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Innocently cute, captivatingly charming, adorably sweet! —these were just a few words that crossed our mind the first time we read Elizabeth Rae’s blog: Beffles’ Wonderland! While the blogger Elizabeth Rae is quite new to SanrioTown blogging, we can already see her determination to write a blog dedicated to all things cute and pretty!

 

 

Elizabeth has a healthy obsession with cuteness and has a passion for adorable things like candies, fruits, sweets and cupcakes. She also seems to have a fascination with sweet Lolita fashion and making clothes brimming with cuteness and innocent charm. Elizabeth also has a huge collection of all things Hello Kitty, kittifying her world and maximizing the cuteness!

 

 

 

Her blog entries and pictures are guaranteed to sprinkle sweetness and magic into your day, so visit Elizabeth Rae’s blog: Beffles’ Wonderland!

 

Thank you for the prettiful and fantabulous posts and pictures, Elizabeth, and always stay charming and cute!

 

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Blog of the Week: Brain Candy

by blog_allstars:hellokitty.com

Short, deep and meaningful, Haiku is arguably the most famous and challenging poetic form that originated from Japan. It combines form, content and language in a meaningful yet compact structure. Haiku consists of 17 syllables, in three phrases of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively.  Many haiku seem to focus on nature and emphasize the emotions that seasons convey. Traditional haiku often include seasonal references such as “falling leaves” for autumn, “silver snow” for winter or “cherry blossoms” for spring, and the feelings and emotions that people usually associate the seasons with. Haiku are often comprised of sensory words that paint vivid imagery in the mind. As haiku is also a form of non-rhyming poetry, it’s expected to possess the general characteristics that can be found in a poem such as rhythm and depth.

 

 

 

And since haiku are short, many writers think that they can write haiku as easily as snapping their fingers. In truth, haiku is one of the least understood forms of poetry and one of the most challenging.

 

One SanrioTown Blogger, murasoishi, dared to describe her days by merely composing haiku in her blog. Well, that is something since you would have to be extra creative to condense a blog entry into a mere 17-syllabled post! We also found her blog title “Brain Candy” fitting as haiku are bite-sized poems!

 

Visit mursoishi’s blog: Brain Candy!

 

Thank you for your inspiring haiku, murasoishi, and we look forward to reading more of them! ♥

 

 

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Blog of the Week: My Ordinary Happiness

by blog_allstars:hellokitty.com

They say that it takes two to write a letter as much as it takes two to quarrel. Mailing a letter is such wonderful thing, capable of conveying across continents a warm human handclasp or a loving embrace. To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart, but have you ever thought about writing letters to your ideal self? Or to your dreams? Or to others without actually sending what you’ve written to the intended recipient?

This is what Panji has been doing in her blog, and we were truly intrigued by it. Apparently, Panji was trying to follow a meme where she has to write thirty letters

without necessarily sending them to the intended recipients. Each day, there’s an assigned person/concept/thing that she has to write a letter to. This is a good way to express your emotions or go over what you feel or what you think about a certain person or concept.

 

Why not read what Panji has written  for her Thirty Letters so far? Visit Panji’s Blog: My Ordinary Happiness!

 

Now if you want to try the Thirty Letters Challenge, here’s a list of people/things that you have to write a letter too each day!

 

Day 1 — Your Best Friend
Day 2 — Your Crush
Day 3 — Your parents
Day 4 — Your sibling (or closest relative)
Day 5 — Your dreams
Day 6 — A stranger
Day 7 — Your ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush
Day 8 — Your favorite internet friend
Day 9 — Someone you wish you could meet
Day 10 — Someone you don’t talk to as much as you’d like to
Day 11 — A deceased person you wish you could talk to
Day 12 — The person you hate most/caused you a lot of pain
Day 13 — Someone you wish could forgive you
Day 14 — Someone you’ve drifted away from
Day 15 — The person you miss the most
Day 16 — Someone that’s not in your state/country
Day 17 — Someone from your childhood
Day 18 — The person that you wish you could be
Day 19 — Someone that pesters your mind—good or bad
Day 20 — The one that broke your heart the hardest
Day 21 — Someone you judged by their first impression
Day 22 — Someone you want to give a second chance to
Day 23 — The last person you kissed
Day 24 — The person that gave you your favorite memory
Day 25 — The person you know that is going through the worst of times
Day 26 — The last person you made a pinky promise to
Day 27 — The friendliest person you knew for only one day
Day 28 — Someone that changed your life
Day 29 — The person that you want tell everything to, but too afraid to
Day 30 — Your reflection in the mirror

Thank you for the insightful blog, Panji, and we look forward to see you finish your Thirty Letters!

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Blog of the Week: Inked Diary - Inspirations!

by blog_allstars:hellokitty.com

Have you ever been in a situation where you think life seems drab and dull and monotonous, and you don’t know which path to take? Or maybe a situation where your dreams seem far beyond your grasp and opportunities slip through your fingers like fine mottled sand? When these things happen, we begin to doubt what we can do and we start wondering what life really has to offer us. Sometimes, when things don’t go our way, we lose faith and our sense of purpose. For some people, life has become so meaningless that they feel that they are fated to lose against the challenges that the world hurls towards them.

 

Sometimes, maybe all they need is a little inspirational message to make them rise to their feet once again and hold their chins high, ready to face the challenges that the world might pose. This is what SanrioTown blogger Kerissa Nguyen is determined to do—to provide a beacon of hope and inspiration to those who stagger in the darkness and the tedium that life brings.

 

 

In her blog, “Inked Diary: Inspirations”, Kerr posts inspirational messages and pictures that are sure to make your day a little brighter. By providing motivational quotes and inspirational pictures, the dreamer Kerr hopes to make the world a better, brighter place.

 

Visit Kerr’s blog: “Inked Diary: Inspirations”!

 

Thank you for your kindness and the inspiring quotes, Kerissa!

 

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