July for me was a crazy and busy month for a few reasons, hence why I have not posted in a little bit(I really didn’t check how many days I haven’t posted). The first reason for my lack of posting was studying and doing my first CLEP exam(which was the Western Civilization 1 exam), which … More Update
I usually don’t make posts on holidays, but today I felt like writing one today. Canada Day is not a really big deal in Canada compared to how big a deal 4th of July is in the States. This year especially it has been a bit sad due to everything going on, but thankfully today … More Happy Canada Day!
So today I had absolutely no essays to post which is surprising because I usually have way too many to post, lol. I decided to shake things up and write about something that I believe is pretty important to do time to time, which is asking yourself things. I know this sounds weird but, hear … More The Importance of Asking Yourself Things
Happy Easter ya’ll! I hope you guys are having an amazing day! Personally I love Easter for a few reasons, including it’s religious significance, but also for all the happy memories I have had during this holiday in the past! Also if you are wondering why I put an image of a bunny holding a … More Happy Easter!
Well it happened! I hit 300 followers! First of all a huge thank you to all of my amazing followers! This would not be possible without you guys! When I first started blogging I was only thinking about the fact that I would now have to post my school essays on the internet; and would … More 300 Followers!!
The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D Salinger is a coming to age novel. As the title indicates the novel’s main “moral of the story,” situation is preventing teens from falling off the cliff(metaphorically of course), or in other words protecting the innocence of teens. The novel is about a pretty angry and depressed sixteen … More The Catcher in the Rye
I read this particular novel around a month ago, but today for some unknown reason I felt like writing about this classic today. Even though I have forgotten most of the small details of this classic it has stuck with me, and still feels very fresh to my mind. During my “journey” of reintroducing reading … More David Copperfield
Well with 2020 over, and with a New year beginning this is the time to review the year I had just gone through. What I thought about it, what happened each month, etc. I was so excited for 2020, but as the year dragged on, my perspective changed, 2020 was not at all full of … More My 2020 in a Nutshell
Yup! This is officially my 300th post! Which is actually insane because I have been blogging for a little above a year now. Well to celebrate this milestone I guess, I read some of my earliest posts. *laughs awkwardly* May I just say I have progressed and improved. My writing wasn’t terrible but it wasn’t … More 300th Post/ Update
The New Year is coming in less than twenty days; which means New Year Resolutions are being written. I myself don’t really believe in New Year Resolutions, they have never really worked for me; but I do believe in goal setting, which is what this post is about. I don’t have a ton of goals, … More Goals For 2021