30 Days Writing Challenge – Day 1


List 10 things that make you really happy

This is a difficult one. A good start to get the juices flowing, nonetheless. One of the hardest things to do is name things that you usually don’t think of often, regardless of their importance in your life. But if I think hard enough about it, my list would probably consist of this;

  1. A walk in the woods.
  2. A catchy tune that I can sing along to.
  3. Selecting a new save file on a video game.
  4. Being able to draw exactly how I feel it to be.
  5. Getting something done right the first time.
  6. Spacing out and feeling a part of something bigger.
  7. When my friends or family tell me something big they wouldn’t tell others.
  8. The smell of a library or books.
  9. Being free to chose where to travel, live, or work and being confident in my choices.
  10. The rare occasion where I feel relaxed in public and can do things normally.

Perhaps you share the sentiment with some of these. A common theme is relaxation. Having social anxiety is a mess on the mind and it makes the simplest tasks seem like an impossible feet. Sometimes it’s there, and sometimes it isn’t. It also depends on the people I’m with, therefore I’m unconsciously very selective of whom I allow into my close circle but you might now what I mean.

Feel free to comment some of the things that make you happy and share your thoughts, it’d do wonders for my curiosity.

Be on the lookout for Day 2 and until next we meet, have a happy life.


About Me


Normally, I would avoid these categories of script. Writing with first person possessive is one of the most difficult things to do. Because when writing, I do try to avoid being too subjective. The hypocrisy in it though, since writing about oneself can only be the most subjective thing they do.

In any case, let’s begin this.

I have a French first name and a Prussian surname.

I was born in Pretoria, South Africa. And no, I didn’t have a pet lion. I prefer jaguars, which were hard to come by at the time since they had to be imported.

I’ve lived in my birth place, Sweden, India, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Max 3-5 years per country.

Language is the basis of any successful culture and I love it. Be it written, spoken, or telepathically generated. The third one is my recommended medium.

I’m an INFJ and am profoundly proud of it. There are only .05 of us out there in the population.

I believe in the good of mankind but take a stance of passivity because I do feel that morality is a manufactured institution. However the Universe may have it, if one can change anything, “Have at it,” I tell them. It’s your life so live it.

I am tethered to the Universe by the strokes on my canvas and by the keys on my piano. There’s something about creating that gives me such anti gravity that it becomes almost intoxicating. I should hope to publish some of my works soon. Perhaps, some would like to see how I view my space.

Goodness, I sound pretentious. I should start writing something worth reading.

Inspiration, InspirationInspiration. 

No matter how I look at it, I can’t seem to find any. I end here, and should I think of more I’ll post it with haste.