Recently I read a blog post from the Katy Project in which Katy discusses her interest in looking towards dating apps to find relationships. I always found dating apps distasteful. Especially those that are based on one’s appearance. But Katy’s blog post made these apps seem appealing. And so, I tried Bumble. And within one day I have … More Stay Bumble: Why I find dating apps distasteful and why I also created my own profile
Because creating content nowadays is so easy it seems that every ten and thirty-five year old with a camera and laptop is making YouTube videos. I find that this results in an oversaturated market with low-quality content. As someone who feels that quality over quantity is important, I find this distressful. I find it damaging that … More The Damages of an Oversaturated Market and Low-quality Content
I think that based on how I am growing and getting to know myself as a person, this blog doesn’t really fit my personality. This is understandable as I’m constantly growing and still haven’t totally figured myself out. But what I definitely do not want to do is keep doing something that I do not enjoy … More Re-Branding
There are many things I’m looking forward to. And so, I made a list. Here are 6 things I am looking forward to. Having children. I love kids and I long to adopt/foster, many children. I’m excited to grow myself a mini human into a fully functioning adult. Starting a successful business. This will most likely be … More What Are You Looking Forward To?
The last “real” piece of mail I received… Well, knowing me, this wouldn’t be a daily journal blog post by Mars if I did not question the topic at hand. What does it mean by “real” mail? As in using the postage system rather than email? Or as in the last letter received? Well, I will … More The Last Piece of Real Mail You Received
Welcome to the 13th of May Daily Journal topic regarding something that is not foreign to this blog: fashion. To be quite honest, in reading this question I can’t think of an outfit that has genuinely made me exuberantly happy. The people I get dressed up for, the things I do when I wear certain … More An Outfit That Makes You Happy
This question is much like the “What is a Hero?” question from yesterday. I often don’t like to think of myself to be having a role model. Everyone has faults and I don’t want to mimic my life as anyone else’s. But there are lots to learn from many people and I choose to extract … More Who is Your Role Model?
I could approach this question in a variety of ways. Frankly, I don’t like ambiguous questions. What is a hero according to who? As Christina Yang said on Grey’s Anatomy, there’s no such thing as a hero. People like to think that heroes exist so that they can feel better, but they don’t. People are people. … More What is a Hero?
Whilst on the Studying app run by Amino (which I highly recommend by the way), I came across a blog post by Life of Lovely which had a list of topics to write about each day for every day within a year. I decided to take up this challenge and begin writing a journal entry … More One Journal Entry Per Day
To kick off my journal-a-day entries, the designated topic for May 9th is “Three Things I’m Proud of.” Below is a list and short description of those three things. If you decide to keep up this journal with me, send me a link of the three things you’re proud of so I can give it … More Three Things I am Proud Of