A Day In My Life – Exam Revision, Blog Post Writing and More!

Hello everyone it’s Zainab here, welcome or welcome back to Zainab Chats! For today’s blog post, I’m going to be doing a day in my life as my day today is quite busy due to exams in upcoming weeks. Let’s jump into it!

8:30am – Eating Breakfast
I’m trying to make sure that I have a balanced diet during exams so that I can take them to the best of my ability – Coco Pops is my usual cereal!

9:00am – Writing Blog Posts
This is honestly such a therapeutic thing to do during exams, and it takes my mind off the stress. Today, I’m writing this post, but I’m not sure for the other so I’ll have to think about that!

10:30am – Revision
Obviously since I have exams tomorrow I have to revise – I usually do revision based on the subjects I have the next day! So, tomorrow I have Biology, Maths and Citizenship so I’m revising them!

2:00pm – Watching The Euros
After having a break, I decided to watch the Euros with my Dad, which is basically the World Cup but for European Teams. It’s England vs Croatia and England won!

5:30pm – Going Through Pinterest
I recently downloaded Pinterest again and I’ve actually enjoyed looking at some Pins. Especially the ones to do with studying as I have exams coming up! I also made some Pins (@zainabchats if you’d like to check them out!)

8:00pm – Watching Netflix
I tend to do this with my family most often, we are currently watching Modern Family and I love it!

9:45 – Bed
During exam season, it’s really important to have a good sleep schedule so I try to go to sleep at a suitable time!



Thank you so much for reading this blog post – do we have any similarities in our day? Let me know in the comments!

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My Interview On The Blogger Up Series

Hello everyone it’s Zainab here, welcome or welcome back to Zainab Chats! Today’s blog post is slightly different as I got the lovely opportunity to be interviewed by Nabeeha Jameel from the Brainstorms blog – so today I’ll be sharing my interview with you all! Be sure to check out the original post here and give Nabeeha a follow, now let’s jump into Nabeeha’s interview! from the Blogger Up Series! (Nabeeha’s questions are in bold!)

1. When did you start Zainab Chats, and what inspired you to?

I started Zainab Chats in April 2020. (I started at about the same time too, after being devastated and confused after my O-level Examinations got cancelled) I actually had a previous blog on Blogger called: Z.H Blogs but I really just wanted to rebrand – we were in the middle of lockdown and I couldn’t see us coming out any time soon so I decided to start Zainab Chats to spread positivity to others! (YAY🎊!)

2. I really like the whole aesthetic of your blog. What theme have you used?

Thank you so much! I use the free WordPress theme: Canape

3. Does your blog focus on a specific niche?

 I mainly focus on Positivity but I also do other niche-related posts such as Reviews, Study Tips and Lifestyle!

4. Throughout your blogging journey what is one thing that has been a constant challenge?

I’m very thankful my blogging journey hasn’t been much of a challenge. However, one thing that has been a challenge (not specifically about my own blog) but it’s been keeping up with other people’s blogs. Through school and other activities I find it quite difficult to consistently go through WordPress Reader and read other people’s lovely blogs. It’s not a challenge I’ve fully overcome but I’m getting there! (I can relate, but my constant struggle mostly revolves around being consistent with my posts and keeping up with life at the same time😬)

5. I noticed that Zainab Chats has an Instagram account. How has the Instagram account helped with your blogging journey? 

The Instagram account really helped me grow my blog in the beginning. Now, I tend to focus less on growth and use the account to interact more with my followers which is not something I can really do in the comments of blog posts.

6. What is your favourite post on Zainab Chats and Why?

That’s such a hard question, but I’d have to say my 100 Followers Special as it was such a big moment for me and I honestly never thought I’d get there. It was also a fun post as I got to react to people’s assumptions about me! (The satisfaction when you reach a 100 followers is indescribable! I cannot wait for your blog to reach 1K!)

7. Where do you see your blog three years from now? 

Three years from now, I hope to have grown by blog and to be posting a lot more than twice a week. I don’t like to predict too much as things can change but I hope I’m still blogging and have a lovely community

8. What is the favourite thing you own and why?

 I’d have to say my Bullet Journal – it really lets me plan my days so much more efficiently then a regular planner. I’ve actually almost finished it so I’ll be getting a new one soon!

9. Any secret talents that no one knows about?

Honestly, I don’t think so – I’m a pretty open book! (😂 Great!)

10. Imagine you met the Genie, what are the three things you would wish for?

I’d probably wish for: World Peace, A Happy Family and for Others to be happy too!


Be sure to check out Nabeeha’s blog, and other then that, thank you so much for reading! I hope you learned a bit more about me!

