As the title suggests, the topic of this blog is the question, “Do you really know other people?” And the answer, I think, is no.
People portray the best parts of themselves in public. Only behind closed doors, with family and people whom they are very close to do people drop their masks and reveal the true angels or monsters underneath. Continue reading →
Apologies, dear dreamers, for being away for so long on my blog. The reason for this is that I’d completely run out of things to write about and thought I’d give myself some time for the ideas to build back up again and lo and behold, that is exactly what I happened. I still cannot guarantee I will be posting regularly but I will do so whenever I am able to come up with fresh content for all of you. Continue reading →
In around 28 days I will be turning 22 years old, and that, to me, is quite a big deal. It means I am only 8 years away from the grand ol’ age of 30 (only joking – 30 is still young), and I feel the urge to get my act together when it comes to my life, and to accomplish and do things with my time that are useful and productive. Continue reading →
I want to believe there is beauty in this world. I want to believe that dreams come true.
Too bad everything in life seems speak to the contrary.
It’s 10:36pm at night and I am not in the best of moods, although I’m not too sure why. Writing is going as best as it can be going and even though I’m still not sure if my book is of publishable quality yet, at least I finished something and have created a tangible, piece of work which I am slowly chipping away at when it comes editing. Continue reading →
As usual, I feel as though I have a lot of things to say but not the right words to express them properly or maybe my thoughts are so deeply rooted inside of me that I can’t even dig them out. Either way, I’ll try my best to express them as best as I can and may the chips fall where they may. I don’t think I’ve ever fully explored what it is like to be an INFP Christian on this blog so I thought today I’d write a little bit about what it’s like. Continue reading →
I’m doing another entry of blog post on different days, where each section of the blog post is written on a different day, sort of like a journal entry. I did one of these a while back and some of you really liked it, so I thought I’d try my hand at doing one again.
So. After a recent bout of food poisoning, I am back to editing my novel, and I have to say, while I’m not sure if it is publishable quality, it is most definitely a novel I would enjoy and like to read. Continue reading →
It’s Sunday and, as promised, I have started re-reading and editing the YA novel I finished writing about a month ago and while I can’t say with certainty this attempt of mine will get published, it’s my best try so far at writing a novel. I am enjoying reading it so far and I really have to say it is the best book I have written so far and definitely not as bad as I expected it to be, so in that regard I feel a lot better than I did yesterday and my mood has improved as well. Continue reading →
Okay, so today my self-esteem is really low, it’s one of those days where, even though I am studying and have an internship, and have written a book, albeit an unpublished one, I still feel woefully inadequate and unsuccessful compared to a lot of people out there who are living their dreams and doing really well. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t resent them, I only wish I was a bit more successful than I am and have achieved something more interesting and stunning. Continue reading →
So today I went to sushi train, as I mentioned I would in a prior post of mine, and it was a really excellent experience. For those of you who don’t know, sushi train is a restaurant where you eat sushi that travels on conveyor belts past your table, but at this particular sushi restaurant they had touchscreens where you could also order sushi directly and have them give it to you. I had lots of fun picking up the sushi from the conveyor belt and ordering them from the screen. Continue reading →
Today I have decided to write a “real talk with an INFP”. The definition of “real talk” is a conversation that ventures into territory that might be a little frightening or uncomfortable but which is necessary for overcoming the things you fear and for today’s blog topic, I have decided to have a talk about life and being an INFP with you. Continue reading →