Life’s Become so Boring!💤 : Hacks I have been eyeing to stay upbeat!🤳🤙 – A guest post by Srushti Munot @thestudyfanatic

Hello everyone! You all doing great? Today, we have yet another guest! I’ve invited my real-life and blogging bestie to write for the blog. Her name is Srushti and she writes for her blog The Study Fanatic. This is also a partially inclined towards the “writer’s essence” tag I had mentioned in this post! Also because I have exams and have literally NO CONTENT ready. Anyways, Have fun!

Covid–19 Lockdown may have proved to be quite good in terms of safety but it has also changed our lifestyle!

I think everyone’s life(at least mine) took a 360॰ turn. Everything changed. New ways of schooling, new daily schedule, new challenges of weight gain and loss😛, etc.

Until recently, mY LiFe BeCaMe QuIte BOriNg! : There was no fun at all, just the same routine of getting up, sitting for classes, lunch, etc.

But one day I came across an interesting thing: (Here’s the thing in case you wanna read it :) It was about a story that had been tweeted to encourage people to be productive during lockdown!

Not that I was entirely motivated 😂but I felt good reading it!

Normally people say, “SIT and STUDY hard”, I too, did  it, until I experimented a bit and found out that writing notes or solving math could be done while listening to music! And  it’s a lot more fun now!

Firstly, experiment with yourself and maybe you get to know yourself even better!

(I enjoyed experimentation in my routines a lot)

Secondly, I feel that breaks are a must!

Without breaks, it sucks to study:  studying seems like a never ending process and becomes boring.

I honestly feel that breaks should be like the “fun” thing (make your breaks fun so that you can sit to study again with high spirits). In a break, I dance-off to a song or just sit on the balcony watching random things.

And do take a note here: don’t binge-watch youtube videos in your break time! It doesn’t relax you and doesn’t let you get back to work!

One thing I realized quite late was: getting up early is the key. I was quite lazy earlier(kind of before 2021). I used to get up late and start late.

Now I get up at around 6.15 am(But at times I also get lazy, lol). I can study a little more in the morning! and also it’s quite fun to watch the “just-risen” sun in the sky.

And yes, do practice your hobbies, because they’re fun to do!

Special Tip: if you are an 8th grader or above, don’t cultivate new hobbies because if there are lots of hobbies you just cannot fulfill time for all of them! (at least that’s what happened in my case!)

Now, daily workouts are a must!  It’s lively to do Cardio and HIITs on alternate days!And mind you, don’t miss out on cheat days once a month😂It’s pleasure

You could use Music too.

Another thing I realized very very late is clean study table.

I used to keep everything here and there and then “Clean” everything at once. My mom would always tell me to keep things after using them itself but I think I was kinda obstinate 😂

Now I try to keep everything in place and that makes it a little better😉

Last but not the least: Keep in touch with your friends because they’re very important for entertainment(lol).

I have 5-6 friends with whom I have been in constant touch and you know what? with these friends, you just laugh so much while chatting! (I dunno how but they seem to have the “superpower” of stress-buster🥳)

Hi, I’m Srushti and I am a blogger😃

My blog is called The Study Fanatic.

I honestly think that “STUDY” is taken to be as related to ‘book’ or something of that sort…

I think “study” is something in which you apply your mind to do stuff. Even when you are looking at random things: you are studying the object. I write blogs just because I feel that that’s the best way I can express my views.

Mind you: I think my blog is not at all a “MOTIVATIONAL” one coz I can’t give you motivation😂.

I just want to build a community for enjoying and experimenting with the world



Subscribe in case you found my content interesting but there’s no compulsion😂

Ha! See, that’s my friend.

I’ve trained her well.

Ummm, no. She’s written this all by herself and I love how it is interactive with a tinge of humor. I hope you liked reading what she wrote and hopefully, you’d leave a comment right?

Not-so-daintily loving you, or should I say toodles?


P.S.: No post is complete without a P.S.! As for the images, thank you to google for helping me find them, credits to the original creators. The Featured image is designed by me, though. Also, I’d not be taking up any more post submissions or collaboration requests this month. In case you’re keen, let us do it the next month i.e. October! (August is almost over)

Why I hate books (for positive reasons)

Trash that click bait-ey title. It’s just a trick to lure you in. Don’t come after me now.

