My Blueloft

December 16, 2016: Over and over again, I find myself coming back to the ‘About Me’ bit and wondering how best to introduce someone to Blue Loft. Started in 2010 as somewhat of a skeptical experiment by a teenager, this blog has grown into my favorite hobby, one that keeps evolving over time.

Why Blueloft?

To be honest, the word just came to me out of nowhere and I went with it without really realizing how much sense it made then. Slowly, I began to think of blueloft as a space in an attic with a slanting roof that looks out into a green meadow on a lazy Sunday when you have nowhere else to be, and nothing else to do but look at the shapes of the clouds floating by in the sky and imagine weird stories. A cup of coffee. A laptop playing gentle, soothing music (the kind that makes you feel weirdly happy to be alive even if you don’t know why). And maybe some paper to sketch on. That’s Blueloft. That is my happy place.

What to expect here?

I don’t really know how to answer this question, except to say: I’m not sure but I hope you will be surprised! I have had phases when all I could write about was Game of Thrones. I’ve posted countless book reviews and endless poems. These days I often write about personal health and self-discovery, and the wonders of finding bits of your soul every day when you thought you knew yourself as well as you ever could! So yes, I write about all kinds of things and sometimes about nothing at all, but I hope that some of what I say will resonate with you or help you see something you didn’t before or uplift you or maybe even pull you down- that’s okay with me as long as it makes you feel!

I guess that is all I have to say for now. Hope you find a reason to connect with me here πŸ™‚


26 thoughts on “My Blueloft

  1. I’m also very glad to have found your blog – like you I like to read and write.
    My first “great” reading experience was also the diary of Anne Frank which I read at age 11 – just like you did!
    I’m very interested in philosophy and psycology although I’m not a professional…
    My blog is very new, so I have only entered a few posts so far – but much more is to come πŸ˜‰
    Lots of hugs from Dinadot in Denmark.

    1. Hi Dinadot from Denmark…I’m happy you liked my blog!
      Anne Frank’s diary is really inspirational for an eleven year-old, wouldn’t you think so? She inspired the dreamer in me.
      Keep writing. Hope you enjoy blogging and find a lot of success in it too. I’ll keep dropping by your blog now and then. πŸ™‚

  2. your writing is exceptional. The way you embarce life in its rosy and dreaded facet is a treat for the sore eyes. keep writing

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