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How To Study In Lockdown

Hi everyone it’s Zainab, welcome or welcome back to Zainab Chats! I’ve been getting a lot of requests to do more studying and school related posts! So, today I’m going to share some tips for efficient studying in lockdown. Let’s jump into it!

Set Aside Time Every Day
Since we’re in lockdown, we obviously want to relax for a majority of time. So, if you set aside a specific time every day you can really just get it done at a specific time every day so you can maintain routine!

Plan What You Will Do Ahead Of Time
If you plan what you will do ahead of time with a timetable, it will allow you to waste no time so you can just grind down and get your work done!

Give Yourself Breaks
This is probably the most crucial tip, you need to allow yourself at least a couple of breaks so you have something to work towards. This is so you don’t overwork yourself too much!

So guys, that’s all the tips for today! Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed, share all your tips in the comments!

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Interview With Alexandra Chaves

Hi everyone, it’s Zainab! Welcome or welcome back to Zainab Chats! I am super excited for this post today as it’s been in the works for a long time and I’m so excited to finally be able to share it!

I’ve been privileged enough to interview Alexandra Chaves! You may know her as Piper from the popular TV show: The Next Step! It’s going to be a long post so get comfortable.

We’re talking The Next Step, activism, spreading positivity and more, so let’s jump into it!


1) Thank you so much for agreeing to be interviewed Alex! Just for anybody who doesn’t know you already maybe share a little bit about who you are and what you do!

Hello and thank you for having me, Zainab! I am a nineteen year old actor and dancer, with a passion for performing and storytelling. Readers may know me as ‘Piper’ from the television show, ‘The Next Step’, which airs on CBBC, CBC, Family Channel and other networks around the world. I am grateful for the opportunity the show has given me to explore my passion for acting and dancing. I look forward to continuing to explore my interests in advocacy and girls’ rights, film, health and mindset, which I share on my social media platforms (@alexandrachaves). 

2) You’ve talked a lot previously about how your character Piper on The Next Step relates a lot to yourself! Especially in terms of both of you being able to take initiative and standing up for what’s right! How did your interest spark in social justice and activism?

Yes! Piper and I share a lot of similarities and, since I first joined the cast in 2015, I have been inspired by Piper’s initiative and drive to speak out about her passions and her feelings. However, before the role, I already knew that social justice and advocacy were important to me. In elementary school, I was involved in our social justice group, where we held regular meetings to discuss social justice issues and how we could make a difference in our community. My natural progression was to continue to find ways to explore advocacy in my career! 

Photo From Her Instagram @alexandrachaves

3) Throughout all of your social media platforms (especially Instagram) you talk a lot about staying positive and happy during these times which isn’t easy. What makes you want to be almost sort of a ‘big sister’ figure for your followers and help with wellbeing and mental health?

Thank you for your kind words! I think it’s important to recognise that with positivity, I am not trying to suppress or invalidate the wide range of emotions we all experience. Instead, I acknowledge my feelings and make efforts to be kind and gentle to myself, especially during these times! ‘Hustle culture’ and the idea of ‘perfectionism’ is so overrated and will leave you feeling burnt out (trust me!). I wish I had more role models when I was younger that helped to give me confidence and make me realise that I don’t have to fit into society’s unrealistic expectations of being ‘perfect’ or living the ideal life. After letting go of this myself, my voice on Instagram has changed, too! For example, I have naturally started sharing quotes, stories and wellness habits that have helped me let go of perfectionism and enjoy the present moment. It is forever a work in progress, but I am grateful for the community I have online and how so many like minded individuals are on this journey with me! 

4) Another thing I’ve seen you do during the lockdown is that you’ve become a Youth Ambassador for Plan Canada which helps campaign for equality rights, you’ve done a lot of campaigns such as preventing girls getting bullied on social media, what made you decide to start working with the organisation and do you have any other campaigns with them coming soon?

As a member of my social justice group in elementary school, I was able to learn about issues that are important to me and how to take action. My interest in these issues only grew as I entered high school. However, with my acting career, I had to do online classes for most of my high school years. I missed out on having a community to share my passion for social justice and gender equality. As my Instagram platform grew, I wanted to find and create that community in my online presence. Consequently, I did research to find an organization I could work with that mirrored my values. This led me to contact Plan International Canada, which is a non-profit organization focussing on gender equality and girls’ rights. I am very grateful to be a Youth Ambassador and to help spread the word about important issues facing girls’ and womens’ rights, and to help amplify the important work they are doing to help girls reach their full potential. I regularly attend Plan Canada’s ‘Speaker’s Bureau’ meetings, where like-minded and driven youth meet virtually to discuss barriers facing gender equality. My passion for social justice and activism has just scratched the surface! There is so much more for me to learn and so much work that must be done, but it excites me! I am very grateful for the community I have with Plan Canada and on social media. These voices give me hope for the future and inspire me to pursue activism throughout my career. 

