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Mystery Blogger Award Tag

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                                  Another tag. I'm so proud of this. 😊 Since I have no blogging schedule (at present), I decided to do this tag straight away. I got this tag in the similar way as the last one. But this time I was also officially tagged by  Julia  through the comments (another proud moment). The rules: Put the award logo/image on your blog. (see above ^) Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog. (Thank you  Julia  for officially tagging me! Note: this link here leads to her homepage of her blog while the other link above leads to her mystery blogger award tag post.) Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well. (this was created by  Okoto Enigmas ) Answer the five questions you were asked. Nominate ten - twenty people. (We'll see how this goes. I'll probably have to be sneaky and see if I can nominate anyone.) Notify your nominees by commenting on their blogs/linking to their most recent posts. (Same deal as ab

How to Live Without Regret

Another bonus post. ' Cause why not and what else do I have to do besides all the usual things that I've been doing for weeks since the quarantine started?  As you noted by the title, this is about living without regret. This is something that has been on my heart for a while, to share how to get rid of that annoying regret. If you're anything like me, you would have regrets that happened days, weeks, months and even years ago. I know what it is to have regret dwelling in my head for days. A lot of times, it would go away only to return to haunt you (like when you're trying to sleep). "I wish I didn't do that," your thoughts would go. "I wish did this differently." And having experienced this so many times, and getting sick of it, I came across ways to overcome it. Don't get me wrong, I still struggle with regrets but now I have "tools" to help me to dwell on them for a shorter time. Maybe when I'm old, it would be for a minut

The Quarantined Characters Blog Tag!

Today, I'm doing my first tag ever! How amazing I'm doing it so soon in the blog world. I got tagged by  Jenna  because she tagged everyone who was the reading the blog post to do it and I couldn't pass this one up. Okay, so there rules: Technically, these aren't rules... just guidelines. Just share about what any of your original characters (yes, any, from whichever project you choose) would be doing if they lived in this modern world during this pandemic- ALL QUARANTINED IN ONE HOUSE. Use pictures of them if you like. Don't if you're like me ;). Tag other quarantined writers you know to do this tag and link back to this post so I read can read all about your characters' quarantined adventures! Use this link:  https://imperialscribis.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/what-your-characters-are-doing-in-quarantine-blog-tag/ So, I'm going to use my characters from my current WIP (which is the FHE series). It's amusing to me because my characters are base

Easter Meaning + Favourite Writing Songs

I thought since it is the Easter weekend, I should do a Easter post. Right now I have no idea what to write about. We all know what is is about. What new take do I have? I don't know. I guess all I have to say is to remember the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus Christ. That He died for us and made us clean. He gave us hope when we had none. He gave us life, true life. He conquered over death. During this time of coronavirus there is a lot of fear, panic and death. People have died all over the world from it. That's scary. With all the chaos of people doing stupid things, quarantine, social distancing and any other madness, it's easy to feel anxiety when things are spiraling out of control. It's uncertain times, guys. No one knows how long it will last or who will get it next. But we can have no fear and no worry through Christ. We can have security while the whole world falls down. Do you know that you could not fear death itself? If we just think about that for a

Encouraging Things During Covid19

I've decided to hop on the ship and give my encouragement during this time of Covid19. Since I can't think of anything that others haven't already done, I'm going to share the things that I found really encouraging, helpful and what I might have done if I bothered to. Maybe. A blog post which is filled with encouraging bible verses. You should go check it out. It has humour too.  What a Novel Idea: I’m not a therapist, but- A playlist about surviving coronavirus (it's called that).  Spotify A blog post and podcast about writing hopeful stories in stressful times.  The power of hopeful stories in stressful times Two videos that help in finding something to do as well encouragement at the same time.  Youtube  and  Youtube A blog post and podcast about challenges and solutions with writing from home during coronavirus. 8 challenges and solutions of writing from home Another playlist of encouragement with the coronavirus situation.  Spotify An article about Tan