The final edition of Weekly Photo Challenge has come, and the Daily Post staff-contributors share their favorite photos and invite the community to do the same.
Yes, you read it right – the “final edition.” Are you surprised? Well, me too. In fact I am, still, shook!!!
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Tagline.”
I would still choose the same tagline I’ve been using on my blog,
make it happen.
If I were that tagline, I would be happy to be a day-to-day check note to everyone whatever they want to achieve. It is a note for everyone to realize that dreams can’t just be a dream forever.
Go travel to spectacular places. Go eat fancy foods. Go lead your team. Go build your business. Go live it up. Go, make it happen.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Show Must Go On.”
If I won’t be a writer for today’s prompt (which is a little bit late to respond, lol), I would definitely take the lead performer spot to act my thoughts. HAHA. Sounds evil. lol Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I Walk the Line.”
I’m truly trying to make this happen especially when I do encounter an unpleasant customer service.
Have a good day!
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ha Ha Ha.”
I still can’t get over it, I still laugh when I see this in my news feed nor timeline. LOL
Today’s daily prompt:
A misused word, a misremembered song lyric, a cream pie that just happened to be there: tell us about a time you (or someone else) said or did something unintentionally funny.
Carry my, carry my you my know my poker face, she’s got a lovely body! P-p-p-poker face!
I remember it singing during my freshman year in college! LOL
Today’s daily prompt:
You wake up one day and realize you’re ten years older than you were the previous night. Beyond the initial shock, how does this development change your life plans?
This prompt sounds like 13 Going on 30 of Jennifer Garner. Well if that would happen, I am certainly not ready. I am 22 now and if I wake up tomorrow at 32 I would be a loving wife and a cheerful mother. And if that would really happen then I must face the dream so called unreality fact that I am married. HAHA
Naaah! I should travelling and invading foods in my 20’s so please, new wrinkles DON’T you dare be happen tomorrow.
It’s been a long time, I guess. And instead of me should start working, here I am writing this post.
I stumble upon on The Daily Post‘s blog and saw their latest post for daily prompt‘s asking which emotion(s) do you find to be the hardest to contain?.
I saw the word envy and so, for me, it is the hardest emotion to contain more than hatred. Why I say so? According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, envy means
the feeling of wanting to have what someone else has. It’s okay to feel envy but each emotion can have its utmost level and everything that is too much is bad. If you envy someone because her/his personal looks, there’s possibility that you are loving yourself less. Insecurity and hate to yourself why you are like that and this could emerge without you knowing that it is already consuming you.
We should love ourselves before we could love someone else, for acceptance of who we truly are is the way of finding our wandering self.
I won the best selfie of all time and the last but not the least person(s) I want to thank in my award acceptance speech is of course my precious family who makes me happy inside and out. Who doesn’t love to take selfie when you are most happy, right?