I’ve always been a massive reader my whole life. I make the effort to spend some time reading every night before bed no matter what. I love when I lose myself in the story, like how you would watching a film. Books have opened up numerous worlds to me, whether they may be imaginative or spiritual ones. I know not many people enjoy reading nowadays, or struggle to find the time to do so, which I think is a massive shame. I want to start writing book reviews, in hopes that by sharing ones that have offered me vast insight, it might inspire you to expand your horizons through the literary world. So here are a few of my favourites that I’ve read this past year. Continue reading “2017 Book Roundup.”
Sometimes I feel like a fraud. Like I’m trying to be someone I’m not. Because I don’t really know who I am, or what I’m supposed to do.
Sometimes my thoughts take over like a runaway train. I used to wish I could rip my brain out. It sucks. But I’m learning to cope with it.
Sometimes I think everyone else thinks I’m crazy. Or maybe they’re the crazy ones. Or maybe we’re all crazy in our own ways – crazy from fighting our own battles. Continue reading “3am Thoughts.”
As the year comes to an end, I’d like to reflect on all that has happened over the past 365 days. I’ve never been one to treat each new year like it’s a big deal, because like so many other things, it’s only a number after all. However, I have stumbled upon numerous gems this year that I’d like to share with the world.
I think this has probably been the toughest year out of the (nearly) 20 years of my existence. I know I’m young and still have much to learn. I may seem naive and childish to some, but I don’t think a person’s beliefs and opinions should be disregarded due to their age.
I have been lost – and found. Or maybe I am still finding. Only time will tell. Perhaps life is a never-ending journey of discovery; a chronicle of transformation. I have faced so many demons of my past. Old memories have come back to haunt me, reminding me that they are still here despite my previous efforts to shove them into the dusty corner at the back of my mind. Perhaps they’ll always linger, but at least I’m learning to befriend and not banish. Continue reading “2017.”