My consistency in blogging is dying yet again. And worse is, I’m using my exhaustion from work as an excuse to slack off. Writing has always been my passion, but unlike others, I fail to consistently show that it is, indeed, something I love to do. Recapping the counter, I only wrote 2 on this
Before I go into the rant that this is likely my only post from Feb-March, I was going through yet another thinking last night, as all nights. I washed some dishes around 4pm, only to wash another batch at 8pm. In my head, I was saying, “parang kagagawa ko lang nito kani-kanina lang.”
You can read my latest Thought Catalog article : http://tcat.tc/2ejWv3k It’s been a while since I last published some work on Thought Catalog! I’d appreciate if you guys can give it a read! You can read my latest post here (the one on the photo above). You can read all my other works here. xo Azelle
The other day, my mom and I got into a huge fight. It pains me to write about it on something so public, but I wish we can talk about these things without getting into an argument or having to bring up history. I have no one to talk about this who understands my pain. And
I feared that loving someone and losing someone are the extremes of feelings. That there’s nothing that can make things any happier or any more painful. I was wrong- there are so many in-betweens. This is for the 30-day writing challenge I’m currently doing.
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