6 types of writer’s block that took turns plaguing me for the last few weeks

1. As soon as I find the time

Words, phrases, sentences and ideas swirl around in your head and you want to sit down and sort them out so much; so very, very much. However, the two essays due this Thursday won’t write themselves. Also, don’t forget about those chemical equations you have to get done by midnight (online homework really can be a pain) and– oh shoot!

Things I learned from my taxi driver

In my experience (although frankly that’s not saying much) there are 2 different types of taxi drivers: the ones that don’t say a thing and the ones that won’t stop talking. My experience features the latter.

A couple of days ago I managed to get so lost that I, for the love within me, couldn’t figure out how to get back home.

Perks of being a single child

Just to clarify #1: No, I don’t mean my relationship statues although that would be accurate as well.

Jtc #2: My brother is still very much alive, he’s just staying with a friend to celebrate their first week of summer holiday.

Even though I don’t want to be a single (or is it only?) child forever (who’d play Mario Cart with me!?) I have noticed the occasional perk:

♣ having the ice cream tub all to myself

♣ getting to watch Sex and the City and Pretty Woman whenever I want

althooooough there is a slight downside: 

♣ when mom’s off to work I can crank up the music as loud as I want and sing at the top of my voice (there has been the occasional complaint from the neighbors though…..

Baby Steps

So these last few weeks have been kind of very much not fun (understatement of the year) and even though every day makes me feel like a slug going up hill, I plow on restlessly, because I have to. There’s no other option. Therefore in the spirit of positive reinforcement I’ve made a list of all the things I have accomplished over the last few days (small and pathetic as they may be) without Dad’s help.

Time for change.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

boys and girls.

Things have got to change.

And soon.

I can’t just go dissapearing on y’all for a week and a half and pretend like nothing is wrong!


It’s bad for me, my writing and my blog. I’ve noticed I turn into a sniffling, self-pitting, son of a– well let’s just say I can be very unpleasant whenever I go too long without picking up a pen and stringing together some fancy words.

Building my wall of happiness one brick at a time

Hey y’all!

Sorry for the 24ish hours delay. My wordpress schedule thingy had a bad day and forgot to upload my Sunday post. But it’s ok. We’re ok. All is forgiven. *rainbow emoji*

Anyways speaking of bad days remember the serious dump of a slump I was in last week? Well even though I can’t say it’s completely gone (there still are days when all I want to do is curl up in bed and die sleep), it’s definitely getting better.