But before that:

Disclaimer: A lot of bookish references, mainly fandoms.

But I really hate books. For affirmative and positive reasons.

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They’re really good:

Okay, not all books are great, but I’ve read some really good ones. And the problem? They’re so good, you cannot put it down. And it’s not just in the recent years, I’ve been addicted to books since I was a kid. When I was in preschool and elementary schooling, I read fairytales non stop. A little older, I couldn’t stop reading Geronimo stilton (but now they seem so cringe). And there legit was a time when I read loads of graphic novels. And then came the diaries era; Dork diaries and diary of the wimpy kid. I passed through the Harry Potter phase and got myself into classics for a while, later. I remember a time I was obsessed with mythological fiction(Shiva trilogy, anyone?) Then comes Percy Jackson and soon Heroes of Olympus and now, I’m deep buried in Sherlock novels.

It’s so addictive, when we’re reading. YOU. CANNOT. PUT. IT. DOWN.

You get into more and more fandoms

That’s the tough part. Once you like a book/series, wham, the entire fandom invades your mind. And then you cannot stop obsessing. I know a super crazy friend who is into like a 100 fandoms at the moment (You know who you are). Every few days, she comes up to me and updates that she just finished a book series.

And then, those fanfictions, memes and headcannons invade my memory storage.

You then imagine yourself in the story and think of alternative scenes

I’ve 100 percent done this for every single book ever.

The plot is super gripping and then you cannot help but to imagine yourself in the story. I clearly remember me trying to pretend I was Hermione Granger. AND I SERIOUSLY THOUGHT I WAS DR. WATSON FOR A WHILE?!

I also try to reimagine the entire plot. What if the protagonist just gets killed off and his friends set out to take revenge instead? What if they fail to solve a mystery and they lose their reputation?

This is what books do to you. They turn you into a maniac.

*Maniac starts playing in the background, Divi vibes to it*

Real life is very boring

School. Boring. Friends. Boring. The world. Boring.

I wish I was at camp half blood, I wish my friends were secretly Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, I wish I could solve a murder.

How is it that the books’ world get to be so interesting and the real world doesn’t? I mean, Robert Langdon, who is an art history professor, gets to solve mysteries?!

And no matter how long you wait for your Hogwarts letter, no matter how long you wait for your satyr to come and take you to camp half blood, nothing’s going to happen. Books waste your time and hopes.

But I’m grateful I at least have A LIFE.

And comparisons between fandoms.

Is Sherlock better or Robert Langdon? Is Percy Jackson the better protagonist or Harry Potter? The frequent obsessions and comparisons are crazy. You cannot pick between two fandoms and books.

“Are you a bigger Sherlockian or a Potterhead?”

Ummm, I don’t know.

Me, when people ask me that question.

So at the end of the day, do I still hate books?


Will I still read them?

Affirmative. Yes.

And will I resent them as soon as I put it down?

That’s the usual drill, yes.

Not-so-daintily loving you,

Divi <3

P.S.: My exams begin next month (yes, again) and I may disappear. Please know, I do not intend to die young and that I’m still alive while I go on this little hiatus. Give my blog some love by reading a few of my older posts, will ya?

||My Spontaneous mother’s day gift. || Inconsistency. (Plus, a tip from me)|| Reviewing myself for the past year.||The world is too fast: Trying to cope up with the world.||Book Review (Something like it)- A study in scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle.||

How my previous week went, Why leaving school might be more of a dilemma than nostalgia and some pictures.

Heya everyone!

I’m finally feeling the pressure of a high schooler. This was the busiest week I’ve had yet! Honestly, that’s the most subtle way I can possibly put it into.

My assignments have bombarded my entire to do list.

I’m physically strained due to dance practises back at school.

I haven’t had a peaceful moment.

I’m horribly exhausted.

I haven’t been able to read any book(!!!).

And for the first time in my life, I’m not exaggerating.

I don’t know how I even managed everything.

I’ve begun journaling though. It’s nice to reflect upon a day that went by.

It all went by so quickly. Also considering the fact that I was ACTUALLY at school for 4 days(for a program we’re having for the 15th of August). It’s been a really long time since I stepped onto the school ground and see some ACTUAL people who weren’t my family. It’s all so surreal, makes it difficult to digest the fact that I’d be at this wonderful place for only another 1 year (maybe more, if I chose to do my grade 11 and 12 there).

