Summer Classicsathon Diary

The lovely Lucy from @lucythereader [both on Youtube and Instagram] hosts a summer readathon that focuses solely on classics.  The only challenge for this year was to read at least one classic during the month of August. I am happy to say that I managed to read more than one and enjoyed most of them! […]

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Untangling the knots of my life

I am 26 years old, almost 27, and I’m still at a loss as to how I should move on with my life. There is this constant pressure surrounding me, forcing me to act in a certain way, whether I like it or not. It doesn’t matter if it’s from family, friends or mere acquaintances, […]

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Art Journal

Drawing and journalling are my favourite things to do in my free time, apart from reading. However, life often gets in the way and these last couple of months I barely had time to even steal a glance at my sketchbook. I guess you fall into this tedious routine of work, sleep and more work, […]

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Lists

A couple months ago, I came across a Listography Journal that immediately caught my attention. This book is perfect for anyone who loves writing down lists, including myself. There’s no denying that I just love making lists and having all of my cluttered thoughts stacked up in a neat pile on a piece of paper. I […]

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London – Day 2

Monday, March 12th Mondays are notoriously awful but this one was definitely an exception! I woke up early after only 4 hours of sleep and this could only be blamed on my uncontrolled excitement for the upcoming day! I am definitely not a morning person, but when I’m on holiday I always try to wake […]

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London – Day 1

“London opens to you like a novel itself…. It is divided into chapters, the chapters into scenes, the scenes into sentences; it opens to you like a series of rooms, door, passsage, door. Mayfair to Piccadilly to Soho to the Strand.” – Anna Quindlen  I visited London for the first time 5 years ago, and […]

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