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Blogging Everyday in August (BEDA)

just a few summer favourites

long skirts | flared sleeves | swishy flared dresses | yellow jacket | wedged shoes | polka dots | scrunchies | thrift shopping | swing dresses | denim jackets | haute hijab | alberta ferretti | conan gray | tan france | doddleoddle| hazel hayes | elle mills | saimasmileslike | bertie gilbert | connor franta | sha’an d’anthes | ashley skye | jamie jo | girl boss …

Art and Paintings Blogging Everyday in August (BEDA) The Sunday Sketch

the sunday sketch – four

here’s another mini sunday sketch! just another lil sketch that i did in my skecthbook , which i love. i did it while watching some youtube videos and relaxing after a stressful exam yesterday. i used my muji gel pen in 0.38, and a yellow tombow marker. my sketchbook is the xl canson mix media sketchbook. if anyone wants to start doing mini sketches …

Blogging Everyday in August (BEDA)

here are a few more of my favourite things

small cafes | warm hugs | a hug from the back | old friends | new friends | close friends | long conversations | old books | sleepless nights | rainy days with a long book | fantasy books | childhood books | percy jackson | candy apple | rainbow fish | corduroys | paddington | little bear | disney | …

Blogging Everyday in August (BEDA) Writing

tune out the static sound of the city that never sleeps

writing prompt: chose a saying and write something about it tune out the static sound of the city that never sleeps – (don’t know who said this – found on tumblr) the city that never sleeps. the buzz is always in the air. the sound of cars. the sound of people shouting to one another. …

Blogging Everyday in August (BEDA) Memories Writing

memories from eid

Eid Mubarak !!! here’s a lil bit about this eid, which is called eid-ul-adha. it is celebrated on the 10th day of the last month of the islamic calendar, after muslims from around the world complete pilgrimage, or hajj, to Mecca, Saudia Arabia. it’s one of the few things muslims should do, but only if they are able to afford it, however it’s not compulsory in islam. another reason why …