August 30, 2017

Reading Wrap-Up // August, 2017.

What's up, guys?

We are gathered here today yet again to talk about books! I've had a pretty amazing month, at least reading wise. I've managed to read 8 books and I loved most of them! Three were actually short stories and one was a poetry collection, but I'm still very proud of myself. I was only able to do this because of the #7in7readathon, I joined in last minute but I was still able to knock a bunch of books off TBR pile, which is increasing exponentially. Too many books, too little time - but we'll get there eventually, that's old age is form right?! We have a lot of books to talk about this month, so I'm gonna keep this introduction short! Let's get to the books! 
Short Stories from Hogwarts - J.K. Rowling // As you can see, I've been on a Harry Potter quick lately. I don't know why, maybe it's because my life is so uncertain right now and I'm seeking comfort in this world.. WOW. That was pretty deep, maybe.. I don't know. Anyway, I'm talking about these short stories all together because they follow the same pattern. These stories give you a better understanding of the Harry Potter world. They give you more information about certain characters like Professor McGonagall, why J.K. Rowling chose certain names and some details about Hogwarts and the British magic system, like previous Ministers of Magic, and things like that. I loved it, but if you're not a hardcore fan I don't think you'd enjoy it as much. They are super cheap and a super fast reader. 

Quidditch Through The Ages - Kennilworthy Whisp // This book is part of the Hogwarts library set, it's not a short story. It was good, but not great. I know I know.. It's J.K. Rowling and it's Harry Potter, but it was just more information about Quidditch than I cared to know. There was a bunch of rules, guidelines and little details and I did not care for, which is partly my fault since the tittle and description of the book were pretty accurate and true to the content. If Quidditch is something you're interested in, this book will be perfect for. It's just not my favorite part of this world, but I liked it nonetheless. And also, part of the proceeds go to some kind of charity, which is awesome.. So, did my good deed of the day. 

In a Dark, Dark Wood - Ruth Ware // I freaking loved this book - this one gets all the stars. Thrillers usually take a while to read because I can only read them during the day (they freak me out if I start reading them right before bed), but I loved this one so much. The story is incredible, I loved the main character and it was very different from what I usually read. I'm being vague in purpose, I don't like to know a lot about thrillers before going in. But, the wood was really something. The way the author described it, it was suuuuuper creepy and intriguing. This is the second Ruth Ware book I've read and I need more - the first one was The Woman in Cabin 10, you can check out my thoughts on it here

God Is A Woman - Michael Tavon // I was sent this book by the author and I was requested to review it. I liked it, but I didn't love it. I was bothered by some parts of the story and somethings just weren't explained properly, they happened too fast and were kinda unrealistic.. Like how many people do you know that go out for a walk and end up having sex in a car with a total stranger? I mean.. it could happen, it just didn't add up in the story in my opinion. And also, the book was short (around 160 pages) so maybe if there were more pages somethings could be better explained. I don't know.. I don't like judging people's work like this because I'm not a professional and I can only imagine how hard it is to write a book and get it published, but all I can share is my opinion. On a positive note, the book was good. I liked the overall plot and the ending. I had a good experience reading it. If you're interested in checking out the book for yourself, you can click right here and it'll take you to the GoodReads page. 

Milk and Honey - Rupi Kaur // I love this book so much and I totally understand the hype. I've seen a lot of mixed review and although I didn't like every single poem, the whole book was amazing. The poems are so personal and well written that as you read them you are able to picture the words and bring them to life in your mind. I think the author was so brave.. I don't think I could ever put my worst memories and deeps fears into a book for the world to read. I loved it so much and I would highly recommend it for older people. I would say this is for mature readers (around 17or 18 years old), it's definitely NOT for younger readers. 

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl // This books was sooo cute! I've seen the movies a million times (both versions) and it was shocking to see how the movies actually sticked to what happens in the book. This was such a fast and fun read and I'll definitely be reading the second one, something about the glass elevator.. I'm not really sure about the name right now. I think this is a must read for everyone, specially for kids. It sends such a good message and it's incredibly well written!

That's all for today, folks! I don't how much reading I'll be able to do in September because I'll be blogging every single day of the month. I have no idea what to call it, but if you'd like to join me just leave me a comment and we can work something out. I've been doing a lot of planning and a lot writing. I can't wait to share these posts with your guys! 

Which books have you read this month?!
Have you read any of the ones I've mentioned?!

Let's chat!

