Wow wow wow! I’m a versatile blogger?? Ahh I’m so thankful to starting off 2019 with an award nomination, and it’s been a while since I’ve done a tag introducing myself. 🙈🌺 Thank you so much Kay from Hammock of Books for nominating me!
- If you are nominated, you’ve been awarded the Versatile Blogger Award
- Thank the person who gave you the award
- Include a link to their blog
- Select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly
- Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award
- Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself
1. My favorite color is pink
If you couldn’t tell by my blog aesthetic and bookstagram feed, I’m a big lover of the color pink. 💖 When I was younger, I used to feel ashamed for liking a color so girly, but over time, I realized that I shouldn’t feel embarrassed because it’s possible to be both girly and strong. The color pink is just so cheerful and pleasant with hints of love. Also, bonus points if you know who the person is in this GIF.😉
2. I prefer ice cream to boba
I feel like the Asian stereotype is that we love boba, and while I do love a rose milk tea with egg pudding and boba, I definitely will choose ice cream over boba if I could only have one for the rest of my life. 🍨🍦 Most of my monthly wrap-ups include pictures of ice cream, and it’s because I’m seriously obsessed. Sometimes, you can even get milk tea flavored ice cream which is even better!!
3. I love rose scented things
Okay, first off, isn’t this GIF so cute?? I just want a dog so bad. 😭 I feel like all my fun facts have been pretty basic, and this one is no exception. My favorite flower is the rose, and I love the smell of rose scented everything—candles, lotion, perfume, etc. I’m not the biggest fan when it smells overpowering and fake, but when it’s fresh and lightly sweet, it’s the prettiest smell ever (if a smell can be pretty). 🌹
4. I used to play piano
I definitely would not have considered myself a great piano player…I was nowhere near Beck from A Thousand Perfect Notes level, but I did enjoy learning new pieces and gliding through the melody of another that I had memorized. 🎼 I wasn’t the best student because I would avoid practicing (Sorry, mom), but looking back, I’m really grateful that I had the opportunity to learn.
5. I’m 5’2
In metrics, that’s around 158 centimeters. I’m typically the shortest one in all my friend groups, but there are definitely perks being petite! For example, whenever I am on a flight and need to put my carryon into an overhead bin, people around me always help with the whole thing. 😂 My friends all think I’m squishable and smol.
6. I’m an extrovert
More specifically, I consider myself an introverted extrovert. (Confusing? I know.) I absolutely love being around friends, but I also need my space. Even though pretty friendly and energetic when I meet people, especially online, I can also come off as extremely shy or sometimes uninterested. I used to be an ENFP, but now, I’m an ESTJ. It’s pretty interesting because two of my closest friends are actually extroverted introverts! I also think blogging has made me more introverted, too. 💕
7. I’m a Slytherin
Last year, I made a post titled The Struggle of Not Knowing Your Hogwarts House because I truly didn’t identify strongly with any specific house. I knew for sure I wasn’t a Gryffindor (because I’m scared of everything), so I was bouncing back and forth between the other three. Even though I consider myself as someone who studies hard, it’s more tied to succeeding in the course and proving myself which is why I don’t think I’m a Ravenclaw either.
Like many people who voted, I saw a lot of Hufflepuff qualities in myself because I do consider myself pretty friendly and soft (more like squishy), but I think the loyalty aspect of Hufflepuff can also be strongly seen in my Slytherin side. When it comes to school and career aspirations, I’m driven, ambitious, and proud. 💚 I’ve debated this house identity for a while and after rereading the books, I’ve come to acknowledge my own. Slytherins do get a bad rep, but don’t forget: not all are bad!
Nominating my lovely friends: