It’s that time of year
to reflect and reminisce
not dwell on what-ifs
seek new opportunities
and step into a new you
Happy decade-end, everyone! I hope your tum-tums are stuffed and mood levels as high as Jimmy and Elmo up above.
As we step into the new year, this blog won’t be undergoing any significant changes. You’ll still be seeing poetry and reviews dominating most of my content. However, as I’m heading to Taiwan for work, you will see some fun photo-inspired posts. This may include poetry and lifestyle/culture long-form posts.
However, you can expect the following posts from me soon:
Yeah, this one’s a no-brainer. I’ll still be pumping out poems, and they’ll likely dominate most of my content. They’re fast, fun, and gives me something to post when I lack motivation and time to commit to something longer.
However, instead of posting one poem, it will come in groups of three or more to tell a more complete story.
Reviews dominate my long-form content, and I’m thrilled to say that more of these will be coming in the next month or so.
I recently finished a Japanese drama called Dying Eye in which my poem Seeing Death is based on. I obviously won’t go into too much detail here, but you can expect a positive review from me from this soon.
Another one is The Prince of Tennis 2019 (Chinese). Again, having no expectations does wonder. Prince of Tennis was my first sport animé, and I continue to love it until this day. I’ll be making comparisons between the live adaptation and the animé, which was done incredibly well.
My friend got me Erin Morgenstern’s The Starless Sea for Christmas, and I adore it. So, I’m delighted that I get to write about this one. It’s lengthy, and I’m about 20% finished. But expect something from this in the future!
Yes, I still do this time-to-time. Just not as much as I used to. Though I don’t have any immediate ideas of plans for doing one shortly, I guarantee you’ll still see a prompt here and there. Obviously not as frequent as the other posts above.
Thanks to those who left a like, comment, and/or followed me over the past year. It’s a great motivation. Anyway, I wish everyone a safe and enjoyable new year’s!