Hello there and welcome to my blog!
The day has finally come for me to start my blog. I must admit that I’m quite nervous, but very excited at the same time. I have been asked a lot of times, from different people why I haven`t started a blog. My first thought has always been that I felt I had nothing to write about. But the more I thought about it, the more I liked the idea. I want my blog to be a place where I can open up about my life and me as a plus size girl, but I would also love to talk about body confidence.
I will use this blog to express myself in many ways. As I said before I will write about things that has happened to me and things I do. I will also post videos from different settings of my life. This will be my way of talking to you amazing people!
I’m so excited to share my new blog with you, it’s been a really exciting process for me I hope you will like it !
There is nothing I love more than talking to you guys and being inspired by all the wonderful people on here, my family and friends. I really hope that you will enjoy following my posts.
I write a new blog post two times a week, sometimes three. My posts will be in English, maybe sometimes Serbian or German.
PS: I’m sure I make a tons of typos and grammar mistakes. Blogging in English is difficult for me, as a non native English speaker. Extremely difficult! It’s a nightmare sometimes, because often I feel like I can’t express myself the way I want to.
My blog was made on 16.01.2016.
I’m Dajana, I’m 21, and i live in Duisburg, Germany. (How to pronounce my name? – ”Dah-yah-nah”)
I’m a Serbian girl who moved to Germany two years ago with my family. 🙂
I speak Serbian (mother language), German and English.
I like to spend my time with friends and family and I like to sing a lot. (even though i suck at singing)
”My friends and family are my support system. They tell me what I need to hear, not what I want to hear and they are there for me in the good and bad times. Without them I have no idea where I would be and I know that their love for me is what’s keeping my head above the water”.