Your dog has become part of your family, so you know how he or she feels. But yes, that a dog can’t talk, sometimes makes it a bit difficult. Fortunately, you can read from the following signals that your four-legged friend is very cheerful! Wagging the tail is the fastest way to tell that your… Continue reading You can tell by these signals that your dog is happy
I didn’t write a personal update all that long ago, but a lot has happened since the last one I’ve written. So, I think it’s time to dive into what my life looks like right now, and will probably look like in the foreseen future. Semester 3 grades Believe it or not, I passed the… Continue reading The second personal update of 2023
As I was going to the film and going out for dinner on Monday, I was told I’m gonna be an aunt in a little more than 5 months! And I couldn’t be more excited! Let me explain the details! First of all, I don’t have any siblings. No brothers, no sisters, nothing whatsoever. I’m… Continue reading I’m gonna be an aunt!
Do you and your friends and/or family like to play board games? You mostly do that for the purpose of having fun or spending time together, but did you know that it also provides actual benefits? Let me list them for you! Playing a board game requires utmost concentration and a phone doesn’t help with… Continue reading Playing board games improves your memory and mood
My friend Paul’s girlfriend’s mother is someone he can’t really get along with. Despite him having tried many things before to change this, without success, he has now found ways to strengthen his relationship with her. And he’s here today to tell you how! 1. Don’t expect anything Try not to have expectations of certain… Continue reading A troublesome mother-in-law? This is the best way to deal with this
I myself don’t have any siblings, but my friend Wendy has, according to her, two amazing sisters. And she believes sisters don’t get enough recognition nowadays. So, she’s here to tell you why you should love your sister(s) more! Having a sister makes you friendlier, according to science. The research found that having a sister… Continue reading Reasons why you should appreciate your sister(s) more
Where one person has fond memories of their childhood, the other may prefer not to think about it. You probably have an idea if you grew up with nice parents or not. You can recognise whether someone doesn’t come from a safe family by the following signs. Not all children grow up in a household… Continue reading Signs that tell someone probably had terrible parents
Would you like to improve the relationship with your mother-in-law, for whatever reason? Whether it’s because you’ve got a fight, or feel like you don’t know each other well enough yet? Then try these fun activities! Cooking together If your mother-in-law cooks regularly, the kitchen is the perfect place to grow closer. Ask her about… Continue reading Want to improve your relationship with your mother-in-law? Let me help you!
Cats can’t be compared to dogs. That should be logical, but that’s not the case for every pet owner out there. By doing these things, your cat will greatly appreciate and respect you! No dominance Cats have certainly become more sociable over the past thousand years, but this doesn’t mean they like or enjoy being… Continue reading To do’s that your cat will thank you for
Anyone with a sense of love knows that animals are definitely a part of this. Your own comrade is your everything, your greatest love. I’ll therefore happily list why having a pet makes your life ten times more fun! Always happy to see you 9 out of 10 times when you’re at the door fidgeting… Continue reading Why having a pet is the best thing ever
I advise everyone to visit their grandma and grandpa as often as possible. They’re simply the sweetest people on earth who pamper their grandchild(ren) with love. And you can see that in almost everything they do. I’m curious if you recognise the following in your grandparent(s)! Biscuit tin You’re less than a minute in and… Continue reading The things that happen whenever you visit your grandparents
I want to give a trigger warning up ahead. I know some people require that so, here’s the one time trigger warning that this post is gonna mention animal death. I remember the first time my aunt and uncle brought you home with them. You lived with a different family, but they abused you. They… Continue reading I’m gonna miss you, dear nephew
We all have parents, otherwise we wouldn’t have entered this world. Parents are the ones who do everything out of love for you, and they want the best for you. Every parent has a different way of raising their kids. Therefore, I’ll discuss the different types of parents. Grounded/detention You have those parents who just… Continue reading Different types of parents
I’m an only child, but I’ve always wished to have an older brother. Sadly, that never happened and will never happen. My friend Brenda does have an older brother, and she’s here to share a list you might recognise if you have an older brother too! Room entering The most annoying thing is when he… Continue reading Things you recognise if you have an older brother
Thursday night, a phone call. You were in the hospital, your son called us. Intestinal perforation, that’s what they called it. How that had happened, was unknown at the time. I planned on visiting you in the hospital to say goodbye, after learning that you were terminal. I never got the chance, as you passed… Continue reading For my great-uncle who passed away last Friday
It has been a very long time since I last wrote a personal update related post. And seeing as something terrible happened last Friday night that got me occupied the entire weekend. And I also kinda need to write it off, so here goes. I was streaming a horror/survival game called Maid of Sker on… Continue reading I had an awful, stressful weekend