If we count our time at school as a kid, we’ve spent majority of our years there. And then growing up, we make it a part of our life journey. It’s funny how we don’t want to go to school as a little child, and when you’re a little older, you don’t want to leave it.

The reason why I think leaving school is a little more of a dilemma than nostalgia is because of the confusion you encounter. Confusion to move forward and leave a safe place. I mean safe place, because school kept us safe from the grief of growing up.

Growing up isn’t sad, but then not realizing where all that time went is. It’s all very confusing. I cannot even think about it.

But on the brighter side, there is some excitement about the future too. After all, the world is our playground! Thinking of playground, here’s our school playground. Our gorgeous playground.

…and this beautiful tree.

I also seem to have a thing for purple flowers. This little thing was creeping through the window grill.

And that’s a shoe, I guess?

And what’s even better is that I took these pictures during the golden hour. This little sapling is coming through the cracks of the bricks.

And this is my friend who is tired after a long day.

And this picture to end this post.

After that optimistic, philosophical chit-chat, I think I’d rather get back to my reality. There are still assignments that await me, ahem-

I know this post was short, but you at least got them pictures!

And, I almost forgot, the question-of-the-post:

How did your week go? Was it busy or were you at peace?

Type down your answers in the comments!

Not-so-daintily loving you,

Divi <3

P.S. ‘Tis the 25th Post!

View my other photo posts:

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REBLOGGED: Guest Post: Tried-And-Tested Methods To Make Study Less Boring And More Efficient

Hello there!

I’m under a bit of time constraint, so let me quickly catch up. Yesterday, we had a guest on the blog and as I had mentioned that it was a mutual guest posting, here’s my content! It’s a very brief post in which I’ve mentioned basic study techniques and hacks. I’d be happy if ya leave a visit.

Hello! This is Divi, from The Name is Divi Blog. I’m a student who does blogging as a hobby to reflect upon her thoughts. I write about all things life, joys and rants on my blog. I also like experimenting with new methods of studying and enjoying it. Here’s the thing: Looking at studying from a school point of view is not the only way to learn[..]

Guest Post: Tried-And-Tested Methods To Make Study Less Boring And More Efficient– Your Average SG kid

I hope you’re all alright. I’ve got a couple of assignments on my checklist, so it’s going to take a while for me to reply to all of your comments and thoughts. Bear with me!

Not-so-daintily loving you,


A Level Study Methods: A guest post by PP @youraverageSGkid

Hello readers! Today we have a guest! A few weeks ago, me and PP from @ YourAverageSGKid got in touch for mutual guest posting! I’m here to present PP’s post for you all, and you’ll find my guest post on his site, too (I’d probably reblog it.)!

Examinations, something that I have become all too familiar with. As a medical student myself, examinations are the bread and butter of what I do. Having said that, I would like to think that I have somewhat mastered the art of tackling examinations, at least written ones for that matter. Having been a student for the past 13 years, I have modified my study techniques over the years and I would like to share them with you in hope that it can inspire you to find a study technique that will work best for yourself. In this post, I will write about how I studied for the Cambridge GCE A Levels (equivalent of the 12th grade curriculum in India) and share with you what I did to attain my As.

Before I begin, I would like to give put out some disclaimers: 1) I am not a perfect student, I wasn’t always an As student, 2) I did not have extra tuition for any of my subjects, I attained my As purely through implementing my own study methods, 3) I am just sharing what I did and I understand that my methods may not work for everyone but feel free to experiment and tweak it to suit your learning needs!

For the A Levels, I took a subject combination of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Economics, all at H2 level. In the following paragraphs, I shall go into detail and break down what I did to prepare myself for these subjects. 

Since secondary school, Physics has been my best subject 👌🏼 and so I was pretty confident about taking it for the A Levels. Nevertheless, I constantly reminded myself not to be overly complacent and underestimate the rigour of A Level physics. Additionally, to be strong in physics, one’s mathematics must be relatively decent too and so my math was pretty good as well.

For these 2 subjects, I did not make any notes at all as I felt the essence of doing well in them lie in practice✍🏼. So with that, once I understood the physical and mathematical concepts taught in my lectures, I was busy attempting practice questions from topical review assessment books that I can find in bookstores. I spent quite a bit of money purchasing these assessment books but I was able to justify the cost to myself as I was already saving money by self-studying and not going for tuition. 

