つんどくです。

知的好奇心と創造を、

つんどくです

"Hello World n' Kon-nichiwa~"

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Hello World, it's Tsundoku.

I couldn't sleep well recently and I was thinking why I can't do it. 

 However, I just came up with a totally different kind of idea suddenly.

"Oh, I wanna start blogging in English too on my blog."

I don't know wtf with my brain.

I sometimes blog about books review mainly. Since I can use English, mind as well starts writing something about Japanese things or something fun.

Then I can share the things with people all over the world. I guess it's a good idea for midnight so I just started to write this article at 4AM in this morning.

I have a lot of experiences to speak English cuz I have been to UnitedStates, HongKong, and Canada. Therefore I think I have conversation skill but I'm not good at writing AF even I'm Japanese lol

This is a good time to practice writing English.

I hope this will be my new habit and my writing skill is gonna be better soon.

Anyway, I'm glad to see you guys and hope you enjoy my blog, "Tsundokudesu".

Oh, this new habit makes me so sleepy, that's a good sign I guess haha.

See ya!

 Tsundoku (Japanese: 積ん読) is acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one's home without reading them.[1][2][3]

The term originated in the Meiji era (1868-1912) as Japanese slang.[4] It combines elements of 「積んでおく」 tsunde-oku (to pile things up ready for later and leave) and 「読書」 dokusho(reading books). It is also used to refer to books ready for reading later when they are on a bookshelf. As currently written, the word combines the characters for "pile up" (積) and the character for "read" (読). (From wikipedia)