Hello! I'm Michelle

a twenty-something kawaii lifestyle blogger, and creator of Mooeyandfriends, based in the United States. On my blog, I share rambles of my daily life, advice, DIY, crochet patterns, stationery-related posts.

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Dear Diary, #16

Dear Diary
What happened this week
If I was still in South Korea, I would've started my second semester at my university this week, a month and a half later then originally scheduled. Instead, I'm still trying to get a refund for canceling my spring semester... I haven't really mentioned how canceling my trip back to Korea has effected my mental health but it has. Back when I announced that I was going to study in Korea I thought it was the first step to changing my life but because of the Coronavirus, I feel like I'm back exactly where I used to be. I feel like all the work I put in was for nothing. I try not to think about it too much but I would be lying if I said I wasn't depressed about this whole situation.

Until I can go back, I will continue to self-study and be optimistic about the future.

Current favorites
Watching: The Imagineering Story
Playing: Animal Crossing New Horizon
Reading: 9 Things it’s Not Too Late to Start Doing for Yourself
Eating: Strawberry cream cheese bread
Loving: This yarn passport. I'm tempted to make my own.
Feeling: Bummed out
Excited for: New skincare products to arrive so I can treat my skin. My face has been so dry lately!
Practicing: 30-Day Yoga Journey
Working on: Crocheting some StarWars plushies

Now playιng: [Dumhdurum] - [Apink]
1:42 ─────── 3:28

Comments

  1. Try to take comfort in the fact that everyone I know - myself included - is in the same boat you are: feeling completely stuck in a rut, helpless and frustrated because all the goals and plans we had for this year are on hold for something that is not under our control at all. It sucks, and it's perfectly understandable to be upset and angry. Of course, it's great that we have it so much better than a lot of other people at the moment who are currently going through a lot of worse, but as you said, you had plans to move your life forward this year - as did I - and now you've had to take a huge step back, and it's okay to feel bad about that, but it's not your fault. It's not anyone's fault. This will pass eventually though, you've just got to try and stay strong until then. ��

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    1. I know things could always be worse and I know it's not my fault. Sometimes I just need to remind myself this. Thanks! ♥

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