Before writing this 16th challenge – something that you miss, I was set into pushing through with missing school and studying. But maybe, it was wrong for me to rewatch The Fault in Our Stars for the nth time before doing so because it made me miss something else. This is for the 30-day writing
Month: September 2016
We all have days that are worth an article, and some days that you just want to finish. This is one of those days, and I feel kinda bad because it’s not exciting enough to be a good subject for today’s 30-day writing challenge: bullet point your day. This is for the 30-day writing challenge
Movies that stick to you. That even though you know how it ends and that won’t forever change, somehow, it still gets to you. And somehow, rewatching it again and again still brings the same warm feeling inside you. This is for the 30-day writing challenge I’m currently doing.
Eats, Shoots & Leaves isn’t exactly a grammar book, but a point of view on the current grammatical state of today in a witty and delightful way. A thing or two to learn about proper grammar and how important they are is what to expect in this book. Rating: 4/5 (Click for rating system) ◊ Eats,
If you’re feeling a little sad, or bad, or mad, I hope you’ll treat this post as the sign you’re looking for. Maybe to even look at life a little differently. This is for the 30-day writing challenge I’m currently doing.
Today, I learned that my colleague Stephen is diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, he’s confined in the ICU and is currently in a really bad state. Prayers would be greatly appreciated. Somehow, it sank in. Life is unpredictable.