Day Eight: Reinvent the Letter Format Note: I started this post as merely just a post. It wasn't supposed to be a response to a prompt. Then I found myself writing a letter, which is also my current assignment. So, here it is! 😛 Dear Blogging U, I'm afraid I'm not going to be able … Continue reading Thank You, Blogging U! | Everyday Inspiration
Day Seven: Let Social Media Inspire You https://twitter.com/sixwordshort/status/790787775373074432 In silence, you cared In silence, you hurt In silence, you loved In silence, you suffered You who carefully hid them You who refused to say Small things you did For the future they wished big To know, they weren't aware To see, they were blind You've gifted them … Continue reading In Silence | Everyday Inspiration
Day Six: Where do you write? What is your ideal setting? As I write this, I am sitting on a comfy chair at our dining table and a warm coffee by the side (while waiting for my laundry to finish haha). Of course, I wouldn't miss the laptop in front of me as I type … Continue reading The Space to Write | Everyday Inspiration
Day Five: Hook 'Em with a Quote Yesterday you can't alter, but your reaction to yesterday you can. The past you cannot change, but your response to your past you can. - Max Lucado, When God Whispers Your Name It wasn't your fault. It wasn't your choice. Yet you faced the cosequences you didn't deserve. … Continue reading Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow | Everyday Inspiration
Day Four: A Story in a Single Image She was restless. She was tired. Tired of routine. Of late nights and early mornings. Of commute and the rush hour. Of bills and payments. Tired of work. Of meetings. Of emails and communications. Of deadlines and reports. Tired of people. Of conversations and get-togethers. Of thinking for them. Of … Continue reading Restless | Everyday Inspiration
Day Three: One-Word Inspiration I know your secret. Or rather, the secret the gossip vines have borne me. Now I'm judging you by the hazy picture they've painted. The clues are there. The witnesses have spoken. How I wish I don't belive them. I'm so sorry.
Day Two: Write a List I believe you get a glimpse of a person's personality from the things she likes. So, to get to know me better, here's some of mine: Violet. My favorite color. If you're a friend of mine, you'd know this. You'd laugh at how I randomly point at a thing and … Continue reading Five Things I Like | Everyday Inspiration