This tag, created by the fabulous Chloe Lauren last year, is one which aims to congratulate and commend bloggers in a series of categories inspired by social media. Since the tag was liked immensely by many, Chloe decided that it deserved a comeback for spreading so much positivity and kindness.
As some of you will know (haha do you really expect them to keep up with your life, Ash…), I moved schools last year due to various reasons. Last week marked the 1 year anniversary of moving to the now not-so-new school and I’m happy. Or at least as happy as a student can be when their GCSE’s are next year and have holiday homework. No no, Ash, don’t think about the work – it’s all a ploy created by the Government to distract the intellectual student population from their diabolical plans.
I’ve grown as a person this past school year and I’m grateful for the people I’ve met and the friends I’ve made. Also, Pinky Lilani and Aunty Ore (pronounced as O-ree) are life. Don’t feel lost – all will be explained in the next 682 words.
It’s no secret that I hardly ever participate in tags and awards because I’m a l
azy muffin very busy human with aspirations to change the world but this tag is absolutely brilliant so I couldn’t resist, okay? This is also where I announce that I’ve ended my several months’ long break…yes, I disappeared for a few months from the face of the blogosphere. Wait, you didn’t notice? K den.
Warning: this post is the result of a headache and a heart dissection.
When I think of 2016, I’m almost always brought back to a torrent of emotions including joy, despair, relief, pain, awe, disbelief, hope and much, much more. It’s the year that I became painfully aware of every single thing that was going on around me. From politics on the news to my friends at school, I felt like I was suddenly thrown into a whirlwind of terrible and beautiful moments right from the very first day, a year ago.