My little prologue.

The word prologue has a Greek origin. It comes from the words pro -which means before- and lógos   -which means word-. Wikipedia defines it as “an opening to a story that establishes the setting and gives background details, often some earlier story that ties into the main one, and other miscellaneous information.”

This will be the prologue of this blog “The Thinkdom”, which is defined by the “very accurate” Urban Dictionary as a place where thinking occurs. This will be where I post my blog entries about health, fashion, photography, art or just life in general. I will write about what interest me and what is on my mind at the time.

My name is Elena and I am a soon-to-turn eighteen year old girl from Norway. I am currently in school that is focused on general mandatory subjects like language, history, religion and math. They also let you choose some subjects that are not mandatory. For that I am going on the path of studying math and physics. Let us see how that turns out for me, shall we?

I have had a couple of blogs over the years. Originally I started out with web design and coding websites. I think i started doing that it about 2007 (go piczo, right?). Unfortunately not kept up my, or done it regularly for a period of time in forever. Now I want to start up again, first of all by sharing what I do on this blog, as well as blog about what interest me and what affects my life.

That was my prologue. So this is a challenge to myself to post regularly about topics that interest, inspire or affects me. By me I mean the almost eighteen year old girl behind the screen.

Peace man.


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