When taking ‘The Road Not Taken’

I’ve spent a lot of January so far, particularly this week, thinking about life and choices we (I) have to make at some point.

Not deciding anything, just, thinking.

Life has it’s tips and turns. It brings challenges. Sometimes, things will inspire you. Sometimes, they will try to break you. Sometimes, you can be inspired by something that tried to, or nearly did, break you.

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Projects, Projects, Projects

Hey everyone,

Sorry I haven’t been blogging so much recently! I hate that I’ve been neglecting my blog. The silly thing is – my blog notepad that I carry around with me – that’s filling up nicely! I simply haven’t gotten around to actually typing up what I’ve been writing. I’m excited about some of the blogs I’ve got coming up, so keep an eye on Growing Up Ungracefully!

For now, I thought I’d share what I’ve been up to that hasn’t been blogging! A while ago, I talked about hobbies and projects (blog post here), and I actually followed up on my word and got myself some projects! I’m loving doing these at the moment. You’ll have to excuse the pictures, they’re only from my iPhone.

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Remembering Louise Rennison

“What shall I say? I must tread a fine line between glaciosity and friendlinosity. With just a hint of ‘you don’t know what you are missing, my fine-feathered friend’.”

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Books that made my teenage years

Welcome to the second installment of my mini-series about books that have made my life so far. Onto my next chapter (pun intended), my moody teenage years. Let me know what you think!

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Books that made my childhood

Welcome to my first blog, and the first in a little mini-series about books that have played an important part in various stages of my life. The first stage – my childhood. Let me know what you think of my choices!

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