Challenge’s rules: Post on three consecutive days. You can pick one or three quotes per day. Challenge three different bloggers per day. Today I choose to challenge these three amazing bloggers: whitewolf Purpleanais vishalbheeroo A week or so before I jetted off to Amsterdam in the Autumn, I decided that I’d read The Diary of Anne … More Daily Quote Challenge- 2/3
Happy 2nd Birthday to my Just A Small Town Girl blog! 😀 I decided to set up this blog about a month after I graduated from university, mainly because I was suffering mild withdrawal symptoms from the lack of essays and assignments in my life (yes I’m very sad, I know) so the plan was … More Blog’s 2nd Birthday
You know that feeling when you’re itching to write something, something good, but every attempt that you make just causes you to shudder and cringe with disgust whenever you read it back? I’m definitely going through one of those phases right now: a.k.a. writer’s block. Typically I’d say that my posts tend to write themselves. I’ll be sitting … More Writer’s Block
A friend asked me a question the other day, why do I write? And it got me thinking. I guess that ultimately I write because it provides me with clarity. As bizarre as it may sound, sometimes I don’t know exactly how I feel or what I think until I’ve put my thoughts down on a … More Why Do I Write?
It’s official, my Just a Small Town Girl blog is finally 1 years old and I just can’t shake this proud parent feeling that I have right now! Initially I thought that having a blog would be so much effort, something that I’d probably entertain for a month before getting bogged down and bored of it, but … More Blog’s 1st Birthday
Ok, so a few minutes ago I thought that I’d check in on my Stats page, something that I like to take a peek at whenever I get an unexpected influx of new comments/likes. Today however, I actually took the time to study the carefully constructed graphs and figures that I typically tend to bypass because I’m really not a numbers … More Blogging Progress Report
I first contracted Zuckerberg’s Facebook disease back in 2007, when I was a 15 year old student at an all-girls secondary school. Being able to add ‘friends’, write statuses and put up photos on this amazing social-networking site provided me with the ability for freedom of speech, which like most people, I had never experienced … More Why WordPress Trumps Facebook!