Sunday, 21 September 2014

Weekly Wondering // Week 50

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. 


350. What is the number one solution to healing the world?
If we knew that surely that question wouldn't need to be asked.

351. What could society do without?

Alot of things. Alcohol and drugs - behavior and personality effecting substances are the main thing I wish didn't exist and I'm sure it would eliminate many problems within society if they were none!
(Unpopular opinion but hey ho, the world would be a boring place if we all agreed)


352. What stresses you out?

Ask Jake and he'd say 'everything'. I'm working on being less stressy. I hate being in a rush, or being rushed. Then again I get stressed out if people are being too slow or taking up room in the supermarket and stuff and then I rush past... Contradictory or what?!

353. Now that it’s behind you, what did you do last week that was memorable?

Hurt my knee!! haha I'll milk it as long as I can 'cause it hurt but some people assume I'm just exaggerating. I was filming Baker running to and fro with my phone on our walk along the river when he misjudged his route and crashed right through my leg taking me down like one of Lyoto Machida's famous foot sweeps! Damn it hurt.

354. Where do you spend most of your time while you’re awake?

In our back living room watching Netflix, editing photos and blogging or pottering around the rest of the house cleaning and such.

355. What makes someone a hero?

Someone who goes the extra mile to do the right thing and think of others above themselves. 

356. When in your life have you been a victim of stereotyping?

Uh, for real?! Alll the time! In school I got it from bullies and chavs labeling me because of my dress sense etc, in work I got it because I wasn't as social as other and didn't want to drink and party and now out and about some people see tattoos and think they know who I am before I show them who I am. 
The world is full of stereotyping. It always will. No matter who says that they don't judge a book by it's cover, everyone does, it's human nature to judge upon first impressions - which are usually the cover of the book.




6 comments:

  1. I also think that the world could do without alcohol and drugs and hahah EVERYTHING stresses me out too and I hate being rushed... But I also hate when people are sooo slow at the grocery store... I'm actually glad I'm not alone haha

    Jessica
    the.pyreflies.org

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    1. Im very glad to find another person just like me!! haha
      Online shopping is my first choice because people standing having a full catch up with their aunts, cousins, son in the middle of the isle make my blood boil! haa

      xo

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  2. You always get me thinking, so thank you for that!
    The world could do without negativity. Which is totally not the same as sadness, misery or heartache - those things will always exist and people deal with them how they deal with them. I mean negativity like those people who are just mean for the hell of it, those people who pin stereotypes on others without even looking beneath the surface, those people who set out to make someone elses day a misery. Maybe I don't mean 'negativity' after all, maybe I mean douchieness. Which is DEFINITELY a word!
    M x

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    1. Thank you! Im glad that this series has had that effect on people.
      And that made me laugh lol. I agree we could all do without the douchebags of society!

      xo

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  3. I really really hate being rushed! I always forget something and I get really irrationally annoyed when it happens. It's better to just let me do it at my own speed.

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    1. I think it must be a girl thing :P but once Im ready then I rush the other half! Oops, double standards.

      xo

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