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August 29, 2017

The Reading Slump Killers.

When I think about getting out of a reading slump the first things that come to my mind are: short, romance, fast paced. And if you throw a touch of YA in the middle, you get my perfect combo. I don't know why I'm so drawn to plots with high school drama and mean girls, maybe it's because I had a very peaceful high school experience.. I was always in the middle, not popular, but not picked on. Anyway, I love me some fast paced, YA romance, with a touch of teenage drama in it. 

I feel like they're the perfect picks for getting you out of a reading slump too because they're usually fast paced and really suck you in all that bullshit that at the end of the day doesn't really matter, like at all - kinda like youtube drama in real life. I know it's not cool or healthy to get sucked on it, but all enjoy a little gossip here and there.. I'm reading Sapiens at the moment and it says right there that humans enjoy gossip, it's in our genes. So, let's get you out of that dreaded reading slump!
How To Break A Boy - Laurie Devore // This is my most recent read and I loved it. It's going to be feature on my next Reading Wrap-Up, which is going up real soon! Like I said before, I would recommend this because it's a super fast paced and intriguing. There's gossip, there's relationship drama between best friends and boyfriends. I read this last Saturday night, in multiple sittings but in only one day. 

The Lying Game - Sara Shepard // I picked up this book because I was craving something like Pretty Little Liars before the big TV show finale. It's from the same author and it's very similar to PLL. It has long lost twins, mean girls, a small town and a lot of secrets. If you loved the PLL series and you're in the mood for more, this is the book for you. This was also picked up for a TV Show, but I'm pretty sure it was canceled after the second or third season - you can still find it online, but it's really really bad. You read more about it here

The Fill-In Boyfriend - Kasie West // I loved this book so much. It's super cute, sweet and cheesy. One of those love stories where everything works out and everyone is happy at the end. The main selling point for me was the fake-boyfriend aspect, stories like this are my secret pleasure. You can read more about my thoughts on it here.

Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda - Becky Albertalli // This was one of my favorite books of 2016 so you can imagine how much I loved it. It's a diverse novel, it features are anonymous online relationship between two boys in a school that are not out yet, but somehow they find each other online and they fall in love. When they met I literally had tears in my eyes. I would highly recommend this for killing a reading slump because this story is going to hook you from the first chapter, you'll not be able to put this book down until you find out who the other boy is. I've talked about this book before right here.

Wedding Night - Sophie Kinsella // This book is on this list because Shopie Kinsella is the queen of romantic comedies, in my opinion. Her books are always so light and funny, and they just put you in a good mood. This one is bigger than the other ones on this list, but it's so fast paced and entertaining that I flew through it. I've loved all of her books I've read in the past and I'm kinda making it my mission to read all her works. You can check out my mini-review on it right here!

Those are just some of my recent picks for killing the reading slump before it matures. If you want more recommendations of fast paced books like these, you can check out this post right here. Reading slumps are the worst and incredibly annoying, specially when you're trying to accomplish a Reading Challenge. I hope these books help you out in this critical time of your reading life. And let me know on the comments how you usually deal with a reading slump when you feel it coming - I feel like the first step is to put aside to book that brought it on and pick up something different!

How do you usually get out of a Reading Slump?

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Thanks so much for reading and I'll talk to you soon!


August 28, 2017

Daily Mantras // Progress + Efficiency.

Happy Monday, everyone!

I like to start the week here on the blog on a positive note. It's Monday and I believe that the way I spend my Mondays sets the tone for the whole week. I also believe that you always the power to turn things around at any point in time, so if you catch this post a little late on the week and you feel like you haven't been giving everything you got there's still time. When you're done with this post, get up, get dressed and let's go. Unless, what you need to do requires spending more time on the computer. 

I wanted to focus this week's mantras on progress and efficiency. One of my all time favorite mantras is "Any progress is better than nothing", I came across it a couple of weeks ago and I even shared it before on the blog, on this post right here. This really stuck with me because I used to be one of those people that if I didn't have time for what I thought was a good workout (like 1 or 2 hours at the gym), I wouldn't go at all - which is incredibly stupid since 30 min at the gym is always, always better than nothing. This mantra made me realize that I should be focusing on progress not perfection and that every big accomplishment in life requires hundreds (or even thousands) of small steps. 
MONDAY // You are not early. You are not late. You are right on time. 

TUESDAY // Your mindset can change the whole situation.  

WEDNESDAY // Sometimes taking a step back is important to go further. 

