Things I dig #7


I dig state radio! They’re a great band but they’re very unpopular which is a shame because they have great music! There songs are best to listen to in the car I believe, my sisters boyfriend showed me them and I have been in love ever since!



Things I dig #6


I dig Ed Sheeran!

Ed Sheeran is a major inspiration to many people. He reaches out, and understands and knows how to relate. He isnt the type of artist to only sing about love and heartbreak but he also sings about real life problems. Ed Sheeran is deffinately one of my favourite artists and I strongly adore him.

Things I dig #5

Things I dig #5

I dig tumblr! ❥ I love going on tumblr, because it makes me laugh, and it shows that some people really do understand. Tumblr can be really inspiring and motivational, and i love to be on it! ☯

Things I dig #4

I dig music! I always listen to music, when I’m reading, when I’m bored, when I’m sad, when I’m happy, even when I’m sleeping. I think if you listen to the right kind of music it can really reach out too you if and help you. It can show you that you’re not alone and someone out there understands, or it can just make you have a good mood!

Things I dig #3



I dig books! I’m seriously addicted to reading. I read books because I love them, not because I think I should read them. You’re never alone when you’re reading a book, because as long as you have the pages to guide you, you have a friend. When I read a book, I put in all the imagination I can, so that it is almost like writing the book as well as reading it – or rather, it is like living it. It makes reading so much more exciting, but I don’t suppose many people try to do it. So yeah, I really “dig” books!

Something I dig #2




something I truly dig, is the nightmare before christmas! Me and my sister used to always watch it when we were younger. I remember trying to memorize the lines and quotes from it and watch it in awe. Before i started watching it, i always wondered why my sister was so obsessed with it, but when she showed me it i understood completely. One night we watched it on christmas eve and i was obsessed! it began to be a holiday special tradition thing me and my sister would do in her room. We would watch it every christmas and halloween and even when we just fealt like it. Now that my sister is moved out I don’t watch it, because it doesnt feel the same without her. But she comes too visit soon and i’m sure we will watch it again!

Perfect Pitch: Developing Your Blogging Voice

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Kurt Cobain, Whitney Houston, Luciano Pavarotti: think what you might of the music they each performed, there is one thing that unites these (late) great singers. The moment they opened their mouths, you knew it was them. Their voice had that specific, unmistakable timbre that — above all else — said “it’s me.”

It might be trickier for writers to achieve such a level of immediate recognizability, but not impossible. The astringent wit of Dorothy Parker, the mad exuberance of a Vladimir Nabokov line, or even the winning simplicity of recent Nobel laureate Alice Munro all bear an invisible trademark — they each have a voice all their own.

While we can’t guarantee any fancy literary awards for all of you just yet, bloggers can, and should, have a distinct voice, too. And we’re here to help you develop it, whether you’re visiting from Zero to Hero or…

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