Sunshine Blogger Award | Open Nominations!

I am so incredibly lucky to be nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by fellow blogger: Priya. I started reading ‘When An Introvert Speaks’ at the start of this year. It has been a pleasure to! The poems and paragraphs have a theme that runs so deep. This blogger needs so much more recognition! Thank you for your nomination 😊

What Is The Sunshine Blogger Award?

The Sunshine Blogger Award is peers recognition award for bloggers who inspire readers by promoting positivity and bringing joy.

Rules

1. Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog so others can find them.

2. Answer the 11 questions asked by the blogger who nominated you.

3. Nominate 11 other bloggers and ask them 11 new questions.

4. Notify the nominees about it by commenting on one of their blog posts.

5. List the rules and display a Sunshine Blogger Award logo on your post and/or your blog site.

Questions

1. When did you publish your first post?

I published my first blog post on April 23rd, 2017. I have recently celebrated (by drinking a cup of tea and buying a chocolate bar) my two year anniversary. I have came so far since then.

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Monthly Playlist | May 2019 | Harry Styles, The 1975

Welcome to my monthly playlist!

I did this a couple of months ago, but didn’t keep up with it. Hopefully you will be seeing these posts monthly, not just as a one-off 😂. Amazon Music is the platform I use to listen to music. It is not as interactive as Spotify, so I cannot share the playlist directly with you. Yet, you can search them up if you are interested.

In the middle of May, we reached 20-30 degrees! If you are from the UK, you will be aware of this. Because of the return of warm temperatures, I decided to revisit some tunes that I listened to constantly in the heatwave. Actually, this time last year, we were already in it! These songs include:

I love the new Harry Styles album. I started listening to it in the beginning of last year. As a One Direction fan girl, I was really intrigued! To be honest, I do prefer this album to any 1D album. It has more individuality, rather than the common pop songs. I think my favourite is Kiwi, though my favourite for the lyrics is Two Ghosts. My favourite line from Two Ghosts is: ‘two ghosts swimming in a glass half-empty’. It kinda reminds me of Twilight (it’s a weird comparison, but if you have read it: you’ll know)

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Six Word Story

He’s got the whole world together

Inspired by ‘He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands’

Book Review: Rooftoppers By Katherine Rundell

Before we begin, I would like to thank the person that recommended this to me. Hopefully you are still looking at my blog every now and then. I miss you so much!

With that aside, on to the book review. I love doing my bookish rambles! I find them very comforting to write, and I love when you come back to me with your opinions on the book! Today I would like to review ‘Rooftoppers’. I read this book in about three days. It certainly hooked me!

“I do, I’m afraid, understand books far more readily than I understand people. Books are easy to get along with” – Charles, Rooftoppers

In the third page, I found this quote. It is very relatable for a bookworm and introvert like me!

The overall book is an easy read, with some really beautiful ideas implemented into it. I especially love the character of Sophie, she seems very strong and capable. It reminds me a lot of Hetty Feather, if you have ever read that series. What I really love about her is the way she ignores social normalities. With it being set back a while, there is no equality in gender and women are still perceived as housewives: incapable of persuing a career.

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Going To A Cat Café (Plus Other Things) | Liverpool Travel Diary

It should come as no surprise that I went to Liverpool… again 😂 Today I’ll be recording 26-27th April in a little travel diary for you! I took a lot more photos than I usually do, so you’re in for a treat.

As soon as we (we meaning my dad, mum and brother) arrived, we were soon to get to the Mersey Ferries office. We booked a trip that included a visit to Spaceport, the U-Boat story and a commentated ferry around the River Mersey. This excursion took up most of the day’s hours, but it was so worth it! I loved every bit of it, and I managed to read all the information on the signs (usually that doesn’t happen 😂) .

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