summer diaries #1: and at last i see the light πŸŒ„

When things are at the worst they can possibly get, there’s always this notion that washes over me, saying, “it can only get better from here,” and gosh… it has. The last few months have got me reminiscing, almost reliving early 2020 and I think we’re finally at the end of the tunnel (NOT jinxing anything! 🀞) But, regardless, I’ve been doing so much better especially since in my little corner of the world we welcomed summer a few days ago.

Also, I did manage to watch most of the Grammys as it was streamed and I am a little underwhelmed because I was actually rooting SOUR to with AOTY. It didn’t, though, even though it practically dominated the entirety of ’21 🀷. But I loved the Happier Than Ever performance (literal goosebumps) and Liv’s outfit paralleled Taylor’s from 2010 + she dropped her Grammy which was so funny. And that moment with the guy from BTS.

Anyway, this post is a welcome to summer, a recap of my year (so far) and a life update in general. To me, this spring/early summertime of the year has always represented hope 🌼. Biking down the streets of my town and seeing it come to life with the prettiest pink trumpet trees, and the pool opening up again (the swimming season is here,) it just feels a little bit like light. A much-needed life update:

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The Pros and Cons of Being A Teenage Blogger

Hey everyone! Recently, I realised that like everything else that’s happening around us, there’s a flip-side to blogging, too. So I decided to compile what I love and don’t like about blogging into this post. Read on to see if your pet peeves made it to the list!

Being a teenage blogger is brilliant. As young adults, we’re just starting to have our thoughts and opinions on the world, and I think that is amazing. Our blog is where we write it all down. Us literature fanatics rant about the brilliancy of our favourite books. Some bloggers talk about their lifestyle. Others write beautiful prose and poems; the blogging community is so big!Β 

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