Today was a crazy day, and as I promised you all on Instagram, I have a (slightly dramatised) Interview Horror story and life lesson to share. This will be told in narrative form and is inspired by what happened to me today in my professional interviews.
I hope you find enjoyment from this, please comment letting me know if you like this story series because I love writing them.
I didn’t go to my interviews like this, but how cute is my hair, and my outfit, and that flash!?!?!? Moral of this is show off when you think you look cute because 100% of the time you actually look cute af! Also, this was casual day at work and casual day is the best day ever!
This Storytime Wednesday isn’t a short story like the last few weeks, rather a little life lesson on why reading is positive and how it can benefit your school marks, speech, and social skills. I will be talking of my own experiences that have lead me to believe that reading can improve everything.
I want to begin by saying that I am in no way saying that you are wrong in your choice not to pick up a book, and I am not here to tell you what you should read, because any book/ magazine/ educational document/ etc. will give you some benefit. I just want to say that yes reading is amazing for your brain and here is proof!
I’ve wanted to make this post for a while now but delayed it because I wanted it to include all the information necessary for dealing with this.
Another thing; I know this is suppose to be a Storytime Wednesday (it still is), but I wasn’t able to post this on Wednesday as I had to attend a formal dinner and I like to review my posts before they go live.
Unlike the last two StoryTimes, this story is not a true experience rather something that had sprouted from my wild imagination when I was actually home alone. This post is mostly inspired by YouTube storytellers such as LoeyLane and Hailey Reese who, with their stories are slowly eradicating my fear of the dark and the creatures within it, one story at a time. Their stories have given me the courage to write this story for you all today (even at 12am).
It only happens for a brief moment, but I feel as if I’ve opened my eyes into a virtual reality. Everything is as I remember it and my day hasn’t seemed to change in the slightest; but it is as if I am looking through the eyes of another. Then I’m back.
The tingles up my back and arms lets me know that I’m in my own body again. Back looking through my own eyes, nothing seems amiss, though I do feel more comfortable than I had just moments ago.
I flip my hands over in front of my eyes; and yes these are my own hands, chipped nail polish and all.
Wow so thinking of content that you’d all like to read is slightly hard when I am literally in a creative slump, but then I realised that I should write about something realistic! So today I bring to you a list of books I wish to waste my money on this month, and I think you should too!
OKAY FRIENDS! GET READY FOR THE MASTER-LIST OF BOOKS I WANT BUT WON’T BE ABLE TO AFFORD BECAUSE *whispers* uni textbooks…
Below is my Master-List with the names of the authors and prices of paperback versions from the Dymocks website; because that’s where I will be Thursday (tomorrow) afternoon!!!
I feel like I haven’t spoken to you all in a while, so for today’s post I wanted to update you all on the happenings of my recently event filled life-outside-of-blogging.
It has been a very eventful few weeks this past month and a half, though I’ve managed to post fairly frequently and I am proud to say that I have completed yet another Continue reading “Uni + Writing Update”→