Vogue’s 73 Questions


I apologize for not posting the past two weeks. I was really tired after acting classes and volleyball. And I went camping in Tofino on the weekend. I will write about my camping experience in Tofino in another post. Anyway, I am doing Vogue’s 73 questions in today’s post, inspired by one of my favourite bloggers, Poorwa, who also did this a while ago. I chose the ones I liked the most from the Vogue website.

  1. On a scale of 1-10, how excited are you about life right now? Probably an 8 isn’t up nor down.
  2. What’s one thing people don’t know about you? I can get irritated really easily. 
  3. What’s your wake-up ritual? Brush my teeth, wash my face, go back to bed
  4. What’s your go-to bed ritual? Brush my teeth, skincare, say goodnight to my parents, go to bed, listen to music, read a book, lights out, lie down until I fall asleep.
  5. What’s your favorite time of day? On sunny days late evening, on rainy days around 5-6 am. I love the sound of rain, especially if it’s raining a lot, it’s calming.
  6. Dream country to visit? Bora Bora.
  7. What’s the biggest surprise you’ve had? My 11th birthday surprise was in a parking lot social distancing with each other since we weren’t allowed to invite anyone due to the pandemic.
  8. Heels or flats/sneakers? Sneakers all the way.
  9. Vintage or new? Vintage, it gives a vibe, but new is always nice too.
  10. Who do you want to write your obituary? That’s something I am not going to think about for the next 80 years.
  11. Style icon? Zendaya, 100%.
  12. What are three things you can’t live without? My family, my friends, and lotion.
  13. What’s one ingredient you put in everything? Salt.
  14. What’s your biggest fear in life? Death.
  15. Window or aisle seat? Aisle. When I was younger I loved the window seat, but now it just gives me headaches.
  16. Favorite app? This is a thing….
  17. Secret talent? Don’t’ really think this is a secret anymore, but I can do weird things with my eyebrows.
  18. Most adventurous thing you’ve done in your life? I can’t remember.
  19. How would you define yourself in three words? Talkative, weird, nice
  20. Favorite piece of clothing you own? Tie-dye tee from Aeropostale.
  21. Must have clothing item everyone should have? Crew-neck.
  22. Superpower you would want? Time Travel.
  23. What’s inspiring you in life right now? Night views and quotes.
  24. Best piece of advice you’ve received? “When you feel like quitting, remember why you started…”
  25. A book that everyone should read? “The War that Saved my Life” By Kimberly Brubaker Bradley.
  26. What would you like to be remembered for? Helping change someone for good.
  27. How do you define beauty? What’s on the inside, anyone can change the outside.
  28. What do you love most about your body? Everything, it’s important to love your body no matter what. Don’t listen to people who make fun, take care of your body.
  29. Best way to take a rest/decompress? Sit somewhere with a nice view, turn soft music on, have your favourite drink and just watch. For me, it would be going to the beach in the evening, sitting in the trunk, watching the water and listening to nature.
  30. Favorite place to view art? The beach.
  31. If your life were a song, what would the title be? This is way too hard to think of. My life is ups and downs.
  32. If you could master one instrument, what would it be? The guitar. I play it, but I’m not the best.
  33. If you had a tattoo, where would it be? On my finger, but something small and cute.
  34. Dolphins or koalas? Koalas. (This was such a hard decision)
  35. What’s your spirit animal? Hummingbird, according to my sixth grade teacher and my friends, but it’s also pretty accurate. 
  36. Best gift you’ve ever received? I’ve received many nice gifts there isn’t a best one.
  37. What’s your favorite board game? Snakes and ladders (It reminds me so much of my childhood)
  38. What’s your favorite color? Blue.
  39. Least favorite color? Olive green.
  40. Diamonds or pearls? Diamonds.
  41. Blow-dry or air-dry? Air dry, less frizzy 
  42. Pilates or yoga? Pilates. 
  43. Coffee or tea? Coffee.
  44. What’s the weirdest word in the English language? Bumfuzzle: Being confused or causing confusion.
  45. Dark chocolate or milk chocolate? Dark chocolate.
  46. Stairs or elevator? Stairs, elevators make me sick, but if I’m tired or there’s too much stair then elevator.
  47. Summer or winter? Fall.
  48. You are stuck on an island, you can pick one food to eat forever without getting tired of it, what would you eat? Apple chips or yogurt. 
  49. A desert you don’t like? Cassava cake.
  50. A skill you’re working on mastering? Volleyball.
  51. Best thing that happened to you today? Getting Starbucks. 
  52. Worst thing to happen to you today? Skinning my knee. 
  53. Best compliment you’ve ever received? You always make me smile. 
  54. Favorite smell? Lavender. 
  55. If you made a documentary, what would it be about? My life. 
  56. Last piece of content you consumed that made you cry? Can’t remember. 
  57. Lipstick or lip gloss? Lip gloss
  58. Sweet or savory? Savory.
  59. Song you can listen to on repeat? Slower, or Rubberband. Both by Tate McRae 
  60. If you could switch lives with someone for a day who would it be? Zendaya. 
  61. What are you most excited about at this time in your life? Graduating Seventh grade. 
  62. Your go to for having a good laugh? Old pictures. 
  63. Your affirmation for today? I love myself for who I am. 
  64. Favorite fashion trend of all time? Collared shirt, under a crew neck, with baggy pants. 
  65. What do you usually order in Starbucks? A Mocha Cookie Crumble Frap with extra mocha drizzle. 
  66. What is something you always travel with? A  hairbrush. 
  67. How many nicknames do you have? Probably three. Adi, Diya, Avacado. 
  68. First thing you thought of this morning? Shopping.
  69. Something you do every morning without fail? Go back to bed.
  70. What’s something you’d tell your 5-year-old self? Don’t buy too many Barbie dolls.
  71. Something that is always in your bag? Lip balm
  72. Craziest thing you’ve ever done in your sleep? This was kind of recently, in May I went camping with family and the second night, I fell asleep and apparently woke up, patted my dad’s knee, counted to three and went back to sleep. 
  73. Zodiac sign? Scorpio.

