I’ll never get enough of answering personal questions. It’s just fun writing about your personal opinion about anything. This time it’s a #YouBlogYou series created by Louisechelle. It’s a link up party that’s sort of like the Liebster, just without the unnecessary “award” word and you know, looking for blogs with a small following (because that’s a real hassle). YouBlogYou is a series for bloggers to answer 11 questions, which would be posted every Tuesday by Louisechelle. [Read more…]
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Being a closet emotional person, it’s almost too easy to make me cry when I’m alone in my room. One dinner time, I decided to eat my dinner to Sex and the City, which I was binge watching that week. I forgot to set the randomize button back to normal so it played Season 4 Episode 8 My Motherboard and Me.
It was three episodes ahead of what I was supposed to watch but I was like, what the heck, so I watched it. If you have watched this episode, it has got to be the one episode out of all Sex and the City episodes I have watched so far that almost choked me in tears. [Read more…]
I figured I should write an update on myself like I used to when I started blogging. I missed having to treat this space as an online diary–a space to let out all my carefully articulated emotions, and ultimately cry on the process if not finish a whole tray of Doritos just to soothe my nerves. [Read more…]
This is actually my second time to be nominated for a Liebster. It was last year when Ajein of Ajeinomoto tagged me a bunch of personal questions and I guess I just love Q&As that this year a blogger friend, Bhebs of RicomeetsBhebs invited me for another set of personal questions. And I can’t help but feel important for once. I’m lovin’ this. [Read more…]
October is not always about the beer. Sometimes, it also signals a time for self-evaluation before the year ends once again and a new year full of hopes and dreams comes. I’m so lucky I have these moments where I am reminded of how things used to be, or rather how I used to be. In these short blissful moments, I realize that how I used to think and feel about the world has come such a long way. [Read more…]