I wrote my FIRST ever blogpost on a (then Xanga) blog called KinkyBlueFairy 9 years ago!
It sounds so long when i say nine years… makes me think like, ‘wow. i was so young then.’
I’m not as young now but i’m still not old at all, thanks.
I feel quite proud i’ve been blogging for this long! It’s lasted longer than any other relationship or job i’ve had 😀 I’ve pretty much recorded down hundreds of experiences i’ve had throughout my entire 20s… which is great cos my memory is awful.
I was reading my very very old posts when i first started blogging, and ALL I USED TO WRITE ABOUT WAS DRINKING. -_- And a bit of college adventures. But it was mostly about partying. Hahaha oh man. I guess i can never go into politics (not like i would) what with all the very drunk pictures i used to post.
At least i post about all sorts of things now… and have decreased the drinking incidences. I mean, i still drink, but not like i used to. I CAN’T anyway. My body won’t let me. Speaking of which, if you’re in your early 20s and like partying, i STRONGLY suggest you take some pills for your liver starting now! I wish someone told me that when i was younger… I only just started taking some ayurvedic pills last year. (I buy Kamilari pills.)
Mmm drinking aside, i’m so happy that i still love to blog despite it having being almost a decade.
I still feel so HAPPY when i edit pictures and laugh to myself sometimes when i write down stuff.
I love being able to share all the things i eat and buy and find exciting.
I love the sweet comments and emails that readers send.
I feel so lucky for being spoilt by so many brands in fashion, food and travel.
I’m thankful for the money that this blog earns me, that i get to use to travel and shop and multiply my happiness.
I am very fortunate for all the projects and work that this blog has brought me…
(WOW i feel like i’m about to cry to myself here cos i’m getting emotional thinking about it all!)
THANK YOU to all you readers who’ve been following me on my journey since my early days… It’s because of you that i get to sustain myself doing something i love. So thank you very much.