Right now I just want to coil up and sleep and wake up when everything makes more sense.
From much needed closure, to self love challenges and timely writing inspiration, here’s a list of 4 things that inspired me this week. 1. What happened in 2022 stays in 2022… …hopefully. The best thing about a new year is the closure that comes with knowing you’re leaving a year behind you (with everything inContinue reading “Newlore Storyboard: #4ThingsThatInspiredMeThisWeek”
The world today is twisted so badly that we don’t know what’s the truth anymore. Right and wrong have become relative concepts and we seek validation in places and things that have no real value. Things like wealth, fame, follower-ship, widespread influence and amassing likes have become the cornerstone of our existence as a raceContinue reading “Sunday Post #1: Influencers Vs Leaders? Validation Vs Values?”
The fondest memories of my childhood is of that time; a time when we didn’t know so much and had even less. Dad was always busy then, he thought he needed to give us a better life, and he did I suppose.
What would you be doing right now if you could do absolutely anything? This question actually inspired me to put together my anything-is-possible list and I had so much fun doing it that I wonder why it took me this long. I also discovered that pouring out your heart desires (those things you would absolutelyContinue reading “Newlore Storyboard: 7 Things I’ll Do If I Could Do Anything. Books & More.”
This is a review of the contemporary romance novel – Neon Gods by Katee Roberts. A hot, sizzling read that is just sweet enough to re-awaken my hunger for reading and sinful enough to make for a stimulating experience. He was supposed to be a myth. But from the moment I crossed the River StyxContinue reading “#BookishReads – Neon Gods by Katee Roberts”
Powerful reads on which language comes first, second, or even third. Disappearing Language: A Reading List on Losing Your Native Tongue I found this piece from Longreads to be painfully relatable yet comforting to know it’s a shared feeling.
Here is my very first attempt at haiku writing. I am honestly fascinated with modern poetry and just starting to learn about it. This was written in response to the image prompt☝🏽and word prompt – Envy. Hopefully, this will be a not-so-bad attempt at haiku writing. I really want to get better so please letContinue reading “Haiku #1 – Envy”