If you are considering doing the same, you can always check online to see if there are free PDF versions of assessment books/practice questions from other schools which you can download. This will save you a lot of money and you comes with the additional benefit of having unlimited tries 🤩!

TL;DR – Learn the concept, attempt practice questions until you can’t get them wrong 

I took a different approach to studying chemistry as compared to what I did for physics and math. Chemistry, whilst also being science subject, involves a certain degree of memory work and hence I resorted to doing notes for specific topics which require intensive memorisation😪. Examples of such topics include transition elements where we were required to know the various chemical equations in full as well as all organic chemistry topics whereby we had to know all the reactions and its mechanisms in detail. 

After making notes for these topics, I would periodically test myself on how much I remembered by covering my notes and attempting to rewrite the chemical equations/ reaction mechanisms on a piece of rough paper. Now as I look back, I realise that I have been unknowingly practicing active recall and spaced repetition. After I have managed to memorise all that I ought to know, I start doing practice questions, similar to what do when I study for physics and math. 

If you are considering doing the same, you can use Anki 😍 to help you with the active recall and spaced repetition. For assessment books, online free PDFs or 2nd hand books are you best bets!

TL;DR – Create notes for content heavy topics, implement active recall and space repetition to boost memorisation, attempt practice questions until you can’t get them wrong.

As a math and science student, econs was definitely the hardest subject for me. Whilst I enjoyed econs lessons and understood the concepts taught, I always fared poorly when it comes to formal assessments. I was consistently failing (<45%) my case studies and essays for as long as I remember 😢. For a period of time, I felt as though my econs was hopeless and that it was destined to be counted as my H1 subject in the computation of my final university admission score (UAS). However, during the December holidays of JC1 (junior college year 1; in Singapore, you are given 2 years to learn the A Level content and study for it), I found a study method that really helped me improve my econs.

Essentially, what I did was to revise everything that was taught in JC1 and also create templates 👍🏼 to answer specific questions that are pretty commonly asked. For instance, I would have a template for answering questions on Market Failure or one for answering questions on Price Elasticity of Demand/Supply. My template contained all the key phrases which are the marking points that examiners look out for. Having these templates helped me to better structure my answers so that they are comprehensive and are not missing out anything when it comes to explaining the various econs concepts. Now you may be wondering how do I know what the key phrases/marking points? Well, I simply looked through many econs marking schemes from the Ten Year Series (TYS) as well as those from other school promotional (promo) and preliminary (prelim) exams to deduce the various key phrases/ marking points! 💯

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When I entered JC2, I continued doing the same for the new econs concepts I learnt. When I was preparing for common tests or exams, I will first memorise the various templates that I have created for myself. Additionally, I will practice econs by doing case study questions as well as write essay outlines. As time is extremely tight during econs exams, I find it important to practice doing a whole econs paper from time to time just to make sure that my time management is on point. However, constantly doing econs practice papers in full is of a much lower yield than just doing the case study questions and writing essay outlines in my opinion. Writing essay outlines are much faster than writing the essay itself and as they say, “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail” and so planning the essay is actually more important than writing it. With the time saved by writing essay outlines instead of full essays, you can expose yourself to more types of questions and the different ways a similar question can be asked so that you will be more prepared to face a variety of questions in future!

TL;DR – Learn the concept, create answering templates, memorise answering templates, attempt practice questions until you can’t get them wrong 


So there you have it, an in-depth guide to how I studied for my 4H2 subjects at the A Levels. You may or may not have noticed, but regardless of subject, there is always one commonality in all my study methods – EXPOSURE to a multitude of questions. I truly believe that if you want to score well, you must first and foremost fully understand what you are learning. After which, you have to attempt as many questions as possible such that you are exposed to all types of questions which can be asked. Many a times, similar questions are re-used in exams with little tweaks in the question stem such that certain values or conditions are different. Exposing yourself to a wide variety of questions will equip you well to answer all types of questions in the actual exam as they will feel familiar to you. And, since familiarity breed confidence, I’m sure you will be more confident when tackling your exams too!

