Responding to your assumptions about me- always fun and interesting to watch or read about, so I decided to compile my own in this blog post. Hopefully you’ll learn something new! Enjoy x
The funny thing is that for me, answering this assumption will require a bit of research. At first glance, I don’t have a clue! I know that it’s to do with the Hogwarts Houses in the Harry Potter series though.
Hufflepuffs value hard work, show dedication, patience, loyalty and fair play. They excel at these intrinsic values rather than perform at aptitude tests. Ravenclaw values creativity, intelligence, learning and wit. I’d say I’m actually a mix of both!
She The Spy has lots of fun templates so I thought I’d fill out a few of those and see what I come up with.
Definitely! I’m nursing a long term Dare Iced Coffee addiction at this point! I don’t even depend on it to keep me awake, but just because it tastes that good. It’s such an important part of my morning routine! I love the espresso flavour.
Occasionally, on colder days, I’ll have a cup of hot coffee or an English Breakfast/Peppermint/Green Tea.
I’d like to think so. What I value most is smart work, not hard work- this looks like setting yourself up for success, being realistic in what you wish to vs can achieve. Staying focused and outlining your priorities is great too. You do what works for you!
I do not base my entire life around my work or productivity, but it does of course make up a substantial chunk of what I do, whether that’s course work or personal projects. I will always endeavour to find better ways to complete my essential tasks whilst taking it as easy as possible!
I’m 5’4 or 1.6 metres tall, which is fairly average or just above by a few centimetres. I don’t think I’ll grow anymore, which is a pity as I’d always hoped to reach 5’7, but I’m fine as I am. I’d just hate to look short or stocky, which is thankfully not a problem for me.
Absolutely- this is me in every possible way. I’m a budding photographer and blogger who enjoys beautiful design immensely. I also enjoy collaging and collating Pinterest images into mood boards when inspiration strikes. It always comes in handy when I work on a project!
A couple of years ago I went through a phase where I was really into the basic art mediums of painting and drawing. I bought myself Derwent coloured pencils which are stunning. They apply themselves to the paper so smoothly and the colours are rich! They’ve got a crayon like texture to them. I also supplies suitable for watercolour and normal painting, as well as a pack of oil pastels. I haven’t used them much, but I’d love to get back into it.
Definitely. I enjoy the ease of having something come naturally to me. When I write I never have to think or dwell on unpleasant thoughts. It’s just me and a blank page waiting to be filled with words that guide and are thought provoking.
Yes, correct! As for age, I’m sixteen years old- seventeen come December 2nd. Some real talk about me is that I never used to like birthdays because I feared change and the inevitable moving on from the stages of our lives. When I learned to appreciate how far I’ve come and the blessed journey ahead, my mindset changed completely!
Sure, this sounds like me! Design, online graphics and building a brand aesthetic is what I like to do. I stick with minimal and simplistic floral and branch dividers and try to keep a neutral colour palette throughout my blog. Bold, chunky letters are a favourite of mine too. Over on Instagram, I edited lifestyle, wellness and fashion content using Haley Ivers presets – they are bright, natural and utterly gorgeous. It’s taken my photography to the next level.
I do, yes. Eventually I want to move to the United States though and might consider higher education options there, like going for my Bachelors Degree in Interior Design.
Another assumption that required I do some research before answering, haha. I haven’t yet been to a school where humanities was offered as a subject, but I’ve read up about it. In Humanities you study human culture and its subcategories of Literature, Philosophy, History and the Arts.
It doesn’t really sound like me so I’d have to disagree on this one!
I try my best to keep my moods and emotions balanced. The way I see it, stable is what is good and fits in the normal scale. I’m not the cheeriest person but have definitely made leaps and bounds when it’s come to personal growth though out my mental health journey. I now rarely get feelings of extreme upset or emotional numbness, but am attuned to them so know how to deal when the going gets tough.
Being positive isn’t always about making the best of every situation, plastering a huge smile on your face or reciting helpful quotes. Sometimes it looks like pushing through a difficult situation quietly, knowing ultimately that more and better things are to come.
No, not at all actually. I don’t think I could live with overly strict parents! I imagine all the memes you see online about strict parents and little freedom wouldn’t be too funny if they were depicted in real life!
Yes, this is me! I find myself to be quite humble and generally a calm person to be around. I like less intense hangouts- my favourite is when a friend and I have a nice heart to heart. Just skipping the small talk and really getting into it!
I’m not particularly introverted, but I definitely veer more towards it than the extrovert side. I like to think I’m somewhere close to the middle of the two.
Finally, me summed up in three words. I don’t believe in a messy space or a no effort outfit. I’m clean, always, because I probably couldn’t live with myself otherwise. It’s just such a simple way to elevate your state of being and invite more contentment into your life. I life by minimalist values but don’t believe in skimping either. Being minimal means purchasing consciously and efficiently. Don’t buy cheap or you’ll defeat the whole purpose of keeping a curated selection of high quality items.
In terms of fashion, my go to’s are blouses, neutrals, dainty floral prints, long dresses, gold jewellery and more. I can’t get past a good bag too. Status Anxiety craft fine leather goods with a range of bags, purses and more. I’ve been a longtime lover of theirs.
This is actually a very common misconception about me, so I’m not surprised it’s come up. I can seem shy or quiet at times but I’m not at all. While I’m not extremely extroverted, I like to put myself out there when I see fit. I value keeping a small, close knit circle of proper friends. Basically, I don’t waste time on getting to know people if it’s only for the purpose of being acquaintances or having someone to say hello to if we see each other. I value spending time with my friends, but also enjoy my alone time equally. I find that I can recharge in both situations, dependant on the circumstances and my company.