Im not sure where I’m going with this prompt post. But here goes nothing :).
As we get older, we are less willing to take moves that are considered risky to society. We like to stay comfortable . But when we see someone taking that risky move, no matter how big the risk is, we immediately ask if they have gone crazy!
Risk also comes with rewards. Depending on the situation, the reward may be a little different . For example, the spontaneous move to start anew in a different city, or even country, is a crazy idea. Risky because it means leaving everything behind to start new again. For sure ,that’s something everyone will ask if the person has lost their mind . But the reward , to me at least, is this is a chance to explore a new place and a new culture, to be exposed to different experiences, but also to learn more about one self .
I guess what I’m trying to say is: maybe we should start supporting and applauding those who take risks. They probably have put a lot of thought into it before making that risky move.
There’s risk to everything we do. So why not take that chance? Life is too short to not take any risks 🙂
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The major question I ask myself when it comes to shopping in the winter/autumn: ” Do I want to be fashionable or do I want to be warm?” But every now and then, I’ll find a piece that is fashionable and will keep me warm ❤
I started playing badminton again lately. I would get tired very easily. My friend would always say “how? you dragon boat. You should be super athletic.” Considering, the amount of training I did for the past two years, its understandable to think I would be. But little do they know, that we paddlers are NOT the most athletic people.
Cheers and later days 🙂
I think, as humans, we follow things that are popular and trendy. I think the most popular thing this year was the mermaid and unicorn trend. For me, the most questionable popular drink of the year was the mermaid frappuccino at Starbucks.
But, Autumn is here. And the popular Pumpkin Spice Latte returns.
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How does one stay focused when they are distracted by other emotions, such as anger, frustration, and maybe sadness?
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My friends always call me a cat cuz of how I like pats on the head and how I tend to meow a lot. I think my favourite rhyme these days is definitely influenced by the amount of cat-related posts that pop up on my facebook feed.
” I fits I sits”