Grid

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Grid.”


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I really love this photo, especially because the grid reflects in what was left of a puddle. If you want to check out the black and white version which is also pretty stunning, you can see it on my instagram (url down below)!

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Writing101: Day Eight – Reinvent the Letter Format

Dear me from 10 years ago,

It’s ok to be different and not to fit into someone else’s idea of what you should be. You will go through so many bad things, but it will pass and you WILL have so many good memories. Please try to be less pessimistic about life as you grow up, don’t give up on hope and don’t give up on people and trust. If you are scared to do something you love or want you don’t have to be, it will give you a bit of confidence and it will make an unforgettable memory that you will cherish forever. Also remember that nothing, bad or good, lasts forever. And I know you don’t love yourself but now you should know that I do love you, as innocent as you were.


Love,
Magdalena

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Writing101: Day Seven – Hook ‘Em With a Quote

Today is all about quotes, and using the blockquote feature. So here is the quote:

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
― Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings 


As a writer/blogger I always have this urge to share some of my most personal stories with my readers. Sometimes it is just because I want a raw and truthful to the maximum story and sometimes I just need to get that story out of my system and make it more clearer. Examples for both of those post are: 1) A Room With A View and 2) A Story In A Single Image.

The same way a lie eats you out, untold story eats a writer out. The struggle between keeping your personal life enough private and writing about some aspects of your life that truly are stories which deserved to be heard is present all the time. We all have those stories we don’t tell anyone, no matter how much we want to. But now I am asking you one very important question: Why are you keeping that story for yourself? Too intimate? Too raw? Too embarrassing? Too scary? Are you afraid of people actually getting to know you? I know I am!

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Writing 101: Day Six – A space to write

Today I am going to talk about the space where I usually write. Nothing too exciting, but there is something new. At the end I am having a poll, so be sure to stick to the end!


As an introvert I find most of my inspiration when I am alone, so I usually write in the quiet of my room. I have two different ways of how I write: one is just me, my headphones and some music that matches what I am writing about, and the second one is me, my headphones on without anything actually coming out of them, and the sound of my fingers landing on the keyboard. 

Sometimes if I feel inspired I write notes in my planner or my phone if I happened to forget the planner. But that happens on rare occasions. To me it is also very important that no one walks around me whilst I am writing a post, so I usually limit my writing to late hours or simply when I know no one is around. I never really went to a coffee shop or somewhere similar to write because: A) I share my laptop (that has seen better days) with my mother, so I prefer my PC and B) because nobody does that where I live and I guess people don’t find that normal. I totally understand why someone would go to a coffee shop and write, but people in my town are very judgemental and still look at laptops as robots.

So, that will be it for today’s writing101 assignment, nothing special as I already said. Now you can answer the poll down below!

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Writing 101: Day five – Let Social Media Inspire You

Today’s assignment is to use a tweet for inspiration. Below you can see the one I chose to be my inspiration.


This is something I find very important and something that is really worth writing about. As people we always search for something to call home and as we grow older we realize that home is not a place at all. Home can be anything you interpret it as, a person, a memory, a feeling. The luckiest of us are carrying their homes with them. They, their body and their mind are their home, a temple where they feel safe and sound. For someone who has battled with depression and who is still in not-so-good terms with anxiety, that fact is fascinating. For those lucky bastards (I am kidding of course) this is not sign of confidence, this is sign that they are at peace with themselves and everything they are and have to offer. That is a beautiful thought, isn’t it?

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