I am knee deep in a phone crisis, and I need your help. I am confused, confused, confused, between two phones:
Nokia Lumia 925
Now I can’t afford the iPhone 5s, but I love Apple and have an iPad and iPod Touch, so I know I can trust them and I’m very comfortable with the UI. However, I already own an iPod Touch as I said, so buying an iPhone will essentially be the same thing except there’s call features too, right?
The Nokia Lumia is running on Windows 8 and is definitely not something I have ever tried before. But I want to experience something new and different, and I love the way Nokia Lumia 925 looks and it’s camera is supposed to be fantastic. I don’t mind the limited apps, and it seems to have all the iPhone features while having a lower price.
But again, I’m more comfortable with Apple products, and I guess I’m just too nervous to try out something different. What if I don’t like it? Which has a better camera? Because I NEED to have a good camera on my phone.
Help me, people. It is a matter of life and death.
I’m really sorry for posting this so late, but life got in the way and I also totally blanked out. (I’m so sorry Kayla, please don’t kill me). It is Day 4 and Today I will be talking about the Paranormal Genre within YA.
When you think of the Paranormal genre what do you think? Twilight? At least most people do. They think of shiny sparkly vampires and werewolves. Or you might think of the cliche, lonely (or average) girl meets a hunky mysterious guy who just screams DANGER yet she cannot resist him and he turns out to be a fairy, vampire, werewolf, etc. The Paranormal genre has gotten such a bad rep that most of us kind of inwardly cringe when recommended a paranormal book. We shy away from it.
Today I don’t really want to touch upon the “bad” of the paranormal, but focus on…
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I’ve been slacking off from my German. Busy, busy, busy…anyway, I crammed in sometime in between my schedule and learnt a few verbs. Nothing hilarious this time, just plain old German, and I must say, I’m coming to like this language a lot.
It’s so sophisticated. I’m just imagining myself walking around sprouting fluent German and all the people will look at me in wonder and awe and I’ll be able to say whatever I want to the people in my home town and most of them won’t understand it so I’m safe from social suicide.
Ich Bein AWESOME.
I myself am going to be visiting soon. Can’t wait!
Over the border and into Germany, we headed to the university town of Heidelberg. With free time this afternoon, we relaxed at one of Heidelberg’s pubs and climbed the Gothic church’s spire for great views over this pretty town. Afterwards we followed along the Rhine River, weaving through valleys dotted with castles and vineyards…
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So I realized I haven’t made a list post in quite sometime, and was inspired by all the pretty blogs I’ve visited these last few weeks. Mind you, most of these will be book blogs, since that’s the particular niche I’ve been digging into for a while now. So without further ado, let me begin! These are all the pretty and cute blogs I’ve seen in the last few weeks (in no particular order).
1. Xpresso Reads
This blog was one of the first book blogs I came across. I love the animation and the font of the navigation menu, and my favourite part of this blog is probably that slider which highlights all their recent reviews up there at the top.
2. Book Briefs
Book Briefs is absolutely beautiful. I have found it to be elegant, chic, and modern at the same time. My favourite part of this blog, I have to say, is it’s header and font. That swirly effect is very classy, and I am a huge fan of the blue circles up there.
3. The Cutest Blog On The Block
TCBOTB is essential to the blogging world – they provide free templates, headers, and a ton of other blogging design related freebies, so it’s kind of obvious that they would make this list. I love the color tones in this blog, and the way it’s all girly but smart at the same time.
4. YA Book Queen
Again, I love the animated picture at the top. The blue is a favourite of mine, and the font is again elegant and formal on this blog.
5. Blog Guide Book
This blog’s minimalistic approach is amazing. I love how the light blue blends with the white and it gives a very chic look and feel to the entire website. The branch is another favourite I harbor.
6. Thrifty Decor Chick
I love the graphic design at the left end of the header on this blog. It’s floral pattern in very pretty. And again, the font! God, am I a sucker for pretty fonts.
7. Symphony Of Words
Ok, so this is a little biased. OK, a LOT biased. This is my book blog, Symphony of Words, and probably isn’t even that gorgeous. But what can I say? It’s. It’s my baby.
8. The Broke & The Bookish
I love the color tones of this blog. The orange title and it’s font is very elegant and smart, and the way the header is shaped at the top – like something from Aladdin – is honestly the prettiest thing I’ve ever seen.
9. Her Book Self
Enough with minimalistic – this baby is packed with features, from the overly informal header – it may look a little cluttered, but I like it – to the look of paper and bindings at the border of the main body of the blog.
10. Anna Reads
THIS BLOG. It has a special place in my heart. This blog is what inspired me to start blogging in the first place. I’m a huge fan of that book at the top right, and the color combination of green and grey. The background is absolutely lovely and the font, though very simple, never ceases to take my breath away. Ok, I’m using too many hyperboles now. But truly, this blog is definitely on the of the prettiest.