Photo From Her Instagram @alexandrachaves

5) You’re currently in Canada right now, what is the situation in terms of the pandemic like there? What have you been doing to keep yourself busy as well as productive, I’ve noticed from social media you’ve been doing things like working out!

Where I currently live, we are in a lockdown with stay-at-home orders. It has been difficult, but I am fortunate to be living with my family and I am able to audition and work from home. I haven’t spoken much about this, but I am currently doing some extra school courses like calculus and chemistry, that I did not have time to commit to in the past. I am a lifetime learner and I am really enjoying the structure and knowledge that those classes provide! Virtual acting and dance classes have also been so therapeutic for me. My Mom is my inspiration, and has been motivating me during our at-home workouts, which include Pilates, strength training, yoga and daily walks. The pandemic has really allowed me to really listen to my body, so I am enjoying finding workouts that I enjoy and finding new recipes that fuel me! 

6) Now I want to talk a little bit about your acting career. You play Piper on The Next Step, how did you manage to book such a huge role and get into acting?

I have been dancing since I was three years old, so being on stage and performing was second nature! It was only when I was unable to dance due to a heart condition diagnosis, did I find acting as another outlet to explore storytelling and creativity. I had been acting for a few years prior to ‘The Next Step’ and the training and audition experiences helped me when I received an audition from my agent for the show. The audition process included dancing freestyle and choreography, as well as improvised acting. I remember being stunned that I had gotten past the first cut of the audition. There were so many incredibly talented artists in that room! After the final callbacks, I hadn’t heard anything from my agent for a few weeks, so I assumed I did not book the role. However, I later received a vague email saying I would have a few days on set. It was only at the first rehearsal did I learn that I would be on A-Troupe! That was one of the best days of my life! I am so grateful for all that I have learned from The Next Step and its incredible cast and crew.

7) After you booked the role, how did your life change, and for anybody who wants to go into acting, what advice would you give them to prepare for the changes such as rejection, balancing school and more?

After booking ‘The Next Step’ and working on that set, it made me realize that I want to pursue a career in acting and it has given me the experience and confidence to continue to explore my creativity in this industry. The support and comfort from The Next Step crew allowed me to grow as an actor, as well as a person. For anyone who wants to get into acting, I think it’s important to challenge yourself in new ways that help you to grow. For example, deciding to take an acting class that originally intimidated me, ended up being an experience full of growth and inspiration. Often, it is when you go outside of your comfort zone and challenge yourself in new ways, that you grow as a performer and open yourself up to even greater opportunities! I also encourage young artists to explore their creativity, whether that be learning new aspects of the film industry, taking up different hobbies, learning something new, etc. All of those skills and experiences can be so useful as an actor and help us to expand our view of the world! 
Regarding rejection, it is something with which I still struggle. However, I have found ways to constructively work through these thoughts. Unfortunately, rejection is a regular part of the industry. However, what I have learned is that staying true to yourself and trusting your unique personality, interpretations and skills is so valuable and will eventually guide you toward the opportunities that are meant for you. I think it is also important to pursue acting for the right reasons. I have fallen in love with the process and I am thoroughly enjoying diving into characters and script analysis. Having become passionate about the craft and its mechanics, I can more easily accept the challenging parts of the career… like rejection. 
I grew up balancing my academics with competitive dancing; building time management skills in the process. For those that may be in a similar situation, I encourage you to be diligent with keeping track of your calendar and to-do’s. I practice prioritisation by keeping a colour-coded to-do list to rank the prioritisation of each task. For example, homework, script analysis and preparation for auditions, along with dance training and fitness are the greatest priority. But often, among those, I have to delegate which must be prioritised for the given time I have. On the contrary, I also encourage those balancing school and extracurricular to enjoy the freedom and creativity that dancing, acting, etc provides. Despite my organised schedule, once I am in the dance studio or in front of the camera, it all fades away and I am able to enjoy the present moment. Remember to remind yourself why you started in the first place and why you are doing what you are doing! This helps me stay motivated and in the present moment. 

Photo From Her Instagram @alexandrachaves

8) My final question for you is anybody who is struggling emotionally or mentally during these difficult times, what advice could you give to them to ease back into a positive mindset and become a bit more happy?

