Sunday, 10 November 2013

Weekly Wondering // Week 6.

I found this set of questions, '365 thought provoking questions to ask yourself this year', last year and bookmarked the webpage. After having rediscovered it I am answering 7 of the questions each week  until I complete the year. 

36. Which is worse, failing or never trying?
I'd say it depends on the situation but with alot of things - failing. Failing sucks. It feels crap. So why not save yourself the pain and just not try? Of course with somethings it's worth trying but yeah. 

37. When was the last time you listened to the sound of your own breathing?
I do it quite frequently actually. With recently being diagnosed with asthma ( o_O ) I find myself more conscious of how my breathing is. Or when I'm on my way to/from work and have my earphones in, the sound of my breathing seems to be amplified.

38. What’s something you know you do differently than most people?
Lol! Alot of things! I spent too long thinking of an answer for this and just let Jake answer instead. He says, ' Blogging.' I said, 'How so?' and his reply, 'Because you don't blog about make up and sh*t.'
He has a way with words! <3 haha 

39. What does ‘The American Dream’ mean to you?
The chance of a comfortable life without worry. The ability to live happily in an awesome country, with the opportunity to make your life whatever you would like to. 

40. Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton?
A Joyful simpleton I think! I hate worrying and I am a total worry wort! 

41. If you could instill one piece of advice in a newborn baby’s mind, what advice would you give?
I thought that one piece of advice wasn't enough but didn't want to cheat...
So instead here is one piece of advice but from a few of my Facebook friends. They are all very good points!

42. What is the most desirable trait another person can possess?
The ability to be 100% honest and reliable. Like my Jake <3 



Read WEEK 5 HERE!

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