Hullo, world! I must convey to you how happy I am to be writing this post. In the month I took a rest from blogging, I realised just how much I missed it. I’ve actually been blogging for almost five years counting my Japanese and science blogs, and blogging is one thing that sparks joy… Continue reading 5 Ways to Write (Without Actually Writing)
Hullo, world! It feels kind of weird since I didn’t do the Wednesday post, but I was sick this week (again), so I got the chance to rest up. Thinking about it, I guess the tiredness from all the senior year of high school sort of carried over. I definitely need the break, and I’m… Continue reading Hand Writing v. s. Typing
Hullo, world! I am still under the weather, but I am out of bed, which is what counts! Despite the grey and oppressive sky we are under, there are still things to be thankful for. (e.g. crispy and juicy sausages for breakfast, the always heartfelt chocolate mini croissants with powdered sugar) And please don’t ask… Continue reading Author Health: Why Authors Need Families
Good afternoon! I can scarcely believe that this time of the month had already rolled around: It’s afternoon tea with SJ! For today, we will be situated in a sun-bathed attic. Everything is constructed of wood, and it’s the kind of warm wood that has patterns in them which resembles a Victorian storybook illustration. There… Continue reading June Afternoon Tea with SJ
Hullo, world! I have waited so long for this day to arrive. *insert dramatic fanfares* It’s my first blogiversary! Admittedly, I had completely forgotten the exact date I started blogging halfway into this year, and someone had a blogiversary which reminded me, “Hey, when was it that I started blogging?” Thankfully, WordPress is better at… Continue reading Happy First Blogiversary!
Hullo, world! It’s another brilliant Wednesday morning. We are finally done with gloomy rainy days and back in sunshine mode here on the west coast. Ever since (two days) I started waking up at the time I used to, God has blessed the day with the most dazzling weather. Mayhaps all I need to do… Continue reading 5 Things To Do When Your Story is Stuck
Hullo, world! Everything is grey nowadays, and I’m also feeling a little grey…(It has nothing to do with my estranged job hunt or career search.) There has been lots of hurt and anger recently from the heartwrenching news in our neighbouring country, America. At times like these, the most important thing to remember is love.… Continue reading The Original Outstanding Blogger Award + WIP
Hullo, world! So pleased to see you again. I am hoping against all odds you don’t find me quite annoying after I’ve switched to twice a week schedule. (Please don’t blame me, it’s all the pandemic that’s been apparently going on.) Today, I wanted to discuss the 7 YA Pet Peeves I have, what’s so… Continue reading 7 YA Pet Peeves
Good afternoon! As you can see, I’ve slightly recovered from my battle with the influenza. (At least well enough to sit up on my bed.) Today, we’ll be doing something a little unconventional. Since I’m still feeling woozy from the past week of high fevers, we’ll be having tea out in the front porch, where… Continue reading May Afternoon Tea with SJ + Bujo!
Hullo, world! As some of you may have noticed, now that I got college application mostly out of the way (will now be working hard to get there), I’ll be posting on Wednesdays as well. *Plays fanfare and shouts huzzah* I’ll be mostly doing book reviews and compiling book lists. Or not. We’ll see, we’ll… Continue reading 15+1 Lessons to Learn from Stephen King’s On Writing