If you have read this post all the way, I hope you have managed to learn a thing or two. Let me know in the comments if you personally use a study method that is similar t0 mine or what your custom study method is! I would love to hear from you all how you cope with preparing for the A Levels.


PhattyPaikia (PP) is a medical student from Singapore, currently studying at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. In his free time, he loves to write about his medical school journey, share productivity tips as well as discuss topics related to money. Through his blog, which you can check out here, PP hopes to share what it is like to become a doctor in Singapore and inspire fellow students to lead the most productive and fruitful lives during their teenage/early adult years. Apart from blogging, PP is also a keen reader and an avid adventurer who regularly participates in many outdoor activities. 

Doing Award tags!

I got nominated for a few award tags and I’ve been getting lazy about it. So here we are.

So, if you don’t understand the point of this, these award tags are ways to promote one’s blog and other bloggers. Also, to appreciate the fave blogger’s work!

The #BrainStormsAward tag!

  1. Thank the one who nominated you
  2. Tag your post with #BrainStormsAward and follow BrainStorms if you are willing!
  3. Display the BrainStorms Award logo.
  4. Display the rules on your blog post.
  5. Talk a bit about your blog, why you started it, what you write on and your goal for your blog.
  6. Answer the five questions you have been asked
  7. Nominate five other amazing bloggers
  8. Ask them five new questions

I got nominated for this by Lili who has the blog Lili’s Not-So-Secret-Diary. Thank you so much Lili!

Why I started this blog:

I was running a blog already before this. You’ll find the link somewhere around the blog, I’ve spoken about it loads of times. I had seen so many passionate personal blogs which were buzzing with life and so…aesthetic. I wanted to start my own personal blog too. I began with lifestyle blogging but I thought that I could do more. I wanted to share my experiences with my audience so, here we are!

I write about basically everything. You could call this any type of blog. It’s a student blog at times, its a teen blog at times and, it’s a total rant blog sometimes. So you could say it varies from mood-to-mood. I don’t specifically have goals, I just wanted to reflect my thoughts and get to know myself better. If there is one, I want to publish a few short stories on the blog in a while.

Now since Lili didn’t ask questions (she…forgot?), I’m going to answer questions that have been asked to her. hehe.

Vanilla ice-cream or Chocolate ice-cream ?

Chocolate, I’m a choco girl!

What are your top 3 favourite books?

The Hound of the Baskervilles(Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), PJO: The Titan’s Curse (Rick Riordan) and, Room on the Roof (Ruskin Bond).

Do you like Harry Potter? Who is your favourite character?

Harry Potter, yes! I love the Weasley Twins, but I’m not sure if I could pick one out of them, they’re both precious!

I remember a time when I was CRAZY for Harry Potter. Don’t get me wrong, I still love HP, just not as much as I did once. I’m more into Marvel and Sherlock Holmes. But then, when I see those films and read those books again, it’s all wonderful and nostalgic. The Boy Who Lived’s stories always live in my heart.

If your mom gave you 500 Rs. to get anything you like, What would you get?

Ummmm, confusion?

There’s an endless list of things I’d buy. I’d buy a nice T-shirt, I think? Or I’d get some art supplies too, though art isn’t my priority. Maybe I’ll just end up buying snacks.


Movies? Like I won’t pick movies over books but movies are a bit easy to watch. For books, you need to get a comfortable place and set up an ambience and picturize whatever you’re reading. Sounds like a lot of work, right?

I would like to leave this as an open nomination because I know most of my readers and I love everyone’s work so much, it’s hard to pick!

The sunshine and Rainbows blog tag- Maggie’s doodles!

Maggie, thank you! She created this award tag and I’m honored to be one of the first nominees for the tag! I absolutely love her blog, its very doodle-y, artsy, relatable and funny! Give her blog a visit!

“The sunshine & rainbows blog tag is an award created to show appreciation for bloggers who bring positivity and happiness into our lives!”

Wise Maggie the doodler’s words.
  • Thank the blogger who tagged you
  • Share the badge and rules in your post
  • Include this blog tag statement: “the sunshine & rainbows blog tag is an award created to show appreciation for bloggers who bring positivity and happiness into our lives!
  • Answer the tag’s 5 questions
  • Tag 5-10 bloggers whose blogs you love reading!
  • Include a custom message to your nominees about why you tagged them
  • Keep on blogging! We love that you’re part of the blogging world !