THURSDAY // Your time is a limited resource.

FRIDAY // Failing and changing course is also progress and part of the process. 

SATURDAY // Everything is a risk, even doing nothing. 

SUNDAY // Celebrate every milestone.

These are all the mantras for this week! I hope they help you throughout the week and that you focus on doing better than yesterday, always making progress towards your goals. You'll get there when you get there - that means, you are unique and you do things in your own time and that's ok. We all have our own times, we all have our own productivity standards and you are doing the best you can.  

Do you have anything exciting happening this week?!

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August 27, 2017

Monthly Empties // August, 2017.

Heeello, everyone!

Just like any other beauty junkie, I have waaay too many products in my possession. I've been making a lot of effort towards using them all up and I've made some pretty good progress this month. I was able to use up 14 products and I'm so excited to share them with you guys! I've been working on some of these for more than a year and they are finally over - I wouldn't recommend keeping products for years and years, though. I'm planning on doing a lot of traveling in the next months and maybe I'll even be moving to a different city soon, so it's amazing that I managed to get all of these out of my collection now. I still have a lot of products that are almost done, so next month's empties is also going to be pretty big as well. Anyway, let's get to the products! 
Cetaphil Daily Advance Lotion // This was a great lotion. Super light weight and easy to apply, but incredibly moisturizing as well. You can a lot of product, I don't remember how much I paid for this huge bottle but I'm pretty sure it was wasn't much. It's easily accessible and it used to be one of my all time favorite. The only problem is that Cetaphil is not cruelty-free. They test on animals and that's a major deal breaker for me. 
Cetaphil is NOT cruelty-free.

The Beauty Box Hug Me Lotion // I got this when I ran out of the Cetaphil one. It was great, I loved the scent and it was super moisturizing. The Beauty Box is a Brazilian brand (kinda like an Ultra) and it's cruelty-free. I would like to find a lotion with more natural ingredients and I've bee looking for DYI recipes, but for now that's what I'm currently using (I've already repurchased). I love using coconut oil and even olive oil sometimes, but somedays I miss using lotions and that's why I got it. 

Phebo Creamy Soap in Sicilian Lemon // This is the only thing I've found that's comparable to the Dove Beauty Bar. If you're a long time reader, you know that that used to be my holy grail soap. I loved the beauty bars because they were super moisturizing, buuuuut.. they're not cruelty-free. Phebo, however, is not only cruelty-free but it's also a Brazilian and it's good support your national economy, guys! Phebo is part of the Granado company and I'm pretty sure you can get their products online or on duty-free shops at the airport. If you're able to get your hands on these soaps, I highly recommend it. 

Advantage Lotion // This is a free sample of those fancy moisturizers dermatologist usually prescribe. I got this a couple of months ago when I eczema was out of control and I liked it. In my opinion, it does the same thing as any other lotion, but I'm not a doctor. I have no idea if this is cruelty-free or not. 
Natura Plant Shampoo // I've been trying a lot of cruelty-free hair products to figure out which one I like best. This was an ok shampoo, not my favorite though. It did the job and it made my hair feel clean and moisturized. But, it was too expensive and it had keratin in it. My hair usually doesn't respond well to it, so I try to avoid it. I wouldn't repurchase and I wouldn't recommend it. 

Salon Line Coconut Conditioner // I really like this conditioner, I usually like anything that has coconut water or coconut oil in it. It smelled great and I felt like it really moisturized my hair, even though it was not very thick. But the price was great, it's cruelty-free and it has coconut in it. I would totally repurchase and I would highly recommend it.  

Lola Argan Oil // I loved this hair oil. I do ballayage on my hair - I think that's how it's called, it's like blonde highlights. That's very damaging to the hair, specially if you're hair is naturally dark like mine, so hair oils are a necessity. I picked this up because Lola's products are not only cruelty-free but they're also vegan, and I love them. I still haven't found one I don't like, honestly. This smelled amazing and I loved how it made my hair feel.  

