Procrastinating | Procrastination

For the majority of my blog posts this month I have gone through some random unorganised notes on my phone and published them. They may not be long, but getting content out there is better than not. I am writing this on January 6th so I have been writing posts for quite far ahead! 😂 I am really enjoying my blog at the moment because I am not demotivated to write. Motivation was a problem all throughout 2018. If you have been reading since this time last year then you’ll know. I took so many breaks even when I didn’t need them. To prevent that happening this year, when I am motivated or productive I will write out a couple of posts and schedule them so that if I procrastinate and don’t write for those next few days, I’ll still have posts up.

Do you relate to this? Did you ever relate to this when you started out as a blogger? Please tell me in the comments below so that we can have a nice friendly natter 🙃

Words Are Better On Their Own

I used to think that every paragraph of words needs to be matched with a photograph. It doesn’t. In some ways, words are better on their own. You may have noticed that none of my blog posts of 2019 have had photographs in them yet. No special featured image, just all plain. But not boring, words create images and structure creates imagination of the situation.

Look at the words. No photograph can match it.

My Experience Of Being An Introvert

Check out this post that I have written for Pooja’s blog!

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The terms introvert and extrovert haven’t been used in my life up until about two months ago. I stumbled across a couple of blogs talking about introversion and decided that I wanted to find a definition. All it says on Google is this
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and for an extrovert it says this
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I’m not shy, but I’m neither socially confident. This could mean that I am an ambivert (a mix of the two) but in the grand scale of things I’m closer to the introvert’s end of the scale and miles away from the extrovert’s.
Looking into unimportant definitions of peoples – from all of my overthinking – I found that I must be more of an introvert. To me, the definition is a broad term for someone who enjoys being around certain people but finds it awkward to build conversation or firmer relationships with people they have only just been introduced…

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How To Have The Best Experience In University As An Introvert | Guest Post

University can be a very confusing and terrifying time with so much going on and in my opinion it can be even harder when you are an introvert because you are forced into so many new situations and a lot of the time have to make a whole new set of friends. Here are my tips on how to have the best time as an introvert in university

  1. Don’t force yourself to be social- As a university student you may feel pressured to join a lot of clubs, go to parties and make a bunch of friends but that is not for everyone although it may seem like it. Of course it is great to go to parties, join clubs, meet new people and make new friends but don’t do it just for the sake of it until you are absolutely drained. Make sure to make time for yourself and spend some alone time to rejuvenate.
  2. Find the perfect place for you- It is never a good idea to join clubs or go places just because your friends want to because it’s most likely that they’ll have a better time then you will. Instead find clubs that you are interested in that may be better for your personality- stuff like the writing club, book club and such are usually great for introverts plus you’ll meet new people with similar interests and similar personalities which would be a great experience.
  3. Be open to new experiences- As much as it is important to spend time doing things you are comfortable with it’s also a good idea to once in a while try something new just for fun. University is a unique place where you get so many options to try new things that you may not get again so take advantage of it and get out of your comfort zone for a while even if you do end up going back home by nine and going to bed. At least you tried!
  4. Be prepared- Many introverts tend to be very anxious about new things but unfortunately many universities are not going to have baby steps for things and so you need to be prepared to face a lot of new challenges and have lots of new experiences. Don’t think about it too much and freak out before anything even happens, of course, but do know that there will be moments you will be forced out of your comfort zone and be prepared to face a lot of new challenges.

I hope these tips help you out and make your time at university a lot easier and much more enjoyable!

This post was written in collaboration with Kitty Jade! Check out the post she wrote for my blog called My Experience Of Being An Introvert.

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This is a guest post written by Pooja Gudka

The World Is Burning

When the world is burning below us,

We’ll still be sitting,

Here.

In fire but at peace with our thoughts.

When the world is crying below us,

We’ll still be sitting,

Here.

In tears but happy with ourselves.