Honestly, it might have taken a bit of time to answer these questions, but it was really fun. I hope you enjoyed reading my answers and you should definitely give this a try!

Superpowers I’d Want, If they Existed

Have you ever thought about what kind of superpower you want? Well, I know I have not, but now that I think about it, if I could have three superpowers, I’d want shape-shifting, time travel, and mind-reading. 

First, shape-shifting. I would be able to be anything, including a wrapper.  I’d also easily be able to blend into the environment around me. For example, if I was in a hide and seek game and couldn’t find anywhere to hide, then I could shift into something that blends into the environment, or if a stranger was chasing me, I could turn a corner and shape-shift into something around there.

The second superpower I’d want to have is time travel. The future has been one of the greatest mysteries that no one has ever been able to solve. If I could see the future, I could avoid putting too much effort into something that would probably never happen and focus on the things that is going to happen. I can help to prepare the world and get ready for it. Another reason why I want to be able to time travel is, it might sound kind of strange, but I want to look at my past and redo the things I wanted to do.

The very last and best superpower I’d want is the ability to mind-read. I want to read my friends’ minds because some of them have the most complicated minds, which drives me crazy. First off, reading someone’s mind is like reading something they wrote about you. For example, say someone had something against you or spread rumors about you, if you go into their minds, you’d know exactly what they have against you and you’d maybe be able to fix things. Secondly, there is always someone who you know that’s going through something they don’t want to tell anyone. It could be a friend, a relative, anyone really. If I could read their mind, I would be able to understand them better and may be able to help them through their struggles. And the last reason I’d want to mind read is, I just think that invading someone’s thoughts would be fun in a good way (not trying to be rude, it’s my opinion), but their privacy matters too. 

Superpowers aren’t real, but this post was an if they were. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?

Summer Reading

Reading is one of my favorite activities, whether I’m on vacation, camping, at the beach or curled up in my couch at home. Last summer, I read lots of books as there were not many events or outdoor activities to do, due to the pandemic. Anyway, in today’s post, I’m going to be listing a couple books on my summer reading list and a few resources you can read on.

