The Bookishdamselle in the city

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HELLO! I’m greeting you all with a big hello because I have been inactive for months. I know, I’m being a neglectful blogger again, and I’m sorry for that.

Life hasn’t been good with me last March. Some trials went my way, and I had to do something with it, and it has been 4 months since I made the big move to the city from the province due to some personal reasons. Moving away from home is such a hard thing for me to do since I have lived there ever since I was born. Several years back, I resent living in the province because there’s nothing much to do and there’s nowhere to go. In other words, boring. I have always wanted to live in the city because of the malls, bookstores, and the like. Now that I am here, there is nothing I wouldn’t do just to be at home right now. It took me a week to adjust to my new environment, I spent every night crying and wishing that I was at home with my family. But sometimes I still get homesick especially at night. You know that hollow felling in your chest? Yes, that’s it. Nevertheless, I thank God for giving me the most supportive family, I could not have done this without them.

My parents used to visit me here every weekend but I made them stop because it is too tiresome, a 10-hour drive to the city is no joke, I’d rather have them spend the weekends at home together with my siblings; but I make sure to find time to come home at least once a month.

As I stay here, I notice that the city is way, way, way different from the province:

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February Wrap-Up

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February has been a very busy month for me because of school activities (Foundation Days, Friendship Meet, and Midterms Examination). I only managed to read 3 books this month which is not bad despite of having those said activities. I also manage to lay low in Bookstagram which is a very good thing because I used to spend all my time there. Yes, Bookstagram is fun but there are so much more than that. I love Bookstagram and all, but I think I just grew up and became more aware of my responsibilities.

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