a new year

Dear reader, thank you for joining me in (finally) starting this new year. I’ve been inhaling knowledge and exhaling words for my thesis and did not want to push myself even more to also update on here as well. That is why it has been a little quieter from my side, but I still loved reading blogposts from others. I hope you had a good start of the year. And if not, no worries. New starts can always be made if you need them. I feel February will be a new start for me as well, since it means the end of another academic semester and the start of a new adventure. And I feel like I need it. A fresh breath of cool winter air. The one that prickles the inside of your lungs.

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5 year anniversary…

… of the blog! a teacup of me is five years old! Five! As you might be able to tell, I am surprised I kept it up this long. But it is all thanks to you, my dearest readers. Although I haven’t (ever) been very constant with posting, you are reading this. Thank you! However scary the internet might sometimes feel, I can always come on here and speak my mind to perfect strangers and blogging friends.

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october

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Remember how I said September had gone by fast? I blinked and the same happened with October. Which is totally unfair, because this is my favourite time of the year. I adore the colors of nature during autumn, taking walks in the forest, collecting orange and yellow leaves and conkers. This process always seems to last shorter than spring or summer. Especially when you are busy with meeting the deadlines from work or your study, which is always a bit overwhelming at the start of the school year. But we made it! The first essays are in and now I’m anxiously waiting for my results. And whilst I wait, I blog, I write, I watch movies, apply for internships and most of all: stay at home.

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remember, september

i can barely remember september. it is as if the memory faded as quickly as it was made. i blame my brain. i blame the days that look alike, the life that was never more the same. i could blame the world, outside my room. but actually only i am to blame, for the barely remembered september.

i feel i’m a bit on the late side to write about last month, but i’ve just been feeling overwhelmed. and weird. and uninspired to write. but now i slowly feel some life flooding back into the part of my brain that loves blogging.

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