L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss // In the beginning of the month I was feeling a little bored at home so I decided to die my hair. I honestly bought this without thinking about if it was cruelty-free or not, which is pretty bad. I didn't like this hair die either way and I wouldn't recommend it even if it were. This is just the little deep conditioner they send for you to apply after the die. It smelled horrible, like nail polish. 
L'Oreal's animal testing policy is really shady, so I'm not sure. 
Victoria's Secret Body Mist in Endless Love // These body mists take FOREVER to use up. I've had this for ages (like more than 7 years for sure) and I finally used it up - I don't think it went bad. This was not my favorite scent, but it was ok. I think all of them smell ok actually, why would they create a perfume that doesn't smell good, right?! I really enjoyed using it. Every time I sprayed it it took me right back to my teenage years, it was really nostalgic. I wouldn't repurchase it, though. The scent doesn't last very long on your skin, although I think it's not supposed to since it's a mist. I kinda outgrew these types of mists, but I still have a lot of them go through. I have no idea why I bought so many of them, those buy 3 get 3 deals always suck me in. 
Victoria's Secret is NOT cruelty-free. 

Garnier Fructis Curl Shaping Spray Gel // I'm kina embarrassed to admit how long I've had this in my bathroom - more than 5 years for sure. I didn't throw it out because it never went bad. It smelled the same, the consistency was the same and it was still working on my hair. I used this mainly for volume - my hair is naturally wavy and I have lot of it, but I like really big, voluminous lion hair. I wouldn't repurchase this specific product, but I'm on the look for some sort of volumizing spray or mousse. 
Garnier is NOT cruelty-free. 

Finest Nutrition Ginkgo Biloba // The expiration date was close and my mom was going to throw this out. I hate wasting stuff, so I decided to take it home. The bottle says it improves your focus and circulatory health.. I don't know if I believe it and I didn't noticed any difference in my capacity of focusing on stuff. Maybe you need to take it regularly to see some change.. I don't know. I wouldn't recommend you buying it. If you guys take Ginkgo Biloba on a regular basis, let me know on the comments if it actually helps you in any way and why do you take it. I'd love to know. 
Coconut Oil // I cannot live without coconut oil, I use this stuff for everything: body and face moisturizer, hair mask, shaving, deodorant, cooking.. I just love it so much. I would strongly suggest you trying it out for yourself to see if it works for you. I know some people just don't like it, but I love it. It smells incredible and it leaves your skin super soft and moisturized. It also helps me a lot with my eczema and dry patches on my face. 

Hotel Body Lotion // Me and my mom had an obscene amount of hotel body lotions. She wanted to just throw them all away, but I don't like wasting stuff and producing even more waste. So, I made it my life mission to use them all up. I'm pretty sure this is the last one, unless I find more hidden away somewhere. I used them mostly on my feet every night because I don't feel comfortable applying it on my body, I'm pretty sure the ingredients are not the best. I've learned my lesson though: I will never take these little lotions home with me again. From now on, I'm leaving them at the hotel.

Body Exfoliating Facial Sponges // I loved these sponges. I've been trying to be more minimalist and zero waste, just overall conscious about the environment and I think this is a better alternative to regular scrubs. I wasn't a big fan of them in the first place, like the ones with sea salt or sugar. I much prefer these sponges or those little exfoliating gloves you can find in the check out area of Forever21 or Primark. They are still made of plastic, but they are cheaper and I think you get to use them for a longer period of time. 

Those are all the products I've finished this month! I had no idea there were so many until I actually sat down to write this post. I'm not complaining, it feels great to get these products out of my collection and free up some space. Ever since I've started making an effort to get through things and control my expanding I've been freeing so much more space and things fit so nicely on my drawers now. It's amazing! 

Did you finish a lot products this month?!

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August 25, 2017

Current Favorites // Workout Playlist.

Heeeeello, friends!

I've been taking my "get in shape" resolution very seriously in 2017. I haven't lost a ton of weight this year, but I have been more consistent with going to the gym and I have been eating healthier, which is what's truly important for me. I would love to loose weight, but that's just not my main focus right now. To be honest, I kinda hate the gym and working out in general. I know a lot of people say that once you start you'll get hooked. Unfortunately, that has not been the case for me. I do it because I have to, because I want to live longer and just be healthier. 

As you can imagine, I need a lot of entertainment to get through my workouts. I listen to podcasts, audiobooks, watch youtube videos on the treadmill.. whatever I can do to make time go faster I do. But, when it comes to lifting weights or stretching (which is something I've doing more of and that I've been loving) I prefer just listening to a playlist. I need to be concentrated when I'm lifting weight because I mess and I drop things or fall to the ground otherwise - you can read all about me falling on my butt in front of a very attractive man over here. So, I've put together a little playlist to share with you guys today. I was getting tired of listening to same songs over and over again.. I did a little researching and that's what I've came up with!
Walking on a Dream - Empire of the Sun. 
Somebody to Love - Abhi The Nomad.
High and Low - Empire of the Sun. 
Fading - Vallis Alps. 
Girl Like You - Toro y Moi. 
Never Start - Middle Kids.
Standing on the Shore - Empire of the Sun. 
Peanut Butter Jelly - Galantis. 
High Ground - ODESZA.
Lush Life - Zara Larsson. 
Younger Now - Miley Cyrus.
Rich Love - One Republic.  

