Back in 2015, I made it less than a month of consecutive answers. This year I am committing. And by committing, I mean starting on January 31. I’ve made it eight days so far!
Maybe it wasn’t the best idea to look ahead, but it’s interesting to know what questions are next. Some answers I know right off the bat and others will definitely take some thought! I’ve answered the questions bolded for fun!
Here are the questions for February:
Feb. 1: What is your resolution for tomorrow? Feb. 2: Who do you live with? Breanne & Lauren
Feb. 3: On a scale of one to ten, how sad are you? Why?
Feb. 4: Outside, the weather is ______.
Feb. 5: What are you obsessively listening to?
Feb. 6: Are you seeking contentment or excitement? Feb. 7: What are the things you have to buy? Granulated sugar & Stamps
Feb. 8: Are you in love?
Feb. 9: How late did you sleep?
Feb. 10: If this day was an animal, which animal would it be?
Feb. 11: How did you get to work today?
Feb. 12: What is your biggest obstacle right now?
Feb. 13: What’s your favorite question to ask people?
Feb. 14: Did you kiss someone today?
Feb. 15: Write down the cure for a broken heart.
Feb. 16: What was the last performance of concert you went to?
Feb. 17: If you could change something about today, what would it be?
Feb. 18: What’s the most expensive thing you’re wearing right now? Feb. 19: Who is the craziest person in your life? Deanna
Feb. 20: What word did you overuse today? Feb. 21: What is the current buzzword? GOAT or BAE, not necessarily buzzwords but still popular
Feb. 22: What was your prevailing emotion of the day?
Feb. 23: What’s the most embarrassing purchase on a recent credit card statement?
Feb. 24: Today you’ve got too much _______.
Feb. 25: What’s the last dream you remember
Feb. 26: Name one item you can’t throw away? Feb. 27: Are you the original or the remix? Why? Original, because the original is more authentic
Feb. 28: When was the last time you were sick?
Any questions stick out? Any you find too difficult to answer? I know I I’m going to have a hard time answering some!
When I was in middle school, I distinctly remember writing a poem about my mother. I titled it “Social Butterfly.”
It went something along the lines of: Social butterfly Flying high up in the sky Making her presence known, to all who stand by
Beyond those three lines, I can’t say I remember much else. However, I do know that my social presence is lacking, whether it be in where I am or what I’m posting on social media.
My Facebook feed is semi-populated; however, it’s full of articles I’ve written. Read what I write here!
Instagram-I’ve posted three times in the last four months.
Twitter-The last thing I remember tweeting was for my job when I was covering an event.
But, if there is one piece of life advice I know about in today’s technological focused world: I need to have a social presence, a strongish social presence that is well represented. So, in order to help up my social presence, I have come up with a plan:
Take 10-20 minutes a week to think about what social interests I believe my friends/followers should be aware of.
Find three stimulating articles or human interest pieces to analyze and share.
Post them with at least 1-2 days between, as to not become too obnoxious.
In time, I feel like this will help me post more on Facebook and Twitter, as well as help my friends/followers broaden their own minds and hopefully think outside of their own boxes.
Instagram, that is another story. I think I need help in that department, coming up with a solid plan. Accepting suggestions!
I’m always craving a good book. Here are 7 books I want to read ASAP!
Since I provided a list of the books I have been reading, I thought it would only be fair to provide a list of books I would like to read. I have two weeks before school starts and in the mean time I have been working and studying for a big test. However, I know I should read a couple good books (or more) while time is seemingly more available.
Speaking of reading books while time allows…I found that when I take time for me, like reading a book for 30 minutes every night that my life seems to be a little less stressful. I know it can seem daunting adding something into your schedule to reduce the stress, but I think it works!
As school approaches, with work and some other activities I know will keep me busy, I want to read at least three books each month. That is a little less than one book a week. I will see if I can do it!
Here are some books in my Amazon cart at this very moment!