Since becoming a fully-fledged teenager, I seem to have let books (not the school kind) slowly trickle out of relevance in my life. I hate to think that I’m missing out on reading some brilliant books, but I just haven’t known where to start. With work and friends and endless things to do, I just haven’t picked up a book and read it. I haven’t. But recently, I’ve been trying to change that. I’d love to share with you just some of the ways that I’ve been bringing books back this year! Continue reading “Bookworming”
I don’t personally live by the “new year, new me” motto, but there is something I do tell myself every December – “next year, for sure, I will be more organised for Christmas”.
This Summer, I wanted to step out of my comfort zone. I wanted to do something I had never done before; Continue reading “Officially Exiting the Comfort Zone”
Thankfully, my ‘everything’ days have been and gone for now. This means I have a much larger amount of spare time on my hands – but I no longer have a clue what to do with it.
We’ve all been there. Whether it be because we’re feeling unwell, or because we’re just feeling like it, we’ve all had lazy days. In fact, I had one today. I’ve had a completely packed schedule for the past week, with no spare time for myself. Today I made that time. Continue reading “Lazy Days.”
Hello. My pseudo name is L, and this is my blog. I asked Google earlier “how to write the perfect introduction to my blog”, but after scrolling through endless accounts of what others think is the best way to make myself known in the blogosphere, I realised
there really is no one way to do it. Continue reading “An Introduction to the Blog of a Teenage Optimist.”