I hope you enjoy these songs and I hope they make your gym session a little less painful. You can click right here and it'll take you straight to Spotify so you can add this playlist to your account. If you want to, you can also follow me over there to keep up with what I've been listening to. And if you don't want to, that's fine too. You can find these songs is whatever app or website you use and enjoy the playlist anyway. No, Spotify is not sponsoring this post - they don't even know I exist. It's just the main app I use for listening to songs, we have a family plan so it's just easier for me since my dad is the one paying the bill. So, in a way, my dad is the one sponsoring this post. Thanks, dad!

What's you favorite playlist for working out?!

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August 24, 2017

Useful Links For Bloggers // Blog Makeover.

Heeello, everyone!

You guys know I've been talking about doing a blog makeover for a while now and if you've been following this blog for a certain amount of time you might also know that I'm not a very skilled artist. I strongly believe I'm a woman of many talents, but designing, painting and watercoloring beautiful flowers is not one of them. So, what does one do when one is to skilled?! PINTEREST to the rescue! I've put together here a couple of links that I think might be helpful to a lot of my fellow bloggers out there. I have an obsession with watercolor and brush strokes when it comes to blog design, so most of them are going to be related to that. Don't worry, if watercolor is not your thing there's a bunch of other stuff too!

Inkstruck Studio // Free Water Color Blog Headers.

Clementine Creative // Free Creative Blog Headers

Angie Makes // Gorgeous Water Color Flowers

FOX + HAZEL // Everything about watercolors.

Xomisse // Blog resources and how to's.

These are all the links I have to share today. I hope you guys find them helpful and let me know on the comments if you get the chance to check them out. I love doing these types of posts, specially when I find amazing, talented bloggers who want to help out other bloggers. Blogging is the best and the supportive community behind it is one of my favorite things about it. I don't think I should have to say this, but some people tend to "forget" -  a lot of these links offer freebies, so if you use someone's work (even if it's available for free) make sure to credit the person and link back to their blog or website. 

Do you have any links to share?!

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Thanks so much for stopping by and have great day!


August 23, 2017

Liebster Award

I was nominated again for the Liebster Award a couple of days ago and I was so honored and excited to do this again. Yes, if you've been following me for a long long time you know that I've already been nominated before, I told the girls who nomitated me this time, but apparently there's no rule against it so here I am today. I'm so excited to answer all the questions and share some of my favorite bloggers with you guys!

I was nominated by Shannon from Going With Happy and AutumnSkyesBlog. I a big fan of their blogs and you should definitely check them out. Shannon has some pretty amazing posts about mental health and self love. AutumnSkyes (she's an anonymous blogger, that's why I'm not using here name) has some really creative and entertaining posts, I love her writing. I love to participate in these things because it gives me chance to talk about my favorite bloggers and share the love. The blogging communities is one of my favorite things about blogging, everyone is super nice and supportive and this just makes my heart happy. But now, let's get to the questions because there are a lot of them!
1) Describe your perfect day. No detail is too small!
My perfect day would be very simple. I wouldn't have to work. I would just wake up, read a book, maybe go for a walk at the beach. Definitely go out for lunch and a movie after. Maybe browse around the bookstore.. Something very chill.

2) Are you in love? Have you ever been? Share a story/lesson with your readers, whether it’s funny/romantic/heartbreaking </3
I'm not currently in love, but I've been in love two times before. My advice would be don't settle for less that you think you deserve and don't worry too much, the right guy or girl will eventually come along.. Maybe he's taking his sweet time getting to you, but when he arrives it will be worth the wait. 

3) What’s your dream holiday?
Somewhere tropical. If there's a beach and drinks, I'm happy!

4) What song could you listen on repeat at the moment?
Walking on a Dream - Empire of the Sun. 

5) What song would you choose, if everyone who chose that song got put on one island and had to live together forever?
I'm a Survivor - Beyoncé. It'd be cool to be on a island with a bunch of badass ladies.

