8 months of emotions

i might as well blog about today seeing as i am too eager to wait until tomorrow morning! In the past eight months where i have not spoken to you at all, i have been in a relationship, been heartbroken, lost a friend, gained 1,000 followers on instagram (link at the side) and started a new youtube channel (also linked at the side). There have also been some other stuff that has gone on but that doesn’t have to be on the internet. So yes, it has been an emotional 8 months and i wish that i hadn’t have forgotten about this space where i can write about stuff!

Today, i have cut my own bangs (fringe), which was the most terrifying experience of my life, and found this hecking rad artist. He is called ‘dog trainer’ and he is on spotify, i 100% recommend you give his music a go and listen to it. i fell in love mainly because of the style of the chill music and thats what i was looking for when i went on discover weekly. Discover weekly is an amazing place to discover new music and i recommend give this a try if you are stuck with the same playlist.

It is raining in England as i type but i like that. i love rain and i especially love it when it rains in summer as it just fells so not right. Also, it gives me an excuse to wear my cute sweaters and trousers and wear my duvet around the house. Last night, i finished all the bright places and i cried until i could no longer cry. it was beautifully sad and i recommend this too (https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Books/All-Bright-Places-Jennifer-Niven/0141357037 < link to the book on amazon).

I should do a favourites video.

-L

p.s i am not sponsored by anything here i just want everyone to know how fab things are

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sorry sorry sorry

wow, this feels weird writing this. I am sorry that it has been a month since i last wrote on here, i have lacked inspiration and school was taking up most of my life (so did anime though). There is no point to this blog entry so you don’t have to cary on but i will cary on writing for a tad longer.  Continue reading “sorry sorry sorry”