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Hannah Renea Bumgarner

An undergraduate student who enjoys poetry, DND, and writing in general. Plenty of shenanigans and a whole lotta anxiety wrapped up in a 5'4" frame. Thanks for stopping by!

Day 7: #mood

Emotions are funny things. One small action can have an impact on your entire mood for the day. I know people who have an incredible handle on their emotions. My boyfriend, for example, is probably the pinnacle of controlling-emotions. If something’s bothering him, he’s still completely capable of […]

Day 6: Good Habits

I think this post will be a natural transition from the last post I did! Always a fun time to have things that line up back-to-back. 6. One thing you need to start doing. I’ve been trying to keep track of a habits log in my Bullet Journal, […]

Day 5: Bad Habits

Habits are so difficult to keep up with. Especially when it comes to breaking bad ones! Today’s prompt reminded me of bad habits, so I thought I’d 5. One thing you need to stop doing So I have an issue where I’m literally too accommodating to other people. […]

Day 3: Gratitude

It’s day #3 of the poetry challenge I set out to do! Technically, yes, it’s April 5th, but I’m catching up! 3. What are you most grateful for? This is a difficult prompt, since I have so many blessings and privileges in my life already, so finding the […]

Happy Poetry Month!

April is National Poetry Month, and I am very excited to get back into a groove with this blog. I can’t wait to share with y’all what I have planned for this month! Poetry Class! For one thing, I’m finally in a poetry class again. It feels so […]

World Poetry Day 2018

Hello everyone! I know it’s been a crazy long time since I’ve posted. In my defense, Winter Quarter was crazy (it always is) and for mental health reasons I could barely even focus on schoolwork much less running a successful blog. All that being said, I am now […]

Poetry 101: Feet

You may be wondering what feet have to do with poetry. That’s fair, it does seem super odd at first. I suppose the word “feet” has a double meaning if we look at it metaphorically (which, of course, we’re going to do, because we’re poetry lovers). Syllables in […]