A habit that has really helped me during these times is to journal nightly. I reflect back on what I did that day, no matter how big or small. I note the little things that made me smile throughout the day, or something I did that made me proud. It is also nice to look back on my entries to realize and appreciate what I have accomplished (even the small things are wins!) and all the moments of happiness I have experienced during this time.

I also am very grateful for my friends, who have made me feel less lonely during these isolated times. Booking regular calls with them creates something to look forward to during the week, and help me stay connected. I encourage those struggling to check in on friends and family. They probably need someone to talk to just as much as you do!


Thank you so much for Alexandra for giving up time to answer these questions! Be sure to check out her Website and Instagram!

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Positive Affirmations

Hey everyone, welcome or welcome back to Zainab Chats! Happy December! To start off the month , I’m going to share with you guys some positive affirmations to get you in the right mindset for the week, let’s jump into it!

Just Do It!
This is such a great affirmation! Anything you have to do this week, you should do it! Go on and get it done!

I Can Do It!
If you have anything you’re finding hard or upsetting this week, just remember this: ‘I Can Do It!’ It will definitely give you more of a motivational boost.

I Am Enough!
Whenever you feel like you’re not doing the best you can just remember you’re doing the best you can. Just say in your head ‘I Am Enough!’

Stay Positive!
Now, I know you’re probably familliar with this affirmation as I say it at the end of every blog post! Any time you’re feeling upset just say, ‘ Stay Positive!’

Those are all the affirmations for today, let me know if you’d like me to do a part two!

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How To Balance Blogging And School

Hello everyone it’s Zainab! I get a lot of questions on how I balance blogging and school so today I want to share how I do that!

Have A Schedule
Having a schedule will allow you to prioritise parts of the day for school and parts of it to blog. If you set aside an hour straight after school for revision then you can prioritise the rest of the day for writing blog posts and organising your blog.

Spend The Weekend
If you’re quite big on school like me, instead of spending the week blogging you can spend the weekend blogging! This is great so you can spend school days revising and the weekend blogging!

Prioritise Which Is Important
In this part you really have to think what’s important. If you want to have a very academically focused life when you’re older, you may want to spend more time in school. Whereas if your goal is to me a full time blogger maybe you should spend more time on your blog!

Thank you guys so much for reading, let me know how you balance blogging and school in the comments!

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Why You Should Be Positive When Going Back To School

Hello everyone, welcome or welcome back to the blog! Today, I want to share with you some reasons on why you should be positive when going back to school!

You’re Seeing Friends Again
I think the reason most people are happy about going to school is seeing friends again. Some people have not seen them for a long time so most people will be in an extremely positive mindset to see their friends after a long time!

You’re Going To Start Learning Again
Okay so I know some people don’t necessarily like school but if you are very curious and love to learn then you will definitely feel more positive knowing that you get to learn new things now!

You Can Actually Leave Your House Properly Again
Okay this was probably my reason for full on positivity but, you actually can leave your home! You finally have somewhere to go other then your garden so take advantage of that and actually enjoy and make the most of school!

I hope you guys are feeling a bit more positive about going back to school!

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Daily Routine Of A Blogger (Collab With Christina)

Hey guys it’s Zainab, welcome to the blog! Today, I’m going to share my daily routine as a blogger. Before we start the post, this is a collab with one of my amazing blogger friends, Christina from Christina and Camera, so go over to her blog to see her routine! Let’s get into it!

8:00am – So at around 8am I will wake up and eat breakfast! Usually, I’ll be eating cereal and watching Netflix too!

9:00am – Then, at around this time I will go into my room and do school work! I do my school work before anything else as school is my number one priority!

10:30am – Roughly at this time, I will start doing Blog Content Planning! I usually plan my content throughout the week and then I will write up blog posts! Also, every Sunday I plan out content to go onto my Blog Instagram at this time, to promote my blog (usually, it’s whatever I put on my blog, I turn it into a mini Instagram post). It takes much longer to do the Blog Instagram as I want to make my Photography perfect!

11:15am – After I plan all my blog content, I’ll usually watch some Youtube or Netflix! After I spend my morning doing school and planning I really like to relax.

12:00pm – This is usually the time of day where I work out! I do have a new workout routine so if you want to see an updated workout routine blog post, let me know below.

2:00pm – I’ve put a huge gap in time here as after I have a productive morning writing blog posts, school work etc I literally do nothing! At around this time, I usually eat lunch, which would usually be a Cheese sandwich!

4:00pm – Usually, I will go into WordPress and do a final proofread of a blog post as well as going WordPress Reader!

6:00pm – At around this time, I will hop back on WordPress and respond to any comments. I always post as 5pm so I always have at least one comment to respond to!

