Why did you decide to start a blog and why did you become an open book? I like your blog by the way and left a comment.
Thanks! Well, I entered the journalism world towards the end of last year, so I decided it was time to start a more professional blog, since I had only kept personal journals in the past. I wanted something that I could share with people. I try my best to be an open book, because I trust in people and can be very vocal with my opinions.
Oh ho ho, almost anywhere :) I’m a loyal customer at Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic. Forever 21 is my guilty pleasure. My wardrobe is basically a combination of those four stores, unfortunately. I’m trying to expand :P
Not often at all. People post so often all at once that I just get sucked in whenever I log on. The flow of entries also makes it difficult to keep track of posts that I might actually find interesting. I do enjoy the concept, though. I used to despise it.
Are you a regular reader of Entertainment Weekly? I love it!
So do I! My best friend introduced me to it in the 8th grade, and I’ve been hooked over since. It’s probably the longest subscription I’ve ever kept. I can’t say that I always read the issues now that I’m in college, but I still love their reporting and style.
Far too often we get caught up in what we have to do and forget about what we want to do. I think we should start going out of our way to do little things to brighten our own days and things to brighten other people’s days. So that’s the purpose of this tumblr.
Please submit ideas about how to make someone’s day better. They can be things you do personally, things people have done for you or things you have seen other people do.
I really hope you take the time to do some of the things mentioned in this blog. It will make your day better. Please reblog and let others know about the blog.
I love Tumblrs with quick, happy entries like this one, GMH, etc.
I think people underestimate the power of platonic love. We’re so obsessed with finding ‘that one person’ we’re supposed to end up with that we forget how much we love in our daily lives, and what a privilege that is.