So, here are some books on my summer reading list:

  1. 7 Habits of Effective Teens By Stephen Covey
  2. The Line Tender by Kate Allen
  3. Arise by Tara Hudson
  4. Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
  5. Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan
  6. The 47 People You’ll Meet in high school by Kristin Mahoney
  7. The Science of Breakable Things by Tae Keller
  8. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
  9. The Luck Uglies by Paul Durham
  10. Britfield and the Lost Crown by C. R. Stewart
  11. Broken Strings by Eric Walters
  12. The Secret Life of Ms. Finkleman by Ben H. Winters

There are many online sites that provide free resources – lots of ebooks, audio books, movies, webinars and various activities. If you want to read on the internet, here are some resources:

Audible – Audible has millions of audiobooks.

Many Books – There are tons of eBooks on Many Books that are 100% free.

Open Library– They have published more than 130,000 public lists. 

Planet eBook – This site is pretty easy to navigate and is suitable for advanced or older readers.

Google Books – Google Books is a search box that has varieties of digital books. Type any book’s name in the search bar and from a drop-down list select “Free Google eBooks”.

Storynory – This site has a collection of books with audio stories that let kids read along. You can even translate the text into different languages.

Vancouver Public Library – They have tons of books, ebooks, movies, music and magazines across 21 locations in Vancouver. All members get free access to these resources.

Surrey Libraries – you can find many books and other resources on the Surrey Libraries Website. 

epic – there are many books on epic including, audio books, regular books, read along books, and it even includes videos.

I have used many of these sources and they’re all amazing. I do plan on reading a lot this summer, as I already mentioned. Anyway, what are some books on your bucket list for this summer?


I was recently interviewed by Nabeeha, from BrainStorms. Nabeeha is an amazing blogger, with awesome content. The way she introduced me really put a huge smile on my face and I absolutely loved working with her! Be sure to go check out her blog! Once again, thank you, Nabeeha!

Hello everyone! BrainStorms is back with another Blogger Up Series post! This time we would be interviewing Aadhya from Adyas Diary. 🙌🏽

I love the purple hair, it’s super cute and outgoing. Adyas tagline, is “Love what you do” and I must say she lives up to it. Her content is always fresh and informative. Aadhya did a post recently based on “25 Commonly UsedAbbreviations” and I am forever thankful. My friends always use abbreviations when they text me and I am that clueless kid 🙈 who has no idea on what they are trying to imply. If you haven’t checked out her blog already then go do it right now!

Everything inboldis me commenting or asking questions! While everything that is not bold is totally Aadhya’s words!

1.What was the purpose of starting Adyas Diary?

First off, thank you so much Nabeeha for taking…

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Award Catch-up

So, I have gotten a couple awards and I kind of didn’t know, but now I do. So, have fun reading through the awards I got. And thank you to the people who nominated me!

The Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you so much Poorwa for nominating me for this award! Poorwa is an amazing blogger, I love her content and you should go check out her blog here!


  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and link back to their blog.
  • Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
  • Nominate 11 new bloggers to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
  • List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or your blog

My Answers…

What’s the most useless talent you have?

Making weird eyebrow movements.

What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read or seen this week?

I forgot what the article was called, but it was about people who could remember their before life.

What memory do you just keep going back to?

The time I ‘hurt’ my leg, but then ran to my room to grab a blanket (this was when I was like 5, I don’t do that anymore. Lol).

What are you completely over and done with?

Biting my nails.

What song speaks to you the most?

It’s You by Ali Gatie. Although I’m not so sure why.

What’s the one thing that you miss from when you were little?

Okay, I can’t pick one thing there’s a couple. Having no stress, being careless, having no homework, and not having to worry about grades.

How do you practice self care in your worst days?


What are your pet peeves?

Nails on a chalkboard and when strangers stare at me.

What do you do in your free time, when you’re bored?

Listen to music.

Which one has been your most favorite post on your blog so far?

Definitely my One Year Blogiversary and 200 Followers!

What made you realize that you wanted to be a blogger?

Honestly nothing made me realize it. It kind of just happened after I took a web development course.

