Top Ten Favourite Non-Bookish Things – Yes, I Do Love Non-Bookish Things!
Greetings bookworms! Despite my claim that I was going on a hiatus, I am here today for Top Ten Tuesday! I am honestly not sure if I will stay on my hiatus for much longer, but you’ll see in a few days.
Back to business! This week The Broke and the Bookish have given us a freebie, meaning we are free to discuss any topic we’d like! Honestly, I’m horrible when it comes to thinking of my own topic. But look! I came up with one! Yay, me.
Believe it or not, I do have a life that extends out of bookish related things… Yes! I really do! And what comes with a non-bookish life, comes non-bookish favourites. So here are my top ten NON-bookish related things!
I’ve adored music ever since I started high school. Now, that might seem strange that I only started listening to music when I started high school but it’s true! I didn’t even know about music or care about music before then but the moment I started high school, I quickly became obsessed with it! Now I am constantly listening to music. In fact, as I am writing this post I am listening to music. I am listening to the album Badlands by Halsey!
I’m the weird kid at school that smiles when the teacher announces we’re doing a test where we have to write an essay. I love writing. It’s always been a part of me which I really found out this year. It was one of the reasons I decided to start a blog. And I intend to continue my dream to write through to university! Thanks to my school and my English and History classes (which I have done millions of essays for this year), I’ve had the change to hone my skills and delve deeper into the thing I love most!
Surprise! I sing! I have been singing for four years now which, through the specialist music program at my school, I have been able to professionally use this talent of mine to perform in many events around my area. It’s been such a fun experience and over my years in high school, it’s been one of the biggest relaxation hobbies I’ve had the pleasure of pursuing.
4. Graphic Design
Now, let me just point out that I am definitely not a graphic designer. I am quite far off to be honest. But I could spend my days scrolling through beautiful images and such created by amazing graphic designers! In fact, it came in close to being the course I chose for university. (But obviously my love for writing overpowered this).
5. Interior Design
Gosh darn, interior design is my weakness. I spend hours scrolling through Pinterest and Instagram and Tumblr, simply marvelling at the beautiful pictures of rooms inside houses. From kitchens, to bedrooms, to bathrooms! I adore it. It’s probably one of the reasons I want to move out of home so badly – because the thought of buying and designing my own home makes my heart pound with excitement!
6. Scones & Tea
I looooooooove scones! And I love tea. This is where my British heritage shows itself. Every day I estimate that I have at least three cups of tea a day. I love going out to places to drink tea. One of my favourite places outside of home to drink tea is at Dome because the way they serve tea is just SO ADORABLE! The first time I ever had tea there, I almost flailed and fangirl-ed right there in my seat.
Granted, I haven’t done much proper travelling, but my wanderlust is at an all-time high! I’m currently saving up money specifically for the future when I decide to travel the world! I want to go EVERYWHERE. I want to go all over the world and most specifically, visit all the great cities. And when I do go travelling, I want to meet all of you bloggers!
I am a crazy cat lady. My Instagram feed is flooded with cat pictures and I nearly end up in a puddle of tears every time I look through images of cats! THEYRE SO CUTE AND SO FLUFFY, I CAN’T HANDLE IT! My own cat makes me want to cry when he greets me in the morning in his full fluffy glory!
Specifically Asian food. (Here comes my Asian heritage!) Asian food is what I live for. Especially sea food fried rice. *drools*
Who doesn’t love sleep?