More About Me: An FAQ

Hello everyone! So basically, I had no idea whatsoever to post sooooo....I am doing this! (As a warning, Friday's post might be late...or might not happen at all.) Yay! I stole these questions (and changed them up a bit so they would fit what people have asked me) from Kat's post so this idea and all of these questions come from her :)

Where do you live?
Well, I live in New York, USA. Some people are not comfortable sharing their state but it is pretty big so I am not afraid of someone finding me and stalking me. It is pretty cold in New York right now but during Spring to around beginning of Fall, it is very nice and pretty.
What is your family like?
As you may know, I am an only child so it is just me, my dad, my mom, and my grandma. We're a pretty average South-Asian family; with our love for Bollywood and our crazy rules. I can do a separate post on that later.
What are some of your hobbies?
I'm a pretty crafty person so sewing, crafting, and finger knitting. (I have a DIY on that coming soon) Also reading, writing, blogging (well, of course). I ALSO play the violin and baritone and piano.
Favorite books and movies?
Favorite books....ahh... there's a lot but probably either Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (which is quite inappropriate, I shouldn't have read it) or the Harry Potter series because well um, they're fabulous. Moviessssssss.....Frozen, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, and Ice Age.
How do you imagine your future life?
Well ah, obviously, I want to get married, have kids, blah blah blah but I would really like to blog full time, or maybe become a writer, or even a doctor!
How old are you?
Welp, 10. Almost 11. Very close.
Favorite authors?
Rick Riordan (awesome), Roland Smith (great writer), JK Rowling (fabulous), Veronica Roth (too cool), John Green (hilarious), and Suzanne Collins (amazing writer).
Are you a fangirl?
Yes. YES. Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Hunger Games, Divergent, Percy Jackson, A LOT. The main ones I already listed.
What inspired you to create a blog?
I guess the idea that people might be interested in hearing what I have to say and all the things I could share from my imagination: the things I wrote, the things I created, the things I have thought. If you are still reading, *clap clap clap clap clap clap* also comment *clap clap clap*
How long have you been blogging?
1 year and almost 1 month
How can I follow you?
You um, see those sparkly gold buttons? Go click on those :D or look under that somewhere and look for the big box with all the faces. Go click follow :)
What equipment do you use?
Mah brain, some notebooks, a Dell computer, and my Nikon D3000.
That's all for today folks, I hope you enjoyed and if you have any more questions, leave them in the comments and I will reply as soon as possible!
Mkay bye,


  1. Cool information! This is good because people should really do posts like these more often because quite a lot of the time, bloggers don't know much about other bloggers and their lives in general.

  2. *clap-clap-clap*
    Divergent! I'm Divergent! *jumps off bed*
    Awesome post!

  3. I love your answers! I've also been to New York before-- Alexandria Bay, Poughkeepsie, Niskiuna and the Vity are just some of the places I've been to, but I'd love to go back. And let's go fangirls!

    xoxo Morning

  4. *clap clap clap* I loved this post! I also love Fangirl and Frozen, along with almost everything else you listed ♥
    Amy xx

    Perfect Imperfections

  5. Hehe yes. Harry Potter is fabulous. ^_^
    Fun questions!!

    Chloe | Curious Ramblings

  6. Great FAQ!
    I have always wanted to visit New York, but it is 9 hours from Manchester or Liverpool and my parents cannot afford it.
    Oh and another question: How did you become a blogger for BBK?
    -Emily ♥

    1. Thanks Emily! Aw that sucks :/ I commented on your blog replying to your question :)

  7. Really nice post Noor! I love America so much! I knit too and can sew

    1. Thanks so much Rukiya! Knitting is way too hard for me but I love to sew!

    2. No problem Noor I find knitting so easy but sewing is so much more simple. Us in Britain have secondary which is from year 7 to year 11 so it's a big change and we're there for really long

  8. You're from NY?? Lucky! I've only ever been to the city but would love to go to college there. I'm from MA, so it's not terribly far!


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