Writing

Camp NaNoWriMo April 2017

It’s that time of the year again.

Where I try to write as many words as I can for Camp NaNoWriMo. While also attempting to not fail any of my exams.

So if I don’t read, like, and comment on your blog posts the second you publish them, you know why.

Also, in the month of April, you’ll probably find me in my bedroom writing for thirty minutes or in a classroom scribbling frantically for three hours.

It’s a wonderful time.

Personal Reflection

It’s Okay To…

A reminder that it’s okay to: 

  • like someone.
  • love something.
  • feel upset.
  • be unsure.
  • make mistakes.
  • fail often.
  • ask questions.
  • get help. 
    Blogging

    WordPress Conversations And Interactions

    I don’t know about you, but WordPress conversations are unlike any other conversations I’ve ever had.

    It would take forever to list all my reasons on why I love conversing with all of you. Just know that I do.

    Here are a few:

    You understand me. Or at least try to.

    You like what I like. And sometimes detest the same things I do.

    You make me smile. You make me laugh. You make me think. You make me question.

    Stay awesome, my friends. Thanks for interacting with me.

    Cheers to past conversations and to future ones too.

    Reading

    How Can Anyone Dislike Reading?

    When people tell me they don’t read for pleasure, I wonder what they do for fun.

    How can you not like books?

    If you don’t read, your life isn’t complete. Enough said.

    Blogging

    Liking A Post Without Actually Reading It

    First off, let me make you think. Have you ever liked a blog post without reading it entirely? Reading the title and just the title is not good enough. Have your answer. Yes? Good, moving on.

    Let me make you contemplate now. This one might will be trickier. Do you think it’s wrong to like a post without reading past the first sentence? Look at it this way, how can you possibly like something without even knowing what it is about exactly? Breaking news: titles can be misleading.

    OK, maybe this whole post doesn’t even apply to you because you’re one of those people (hello Mr./Mrs. goody-two shoes) who reads every post they’ve ever liked. In that case, you are a wonderful human being and I bow down to you.

    Personal Reflection

    How To Make Me Like You A Little Less

    I’m not even kidding. If you do all five of the below, I will like you a little less. And depending on who you are, I may like you a whole lot less.

    1. Find out where I live. Unlikely.
    2. Enter my house without my knowledge. Even more unlikely.
    3. Search for a book in perfect condition. Easy if you manage to execute step 1 and 2.
    4. Wreck it. Crease a corner. Rip a page. Bend the spine. Even easier.
    5. Celebrate as I cry. Only if you are sadistic.