I nominate…

Divi from The Name is Divi

Nabeeha Jameel from Brainstorms

Namrata from A Writer’s Deli

Miriam from Inside Miriam’s Mind

Shaneessa from My Days in Montana

Shristy Singh from Shristy’s Art Blog

Sweta Suresh from My Random Ramblings

Chloe from Confessions of A Reading Geek

Petey from Stories of Petey

Aadya Singh from Aadya Pens

Shivani ‘Vaniheart’ from Storytime with Shivani

My questions to the nominees…

I loved all the questions I answered. So, please select any 11 questions from them and I can’t wait to read your answers.

The Aesthetic Blogger Award #1 and #2

Thank you so much to Divi and Poorwa! The wonderful bloggers who nominated me for this award! I absolutely love the contents of their posts. Be sure to go check out their sites!


  • Use the official logo/graphic of the award and display it on your blog.
  • List the rules.
  • Show some love to the one who nominated you!
  • Mention the creator (Asmita @the Fictional Journal) and link it back to the original post.
  • Tell me a something about this world that you admire.
  • What is your favorite form of creativity?
  • Nominate 7 lovely people and notify them by commenting on their posts; spread some love!
  • Ask your nominees 4 questions.
  • Share something you created. (can be anything!)
  • And lastly, just so you know: I LOVE YOUR CREATIONS!

I admire…

Courage. People who are courageous really inspire me.

My favorite form of creativity…

Music. It actually is a form of creativity according to a study

My answers to Poorwa’s questions…

What’s one thing you will never do?

Choose dogs over cats.

A movie that made you laugh just so hard?

I can’t remember many movies I’ve watched, but I feel like it’s “Daddy Daycare”.

If you could change one thing in the blogosphere, what would it be?

Honestly, nothing. Everyone is so nice and I like it just how it is.

What’s something you never wanted to do but you did?

Make a website.

My answers to Divi’s questions…

Which book’s lead character do you wish that you could be in real life, and why?

I feel like I’d probably want to be Snoopy. He’s a genuinely happy dog and I like genuinely happy dogs.

What would you define as your perfect life? (Haha, no philosophy class, okay?)

Being with the people I grew up with and love, and having a job that doesn’t really feel like work.

Where do you envision your blog to be 2 months from now?

More posts, more interactions with other bloggers and more followers.

Are you guilty of doing something silly? (How about you confess it?)

I’m not really sure if this is silly, but I’ve pretended to text someone while actually taking a selfie. Honestly, I don’t even know why I did that.

I created

My wordpress account- Adyas Diary. I mean it’s accurate.

I nominate….

Siya from The Dramatic Drama

Lokesh from The Gondwanaland

Merlyn from Curly Thoughts by Merlyn

Sabrina from Girl Chat

Akriti Pandey from positivitymonger

Pavithra from Small Talks

Maya from Maya’s Life and Travels

My questions to the nominees…

I really liked Divi and Poorwa’s questions, so please pick out any four of them to answer.

The Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award #2

Thank you so much Poorwa for nominating me for this award. Please take the time to visit Poorwa’s Blog here


  • Thank the person who nominated you with the link to their blog.
  • Make a post of the award (with photo).
  • Post the rules.
  • Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.
  • Nominate 10-30 other bloggers (or more) and notify them.
  • Follow Vincent Ehindero to qualify for a free blog promotion, shoutout and more blogging opportunities.

My answers…

Which celeb would you want as your BFF?

Olivia Rodrigo. Her music’s great and she seems like an easy going and kind person.

What did you dream about last night?

Being attacked by cats.

Out of all your family members, who are you closest to?

My parents.

What do you do when no one else is around?

I usually eat or dance.

Where do you want to travel the most?

Bora Bora.

I nominate…

Aanya from Potterheadaanya

Siya from The Dramatic Drama

Sneha from Read, write and believe

Emily from Emily Voilet Essays

Anita from Love All or Perish

Arnav from BookWorm

Maya Rajesh from Pretty Little Scribbles

Saumya from Draw-Write-Inspire

Maith from favial pages

Meg from heyo its Meg

And YOU!!!

My questions to the nominees…

I really liked Poorwa’s questions for this award, so those are the questions I’m also using for my nominations.

Once again, thank you to my nominators and hopefully my nominees enjoy answering the questions, can’t wait to read your answers!

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