8:00pm – This is the usual time I will sit and eat dinner with my family, after that I will usually take some Vitamins too! I will then have nothing to do so I just relax with my family until I go to sleep!

So guys, that’s my daily routine (yes, I know it’s not productive but at the time I’m writing this I’m still in quarantine) I’m actually back to school now though, so let me know if you want me to do an updated school version.

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3 Tips On Getting Summer Work Done + Send In Questions You’re Too Afraid To Ask Bloggers

Hey everyone it’s Zainab, welcome back to the blog! So, does anybody get told to have a relaxing summer break from school and then the first day of Summer you get a ton of work? Well, that’s me! Today, I’ll teach you some tips on getting summer work accomplished!

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  1. Dedicate a day for each subject
    Just remember that you have 6 weeks of Summer and if you have 13 subjects it only takes 13 days to do all your work!
  2. Take breaks
    Remember it still Summer break so you can take breaks when working therefore you don’t have an overload!
  3. Do it with friends
    As long as you don’t get distracted, it still is Summer work so you can interact with friends and do the work together!

I hope these 3 tips help you take away the stress of summer a little bit, tell me in the comments your tips!

Also, incase you couldn’t see in the title I would appreciate it if you could comment some questions you’re too afraid to ask bloggers (it’s for a blog post) all names will obviously remain anonymous!

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The Sunshine Blogger Award

Hey guys, Zainab here! I’m taking part in the Sunshine Blogger Award! Thanks so much to hidenzzzz and Janis for nominating me for this award! Let’s get into it.

Rules:

  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and link back to their blog.
  • Answer the 11 questions given to you.
  • Nominate 11 other bloggers and write them 11 new questions.
  • List the rules and display the sunshine blogger award logo in your blog post.

My Answers

  1. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?
    The first thing I do when I wake up is make a daily to- do list. This just allows me to see what I have to do throughout the day!
  2. What challenges did you face as a blogger?
    I’m very lucky I haven’t faced much adversity in the blogging world but one big challenge is sometimes when I put lots of effort into something like a blog post and maybe not many people are liking it or reading it. Sometimes it does get me down, especially if I work hard on it.
  3. What do you do to feel better?
    To feel better I would just work harder on even better posts! Just remember, numbers are not everything so just persevere and don’t give up!
  4. A habit that made you better person?
    This is’t a habit but I joined a Guides Troupe (Girl’s Scouts) and we often have to regularly volunteer, whether it’s a Christmas fair or bring in donations it definitely helps everyone feel a lot more grateful for everything! I think that without a doubt it made me a better person!
  5. Will you still blog after five years?
    Yes, I definitely think so!! Blogging is something I really enjoy and I can’t wait to see my blogging future!
  6. What is you current favourite app?
    This is a really hard one, but I actually have to say iPhone Notes and Google Calendar because I’ve been using them a lot more often to plan my day and they have really helped me!
  7. Favourite Instagram account?
    There are so many amazing accounts but probably Christina’s account as it’s so asthetic!! Christina also has a blog which you can check out here!
  8. How do you make someone feel better?
    To make someone feel better, I usually try and sit down with them and discover what their problem is and try to deal with it in any way I can try and help!
  9. Do you think books are underrated?
    Totally! I actually used to not like reading myself but I’ve totally fallen in love with it again in quarantine! Also, non-fiction books are definitely underrated!
  10. What is one book you think is underrated?
    Cogheart by Peter Bunzl. It’s such an amazing adventure book based in the Victorian era that not enough of people read so I urge you to go check it out! I’ve actually met Peter Bunzl myself!
  11. A piece of advice to new bloggers?
    Don’t look at the numbers too often because if you’re brand new to blogging then it’s gonna take some time! Don’t worry, everyone is here for new bloggers!

My Nominees

Christina
Grace Ariya
Pooja
Hannah
Audrey
Anna Coleman
Elsie LMC
Catherine (Kitty Jade)
Daisy Matilda
Lrose5
And whoever is reading this, consider yourself nominated!

My Questions For You Guys

  1. What’s your favourite thing about blogging?
  2. What’s your least favourite thing about blogging?
  3. How many years have you been blogging?
  4. What is your favourite thing about the quarantine?
  5. How would you want to expand your blog?
  6. Has blogging helped grow your confidence, if so how?
  7. What’s one thing you have persevered through in life?
  8. Can you tell us one of your favourite hobbies?
  9. What’s one thing most people wouldn’t think about you?
  10. Has blogging changed your life, if so how?
  11. What’s a secret talent you have?

If you do decide to take part in this please link back to this post so I can see your answers! Thanks for reading this post I hope you enjoyed, let me know in the comments what you want to see next!

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