(note: this is not a review of Turtles All the Way Down, though I do expect to do one in the future.) Okay, honestly I have a lot going on right now and I don’t have anything for today’s TTT (I did a similar post last year), so I’m going with a 2013-style what’s-on-Emily’s-mind post. Because it’s this or nothing.
I started blogging six years ago. My blog has gone through a lot of changes since then. I started with very personal posts and poetry filled with drama and teenage angst. From there, I slowly started entering the book blogging community, and then I made the switch to Mixed Margins here on WordPress earlier this year. But whenever I first started
That feels like a long time for blogging, even if it went by relatively quickly. I’ve been thinking a bit about my blog lately. Six years and what is there to show? Almost 700 posts, hours and hours of time put into it, and only a handful of subscribers. My views have gone up in the past few years, but
I was going through my archives earlier because Facebook informed me that it has been a year since I posted my notorious A Thought on Disney’s Frozen post. And then I got looking through my “verse” label, because I haven’t written any kind of poetry since October and I kind of miss it. It used to come so naturally so
For my 4-year anniversary on to be real (oops it was actually on Sunday), I created a new blog on WordPress: This is not up and running yet and I have no idea if I will officially make the move there or not. I’m just going to try it out for a little while and see what it’s like. But
I was nominated by Susanna for the best blogging buddies award!Here are the rules: 1) Make a post to show your award on your main blog. 2) Tag whoever nominated you. 3) Tag some blogging buddies (or bloggers you hope to become buddies with!). 4) Ask your buddies 15 questions (or more). 5) Answer all the questions that your nominating
Welcome to my 500th blog post. I feel overwhelmed. To think that I’ve been writing on here for nearly four years…to think I’ve stuck with it for so long. Granted, my posting has become a little less frequent, but that’s just a result of life. I’m not 17 and a senior in high school anymore. I have a college degree.