Hello, hello!

This past week, I've learned that there is a not-so-secret science in blogging through this awesome site. It's wonderful and thorough without scaring the shit out of you. Apparently, there are many things to consider when you're blogging. But for now, I just want to take a breather and write like a human, Google rankings be damned. :)

So the month has been quite full:

There was a lot of books to read

Street children to be concerned with

...among other things.

And I just want to say that I am so thankful for this piece of quiet that I've found today, to write from the confines of my home. It's great that birds are chirping, plus a wonderful breeze is keeping us fresh.

Lately writing has been such daunting task. I end up staring at a blank piece of paper, willing myself to just go for it, and sometimes I overthink.

Will people click on this post?
How many engagements will I have?
Is this in line with my theme?

So many things to consider!

Whatever happened to writing just for the heck of it?

I guess it's not 2006 anymore and people don't really write about...well, feelings that way. Maybe I'm a bit backward.

But I think there's just cathartic joy in writing spontaneously like this. Maybe more for the writer than the reader, but if the reader likes my thoughts then I guess that's an achievement in itself. Writing is such a quiet, wonderful thing. And although I'm slowly learning how to write for the internet and using SEO and hashtags and stuff, writing like it's 2006 would always remain a favorite. 

There's just something so human about it, don't you think?

I guess that's it for now. 

Have a wonderful week ahead!

All the love, 

K x

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