January is almost coming to an end, it feels strange acknowledging that fact. Well, that and the fact that I have a lot of math study to do.
After writing this quick post, I’ll try and get some work done and hopefully go to sleep tonight. I wouldn’t recommend staying awake all night, the aftermath can be so awful, haha.
Regardless, the day hasn’t been too bad. I just find it hard to believe that the weekend is just around the corner, yet again. Lockdown makes every day seem either very abrupt or it drags on, every time you look at the clock.
Having a routine does help a lot, it keeps my mind from being cluttered with too many thoughts. I do want to start journaling and keeping track of my feelings and emotions. An offline diary of some kind, honestly.
I have messy handwriting, though. Apparently, that means you’re intelligent or something. But in all fairness, I’m just an intellectual who maybe thinks too much at times, and that ultimately gives me a lot to speak about.
This blog helps me with keeping it all balanced. Which I’m glad for.
Anyway, take care of you and stay safe today.
It’s been a long day!
Taking a break from all these chores, it is so lovely to relax.
Sunday’s tomorrow, a lot of things to get done, but as long as I wake up early, it’ll be good.
Appreciating my weekend until Monday arrives once again. I’ll try and sleep soon, hopefully.
Have a wonderful day/evening!
Yet again, the weekend comes to an end.
I’m going to try my best to get some sleep. On a positive note, today has been really good. I am hoping this will continue as the new week begins tomorrow.
We’re almost two weeks into January, how crazy is that?
Hope everyone has a wonderful day/evening and I’ll speak to you soon, on the next blog post on DAYDREAM MADNESS. I’ll try and post the next one earlier than all the others posted this week.
For some reason, I prefer writing late at night. It’s a preference until I have like 30 minutes until midnight to get a post up on the site. Oh, the stress.
Back to blogging, finally! I can’t express how glad I am, to be updating DAYDREAM MADNESS, with another (hopefully) interesting post.
A lot has happened, but I think writing about it all would take a whole book’s worth, so let’s keep it simple for now.
The sun is out and so is the positive energy surrounding me. I just love the idea of new scenery, the beauty of it all is so inspiring for the creative mind.
I’ve not completely abandoned my work or the progress in terms of my poetry book. In fact, two or three new and finished poems have been completed.
There’s just editing and development to take into consideration. So, this has been a great time for me on a creative level.
A lot needs to be done, although the progress so far has been greater than I could ever have imagined. Plus, with incredibly creative friends in my life, the cover will be just as exciting to see finished as the book has been to write.
I’ll be updating my blog more frequently from this point on. If not every day, then perhaps once every two or three days, depending on my phone’s battery level and the amount of time to put something together.
Well, I’ll be sure to keep you posted. Take care, have a beautiful day! Xo
Since the sun is out, I’m keeping this post on a lighter note. No personal censors though.
Writing a blog post from my smartphone is weird. I’m so used to typing away on the notebook, but my dearest writing companion is awaiting a new battery and my new AC adapter arrived earlier so that’s definitely a start. I wanted to update my blog sooner but never got the chance. And Monday is a bank holiday, my alarms will be switched off, what a great feeling. Hope everyone has a great weekend ahead of them. I have so much to be grateful for, without a doubt. Thank goodness for wonderful friends, family & blogging! Xo
One of my New Year’s resolutions was to update my blog in a more consistent matter and I have many plans in doing so, so that I can stick with one of my few personal goals for 2o17.
I’m usually not the kind of person who likes when a year ends and a new one begins but in my own experience, 2016 has been quite the roller-coaster ride; if I must say so, myself.