LANY Appreciation Post

Okay, first of all, I'm not joining the bandwagon--just stating, since there are a lot of people who criticizes late fans of a certain group/band just because they started liking them after they became mainstream.-- Come on people! can we stop labeling everything. Can't we just like the things, music, movies, books etc. without being … Continue reading LANY Appreciation Post

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New Year’s… (Late, I Know)

It's been a while since the last time that I've written(post) anything. Busy? Not. I wouldn't consider myself busy, just preoccupied with my internship. Anyway, it's already 2018 and I just want to talk about my plans this year (kinda like a New Year's resolution). First. Health. I want to consult an opthalmologist, I wanted … Continue reading New Year’s… (Late, I Know)

Ways to De-Stress After a Bad Day

So much for a stressful day! This is just what I needed 😊

Breathe, April.

I saw a tweet from a reader asking for quote to deal with stress. This post isn’t a quote but I like to share my ways to de-stress after a bad or tiring day. Enjoy and I hope it helps.

🍃 Warm shower

– The soothing warmth instantly calms our body.

🍃 Wear your best sleepwear.

– For home buddies like me, our room is our sanctuary. It’s where we spend most of our time. So invest in good pajamas and sleepwear. The instant pop of color on your starry night pull over or the comfiness of your pizza printed pjs can instantly give you cozy feeling.

🍃 Night routine

– A lot of us have routines before we go to sleep. From putting beauty products to organizing our bed. Whatever your routine is, you must do it mindfully to divert your thoughts away from the anxious feeling.

🍃 Music

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How to “Show, Don’t Tell”

A Writer's Path

by Chrys Cymri

I’m still getting used to the life of a self-published author, particularly in this age of Amazon and customer reviews. Authors are advised that books need to have reviews, the more reviews the better, even those which are not entirely positive.

In order to obtain those reviews, I’ve been involved in various ‘review exchanges.’ I read one writer’s book and post a review, and s/he does the same with one of mine. Better yet are the non-reciprocal reviews set up by groups on Goodreads, in which people sign up for a review round and the moderator ensures that you are not reviewing the work of someone who is reading your book. This is to ensure complete honesty.

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