As you have already noticed, this website has been quiet in the past several months. The reason for this is that I am going through a bit of a change of passions lately especially since my university graduation is nearing. There are certain aspects of my life I want to switch around so I know I am doing something I love rather than feeling obligated.
Therefore I will converting this blog! The main posts will consist of topics related to writing and reading fiction (both original and fan works) along with some sprinkles of music themed posts. I love makeup but it is definitely becoming more of a personal interest rather than something I want to pursue in my career.
Hopefully you understand this change. Life is so unpredictable and you never know where it is going to lead you but one thing I know is that this decision makes me the happiest. I really enjoyed creating makeup related posts but I am also looking forward to opening this chapter.
Thank you for reading!
Most of you have probably have already heard of this book before since it’s not only a bestseller but the movie is quite popular as well. I’ve never gotten the chance to appreciate the book because I watched the movie first but when I did, no book has ever hooked me so much.
So for my first book recommendation (if you haven’t read it already) is definitely Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. More information on the book and my personal thoughts are below!
So you got yourself accepted into university (which congratulations by the way!) and unless you have an older brother/sister to give you the rundown on what it’s like, it may be a little…confusing. University life is a whole new world of different beliefs, ideas and set of rules that honestly high school will never be able to teach or carry out (unless they actually try but that’s for another generation). After going through my first year of university, I’ve decided to compile a list of things that I learnt and that would be useful for you once you start this new point in your life. Let’s get started!
Travelling can sound like a stress trigger in itself when you think about all the planning and organising to do. But it can be an important tool for people to refresh their mind a little. Seeing the same house, sitting at the same table and eating the same food can get redundant at times which can put a damper on your mood as well.