6) How do you feel about your blog? At what point did you start feeling proud/confident of it? Straight away? Or did it take encouragement from others?
I love my blog and I'm so happy I started it. It was hard at first, but I've always been proud of it. People who make fun of bloggers are just stupid in my opinion and you shouldn't listen to them. It takes A LOT of courage to put yourself out there and work on something you're really passionate about. 

7) Share a joke with your readers
I literally don't know any jokes, sorry!

8) What meme sums you up the best?
Anything that displays passive aggressive behavior. 

9) What would you like your name to be if you had to choose a new one?
Violet - I just think it's so poetic and fancy. 

10) How are you feeling today?
I'm feeling great, thanks for asking.

11) If you could go on a date with a well known person, who would it be?
It wouldn't be romantic date, but I would choose Angelina Jolie. She's just so inspiring and I think she's an  amazing person. People make fun of her for adopting all those kinds, but I think it's so brave and really really inspiring
1) Why did you start blogging?
I started blogging because I wanted to connect with people that shared the same interests as me. I have a very small group of close friends that love so much, but I found it hard to talk to them about some of the things that I was really passionated about like, makeup, books and traveling. A lot of people are embarrassed by their first posts, but I think mine pretty much sums up why I wanted to blog and why I thought it was the right time to start - you can check it out here.   

2) What are your hobbies?
Blogging, traveling, reading, hiking and watching youtube videos - in that order. 

3) What makes you happy?
My hobbies bring me a lot of joy on days when I'm not feeling my best. Talking with my family, specially my mom, brings me so much peace and calm when I'm feeling anxious. But I'm happiest when I'm traveling! 

4) What are your goals, both with the blog and in your own life?
Honestly, I have no idea what I'm doing!

5) What are things you’ve done that you feel have increased your blog traffic?
I also have no idea what I'm doing.. I just share my posts on IG and Twitter, so if you'd like to help a girl out hit the follow bottom and share my posts with your friends!

6) What does your daily routine look like?
Wake up, drink coffee, check out social media, wash face, brush teeth, put on contacts and get ready for the day. I would like to incorporate some meditation every morning someday.. I'm working on it!

7) How do you stay on top of managing your blog, writing for it, and promoting it?
I try to focus on the blog three days of the week, during the morning. I just sit down and write, take picture after I'm done writing. I just do everything in one sitting and then I worry about promoting it when I publish it. I don't schedule social media posts, nothing against it.. It's just not for me!

8) Who are your top 5 favorite bloggers to read?
I've recently done a post about it, you can check it out here!

9) What helps you wind down after a long day?
Netflix. I watch a movie or a TV Show everyday when I get home. 

10) Do you enjoy blogging as much as when you started?  How do you stay motivated with it?
I actually enjoy it more. Now that I got the hang of it, it's way better to blog. Having people who support my blog, blogger friends and readers that are looking forward to reading my posts makes everything better. And about motivation, I don't really know what to say. Blogging is something I do because I want to, so I'm always motivated - I know that doesn't help but it's the truth! 

11) Where do you get your inspiration for blogging?
I get inspiration from everywhere, so I'd say my life in general. If I'm writing about self-doubt, you can be sure I'm currently experiencing it and the same goes with everything else you read about over here. I write posts that I'd love to read in someone else's blog, so I'm always excited about blogging. 
Natalie // NatalieLeanne.
Sana // Acrushonlife.
Nicole // BadWithDirections.
Elle // ElleIsForLove.
Stephanie // StephanieJayne.
1) What's your favorite thing about blogging?
2) If could live anywhere, where would you live?
3) If money wasn't an issue, what would do with your time?
4) What's your all time favorite quote?!
5) Have you ever received a hate comment? How did you deal with it?!
6) What's your favorite food?
7) What's your favorite blogspot that you have written?
8) What your favorite book?
9) Tell me three things you love about yourself. 
10) Tell me three things you love about your blog.
11) Give a new blogger some advice.

That was a really long post, but it was so much fun to write! If you want to participate, please consider yourself tagged and leave your blog link on the comments so we can check out your post. All you have to do is answer my questions and come up with eleven new questions for your nominees. Thanks again to the girls that nominated me! Knowing that someone out there not only knows your blog exists but actually enjoys reading it is one of the best feelings in the world. I hope you enjoyed reading through my answers and if you don't feel like writing an entire post about it, you can leave your answers to my questions on the comments. I'd love to read your answers!


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