Every month, new things happen, new discoveries are made. And interests are broadened too. Of course, in February, school gained much more importance too. So I’m simply busier than ever 😉
Anyway, it’s always a pleasure to share my monthly findings with you guys. Enjoy!
I’m much drawn to emo hairstyles and here’s How To Have Emo Hair Without Going To Extremes!
I’ve been playing Sims Medieval and here’s a Complete Guide to it!
I’ve also been researching on journalism because I’m planning to get a first degree in this field so here’s a clear Overview of BA in Journalism, if ever some of you are interested too. I think that the website consists of many other educational fields too.
The top UK university league table 2012 in the Complete University Guide.
Continue reading “Sites of the Month: February 2012”
What if you were God and you could watch us all from your divine tower up there? What would you see?
You might see the beauty… or the disasters. It could be sunny… or cloudy.
For once, I could catch a peaceful view:
A light breeze was refreshing a very hot day while we waited for the cool evening to come…
This photograph was taken from Le Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis, Mauritius.
I was walking up the stairs at that time and for once, I decided to look down.
God looks down all the time. He watches over us. Just like we should watch over the weaker, the poorer.
An Evil Nymph.
Today, I have a very special guest post to offer, by Izzy Woods! 🙂 *applause*
If you are a teen just like me and you’re tempted to go forward and write novels or other published stories, keep on reading!
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Continue reading “Guest Post: Writing Advice For Teens”
The hardest thing for a student is to balance his/her studies and his/her extracurricular activities: the two main big projects of his/her life which will greatly contribute to his/her future as a citizen.
Continue reading “The Hardest Thing For A Student…”
As any other children in a family, I go to seek advice from my parents (especially my father) when I’m not feeling good.
“Dad, my stomach hurts.”
“Drink some water and it’ll go away.”
“Dad, I have a headache.”
“Go and drink a glass of water.”
“Dad, I’m feeling nauseous.”
“Drink some water.”
“Dad, I’m sick!”
Continue reading “Water is the Remedy of All…”
I regret not to have opened my mouth.
I regret not to have walked towards him.
I regret not having been able to stop him when he went away.
I regret making the same mistakes again and again…
Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Regret”
When I say ‘love’ I mean universal love, i.e. should it be partners’ love, parental love, friendship.
I think it’s too bad to only believe that St. Valentine’s Day is only celebrated by lovers. At school we all wished one another a happy St. Valentine’s Day and one of my friends told me that she was going to go out with her family for dinner tonight. Because they live in love.
So I love my friends and family… and my fellow readers and blogging buddies!
That’s why I’m going to share the awards I received recently and I’m going to ‘pass the love on’ as the saying goes. 🙂
With all my heart, I thank:
1. MoonLightened Way for the One Lovely Blog Award.
2. Leila Gaskin for the Sunshine Award.
Continue reading “The Day Dedicated to Love”