Broke without a plan at all

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 I have no idea where to start. I really don’t even want to. I don’t have the energy to continue to fight if I were to lose much more.

But I can’t exactly just sit in this same spot for the rest of my life. I just wish I knew how to do this. Any of it. I wish I knew how to pick myself up and be the same person I was before. But I just don’t know how.

What’s to plan? – The Story of Purple Stars (home.blog)

I was so overwhelmed I didn’t know what I was feeling, but I knew that I want these love letters kind of love

Keywords: 80s , effort , letters , longdistance , love , loveletters , parents , relationship

I tried to read but couldn’t because it was in a different language that I don’t know. See how smart my parents are. They knew someday I will, find these letters and try to read them, and that’s why they did not teach me that language.

https://ankitagour.wordpress.com/2020/11/20/love-letters

I’m trying my best to study very hard so that after I graduate I can work and gave him everything because he deserves the best

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You know, I wanted to be an actress ever since I was a child. And now I wanted to do vlogging but yeah maybe soon. Oh I forgot! I also like singing eventhough I’m not a good singer, I also like dancing but that doesn’t I’m dancer and I like cooking but I guess cooking doesn’t like me. (Oh! I feel like I’m writing nonsense but that’s me)

https://katekarolyndales.design.blog/2020/11/09/autobiography

Why do I have to feel like I need to justify myself though?

Keywords: love , save the planet , adoption , adulthood , carbon footprint , childhood , family , life choices , maternal instinct , no kids , parents , relationships

When I was a kid, I didn’t ask myself such a question because I’ve always thought it was the thing to do, the purpose of every woman, the reason we find a partner and get married… It’s only when I turned 30 that I realised my mum would have been pregnant for the second time by that age. And I didn’t feel like I was going to be ready myself anytime soon. I heard a lot of comments such as “You’re turning 30 now, the clock is ticking!” but deep down I think I already knew it wasn’t for me. I didn’t know for sure until my little sister fell pregnant, almost 3 years ago. She announced it with pictures and I cried when I realised she was telling me she had a bun in the oven. I cried with joy, the news made my sister and her husband so happy.

https://biggirlbigcity.blog/2020/10/23/do-you-want-kids