Now though I am more settled into my job I hope I can start to post frequently (although frequent for me is like 1ce a month). I started this blog as a homage to fashion, but although I still have a keen interest I've either not got the time to peruse online shops and other fashion blogs or I've not got the same passion I once had. There's also the fact that I don't like talking about one thing all the time, but I tried to keep it to one subject in the past because whilst my "followers" and I obviously share similar interests, no one is 100% interested in exactly the same things as someone else. Even if some people do leech off your personality or others try and force their ideas on to you, people will always have differences.
But this is my blog, so I've decided ultimately this should be what I want to post about - my interests, desires, wish lists, outfits, books, CDs, holidays, gigs. I'm sure my readers are intelligent enough to realise that they don't have to like or read everything I write, just as long as they enjoy the odd post! I don't read every post of all the blogs I follow - I would be reading for the majority of my day. Sometimes I even just look at the pretty pictures (hello no one will read this).
So coming up soon when my internet at home is back up and running, I will post about my recent trip to Berlin for the new year.
For now though I will tell you about books I'm reading, or want to read.
I downloaded the sample you can get for your kindle (I don't have one of these newfangled things, I have the app for my phone which works just as good just a bit smaller). And I couldn't "put it down" (??) I read the prologue and the bit of the first chapter you get and I'm really intrigued to read it further. But not to get to ahead of myself I want to finish reading:
This is an interesting read if you are amateurly into physics. I'm a massive fan girl for Astrophysics, I would make love to it if I could. But I will have to do with second best and absorb and try to understand as much as I can. I find a lot of it marries to my Buddhist practise and connecting faith and science together is a nice feeling.
I like these "how to...." books obviously. I do like to read fiction too, but mostly I like to fill my head with useless information about quantum physics and being a lady. Then to escape all the information I pile into my head I read a trashy novel about some girl falling in love with a man that would never exist in real life.