I feel like home comforts everyone or some higher up number of us because of our belongings there. Would you prefer an empty, dark and non-furnished room or a room with all of your possessions? I prefer the one with my stuff, partly because moving is EXHAUSTING. I need to get to the point. *sweat drops* The point is: home is so comforting to you because it has your possessions whether you prize them or not. Do you know how many people would kill for what most people have? Things we all take for granted. A bed is a luxury NOT a privilege. Heck, a house is a privilege as well. That's all for today's post! Follow me on Pinterest, Polyvore and Tumblr. Be safe and smart.
Sup. I mad this blog so that I could "talk" to you guys about anything and everything. I'll write if I love or hate something. Plus, it's GREAT for my dream journalist career. Follow me on everything! I want you guys to stalk me :P. I'll return the favor so it'll be mutual. I guess I'll close this off with a simple, bye, for now.
By we, I mean, I, need a hobby. I have compiled a list of things I can start doing as a hobby. Feel free to drop in (As you're doing now).
I've been considering making videos just for the sake of editing them. I'd probably make CDs so that I can listen to them when I'm older and cringe. :P
I've always been interested in calligraphy, especially since my handwriting isn't the best. So when my art class began calligraphy, it was simply tossing fuel into the fire.
This seems like the hobby that I'll probably chose. I'm only leaning towards this one because if I start taking photography seriously, I'll have a shot a camera for my next birthday or the next major holiday.
Now this is a hobby that would eat up so much of my time. It has always been my dream to create a game but maybe this would be something that I would start to purse over the summer.
I've actually tried sewing. I really did like it but I'm pretty much terrified of needles. *hiding in shame*
Be safe everyone and have a nice evening/day/afternoon!