So it’s been almost two months since I first posted my thoughts on moving schools post, and I’m finally back to update you guys. If you haven’t read that post, then you should probably go do that first before continuing, because I reference it a lot here.
Inches away from the campfire, Callum could feel his arm slowly getting seared from the flame’s radiating heat, but he couldn’t move. He was too scared. Why was he scared, you may ask? He was frightened because he knew someone -no, something– was behind him.
I’m the worst blogger… but it’s okay
I can’t even count how many posts I’ve written that say ‘I’m finally back’ or something along those lines. Every time I post one of those, I end up writing 3 or 4 posts and then just drifting back into the black hole of writer’s block.
I’m not promising anything at this point because it’s ridiculous.
I don’t even know if this post is going up or not. I’m just writing this as a note to myself.
(I’m pretty sure I mentioned that this post was going to be up soon sometime in March… Oops. Again, #productiveblogger)
I’m obsessed with zombies, absolutely addicted to them. There’s just something almost realistic about them. (Yes, I do believe that a zombie apocalypse can happen. Feel free to judge me.)
So, because I’ve been on a zombie high the last couple months, I thought I should just post some book, movie, and tv show recommendations for you guys.
Most of them are quite popular, but there are a couple that you might not have heard of, soooo…. yeah.
I can’t even remember when I last wrote a blogging tips post! I know none of you missed them, but they’re back anyways, so…
This time around, I’m talking about something that I find necessary to my writing a decent post. Outlining.
If you’re not outlining your posts, then please explain how you even write a post.
I first started outlining posts this last school year because I didn’t have anything to do, so I decided to to just write down some points I wanted to talk about on a piece of paper. My ‘technique’ if you can even call it that, has changed drastically since then.
I’m proud to say that I’ve been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award a couple days ago! I was almost 100% positive people forgot about me after my long ass break from blogging this summer, but apparently not!
Before I say anything else, I want to thank ThisTaraf for nominating me, it means a lot, especially because my blog is still really small.
I think that’s all I have to say, so let’s get to the actual post!
(Ugh, I was planning on writing this post right after the school year wrapped up, but here I am, a week and a half away from the beginning of the school year just starting to write this. #productiveblogger)
Yes, I’m moving schools… AGAIN. Yay… I think? I don’t even know anymore. I’m excited, scared, nervous, and dying with happiness. It’s confusing.
I’m going to just pour my heart out to you guys and just talk about everything that’s been going through my head at the moment.
(This is a pretty long post, sorry in advance)
Hey, guys! I’m back here today with some quick and light lunch ideas that are both low-carb and low-fat.
This is basically all I’ve been eating the past couple of weeks, so I decided to share them with you all.
If you’ve read any of my book related posts, you’ll for sure know that Looking For Alaska by John Green is my all time favorite book. I think it has to qualify as my favorite after all the times I read it. It’s just a known fact by now, but I never actually explained why it’s my favorite. So… That’s what I’m doing today.
Also, I thought I should mention, you’re going to be seeing a ton more posts about Looking For Alaska in the next couple of months because this fall/winter is going to be the 2 year anniversary of me reading this piece of art!
I. AM. BACK. It’s been a long while, I know, but I’m finally posting again (hopefully this time I actually stick with it).
So I went to Tangier a little over a week ago (by the time you’re reading this) with my mom and aunt, and we had a blast! We stayed there for 3 days and then stopped at this little town called Asilah for a day, but we didn’t do much there, so I didn’t take any photos.
We didn’t do that much in Tangier, we just went to a couple museums, a cave thing, and a light house. Now that I type it out, it sounds like a lot… JUST LOOK AT THE PHOTOS, ALREADY.