1. What are your favorite kinds of posts to write?

I think personal opinion posts. I love inflicting my views upon the world, and no matter who cares, I always love doing it. I also love doing photography posts, I think they’re pretty!

2. What’s a post you’d love to write but haven’t yet?

Aha, I’d love to write a story post! Stories are always fun. The reason why I haven’t written it yet is because I’m such a hesistant kid! Also because I haven’t written anything as of now.

3. In what ways do you enjoy helping other people?

I’m not sure about that one! But I think the broad smile they give you after you help them is precious.

4. What (or who) really inspires you?

Tough, I have to think that one hard. Taylor Swift, probably. She’s every girl’s inspiration, on how to stay strong and bold. I wish I had her attitude!

5. What do you love to see on other people’s blogs?

The honesty, actually. I don’t like it when people try to be something they aren’t. They’re trying to copy someone else, it shatters my heart. That is the reason, why I appreciate all those genuine bloggers who are putting their efforts and expressing themselves as who they are.


The Rules:

  • Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
  • Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
  • Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
  • List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.

Thank you to Pavithra from Small talks for nominating me! She’s been a regular reader on my blog and I recently checked out her blog too, it’s great!

1: What is one talent you would love to have?

I would love to have this ability to remember everything by having one single look. Something like photographic memory!

2: Who are some of your favorite bloggers?

Everyone I follow, duh!

I love Maggie’s, Evin’s, Maya’s and Nabeeha’s blog very much!

3: What do you think is the best way to deal with hardships in life?

Face my challenge with courage. And by meeting new people and moving on, I think. That’s what I would do.

4: What is the biggest struggle you find in blogging?

You cannot stop comparing yourself with others?!

5: What would your instant response be if an ostentatiously dressed someone who appears to have authority walks up to you and announces, “You’re a wizard/witch!”

I’d say, “Oh great, take me to Hogwarts then!”

6: Leave a link to your first post.

It’s embarrassing, believe me.

Nevertheless- Hey there!

I think you should read this though: Reviewing myself for the past year.

7: Are you an introvert or extrovert?

I’m the person in middle, an ambivert. At least I like to think so.

8: What, in your opinion, is the secret to happiness in life?

Books, hot chocolate and a lot of time to sleep.

9: Have you ever unfollowed someone on WordPress intentionally?

Yes, I did. I started losing interest in what they write. Most of the people I follow were who followed my blog first, and I just followed them back. And then they just disappeared, stopped liking or commenting on my posts. I’m not greedy, but what’s the point if you’ll only follow just for a follow back?

I unfollowed all such people now, and I will only follow back people who’s work I like.

10: Have you posted a YouTube comment that got more than 1K likes?

If only I ever posted a comment a YouTube!

11: Share a book recommendation that kept you engrossed.


Harry potter and the goblet of Fire!!!!

My lovely nominees:

Sunshine and Rainbows: 💜 Merlyn 💜 Chloe 💜 Natalie 💜 Saumya 💜 Pavithra

Sunshine Blogger award: 💜 Evin 💜 Lili 💜 Nabeeha 💜 Maya 💜 Maith 💜 Sep 💜 Maggie 💜 Adya 💜 Happy Panda 💜 Srushti (my friend’s blog, check it out y’all!)+


I’d write down 11 questions and you could pick the ones you like for each award tag!

1. Do you prefer keeping secrets or letting it all out?

2. Do you have glasses?

3. Are a you a Tom or a Jerry in real life?

4. Do you think you’re insightful?

5. Do you have regrets?

6. Do you believe in Karma?

7. How would you define yourself as a food item?

8. If you could have a next life, which form would you take apart from a human being?

9. Do you have a secret identity?

10. Do you believe in miracles?

11. Do you feel the blogging world is unfair?

So, that was pretty long. To be honest, I’ve been drafting this one for the last 3 weeks! But it was a great experience, overall, that people enjoy to read what I write. It feels over the top when we’re appreciated, right? Why don’t you tell someone you love that they look great today or maybe just a few words of gratitude? I’m sure they’ll feel appreciated too!

That’s it for now, I’ll get back to my real life now. I’ve been engaging myself in so many things lately. A bit hard to breathe.

Not-so-daintily loving you,