You know that you’re a writer when you said that you’ll have a writing break but you write anyway.
I will continue writing and writing and writing. Reading is my passion, but writing? It’s my life. I find myself obsessed with pens and notebooks and good handwriting. Every time I read something interesting, I’d write something about that. I’d write about any topic that I feel to be lacking my opinion. I like to speak out and let the world know what I think. Who knows? Even a simple idea of a new approach to something might make a difference. I believe in that.
Blogging falls under writing. My blog is where I post my thoughts and connect with people who have similar, or even other point of views. I love it when followers say what they think about a post and we start a little discussion. Combined ideas are better than just a single one.
I’m the kind of writer who doesn’t like to be told of what to write, when to write, and most of all, how to write. When I write, I feel that I’m free. I don’t like to follow certain formats or even the formal English writing rules. I don’t like rules, actually. I will spell love as loooovve if I want to. No one can stop me.
What about haters, bashers, you say? You can exist in this world without a single person who hates your existence. As my dad says, “I don’t care what they think of me, as long as I’m not doing anything wrong and I’m happy.”
I’m happy with writing and being the real me. No ifs and no buts. I’m just living my life the fullest and writing…and writing…and writing.
The weekly writing challenge talks about smartphones and how they affect society.
People tend to blame technology for the sudden change that happened to the world: children obsessed over video games, teen problems caused by social networking sites, and family misunderstandings because of tablets and smartphones.
Smartphones are very common due to the fact that it’s an all-in-one platform. I myself use Twitter & Tumblr on my phone because I can carry it everywhere. And why do we love smartphones? One word: internet. When there’s free Wi-Fi in a place, people are sure to go there.
The internet, among all aspects of technology, gets the greatest blame. But here’s the thing: it’s not the fault of the internet, it’s our fault.
The internet did not force us to create an account for every social networking site that ever existed. We chose to do that.
The internet did not force us to download and pay for the super fun applications and games that filled up the memory of our tablets and smartphones. We chose to do that.
The internet did not force us to stay up late tweeting or updating our blogs. We chose to do that.
The internet did not create itself, we created the internet. We created our own problems and it’s time to fix the glitches.
How about starting with yourself? Self-discipline would be a great idea. After all, we are who we choose to be.
Animated movies are only for children.
I don’t think so. If we learn to appreciate them, animated movies can teach us the lessons that we tend to take for granted. Because nowadays, it’s hard to find people who actually care about what matters. Whenever someone tries to make a change, people laugh at the mere idea. Why? Because that someone is not someone?
I believe that big or small, there’s a difference that only you can make. I first heard that in a Barbie movie, the 12 Dancing Princesses, to be specific. And I am not ashamed of telling the world that even at the age of 15, I still love Barbie movies. The songs are very beautiful and the lessons are life-changing.
Swan Lake: You’re braver than you think.
Mariposa: The best thing you can be is yourself.
Island Princess: There may be miracles awaiting, they may be closer as we know, when we have love to guide us as we go.
And here are some animated movies that I love:
- The Lorax
- Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
- Happy Feet
You see, sometimes we underestimate the small things, not knowing that they are the ones who matter the most. Watch an animated movie today, and try to look at things differently: a single movie might change everything.
Introducing…my travel blog! My newest blog will become my travel journal, so stay tuned for my upcoming posts.
My first book, Stuff that Nobody Cares About: Love is, is now available as an ebook at Leanpub.com!
Click here to buy it now!
Not sure on what to do? Just follow these simple steps:
Go to Leanpub.com and check out their new releases, STNCA is there.
If you can’t see it there, no worries! You just have to go to this page and click the Buy the ebook now! button.
After you click the Buy the ebook now! button, you will be directed a page that looks like this.
Red-the total amount that you will pay
Blue-my share of the amount that you will pay
Yellow-I support a cause (NaNoWriMo) and they will also get a portion of the amount that you will pay
Now, because I love you all and I am really grateful to have you guys as my followers, here’s a coupon code for my book.
That coupon code (valid from May 1-May 30) will give a special discount, but only for the first 10 who will use it. The lucky (and fast!) 10 can buy the ebook for only $1!
All you have to do is enter that code in the area provided.
You can pay via PayPal or by using your credit card. There are instructions on the page too.
Happy reading! And thank you for all the support!
This made my day perfect. I have been nominated for the Sunshine Award by H. J. Lockman! I am truly honored to receive this nomination, and on top of that, thank you for your sharing what you think about my recent post.
The rules for the Sunshine Award are as follows:
1) Post the Sunshine Award logo.
2) Accept the nomination and link back to the nominator.
3) Answer the questions.
4) Nominate ten other blogs and inform them of the nomination.
- My Favorite Color: Pink
- My Favorite Animal: Butterflies
- My Favorite Number: Six
- My Favorite Non-Alcoholic Beverage:
- My Favorite Alcoholic Beverage: I don’t drink.
- My Passions: Writing, Reading, & Blogging
- Giving or Receiving Gifts: Both are truly wonderful.
- Favorite City: I haven’t gone there yet, but my absolute favorite is the City of Love: Paris, France.
- Favorite TV Shows: I’m more of a movie gal.
My ten nominees are:
Have a great day ahead, everyone! PEI NEO!