They are incessantly swirling about me, pulling me—no, telling me to use them—they won’t stop.
And neither will I.
Pretty Little Scribbles is the embodiment of my mission as a thirteen-year-old. I dream to spread hope and gratefulness in this world, where we take everything for granted one time too many, through words.
It’s a teen review and lifestyle blog full of letters, routines and book reviews. I post every Sunday usually, but you can expect a book review to pop up every once in a while.
I like to think that I’m on a journey—a continual one—which shall help me discover who I am.
I started Pretty Little Scribbles one autumn morning, yearning to share my words with the world—it has evolved into so, so much more. I believe that words have the power to change us and that the most successful people live lives that have been changed by the beauty of literature.
I believe that everyone has something to say. We’ve all lived our own lives, full of unique, intriguing experiences. We each have our own emotions about a variety of beautiful things. We each have our own voice.
So you have something to say. Something that no one, or nothing else can say for you. We all do.
This is my space for just that. For the words that keep popping into my head. Not poems, or rhymes of sorts, no. Just words in sentences about anything, and everything.
Welcome to Pretty Little Scribbles. Hopefully you’ll stick around for my stardusted journey. Feel free to have a look around, and we could always chat in the comments of my latest post! I love finding new blogs, so if you have one, you’re more than welcome to send me in link in the comments; I’ll definitely check it out!
If you’re having some trouble as to where to start, here are a few of my favourite posts from my blog:
The Journey Begins: the start of my journey as a blogger
The Beauty of A Thousand Stars: a message to spread hope in the dark days of the coronavirus pandemic
Summer Diaries: a four-part blog series I wrote during my summer break (filled with literary analyses, life updates and my worldview)