Tag: different

Do Things Differently…

I would not mind living a life that many people could not understand. If you are happy, and no one gets hurt, the details of your choices shouldn’t matter. But not everyone thinks that way. Many people have strict ideas in their head about how the world is supposed to be. Personally, I would simply

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30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (ORANGE) day 10: your strangest quirks

A quirk is a little thing that makes you different from everyone else, or stand out from the crowd. They can be seen as adorable or repulsive, depending on your perception. Either way they always come with some awkwardness. Just because it’s not average. It’s unique. I would say that my strangest quirks include… picky

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30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (ORANGE) day 9: what makes you uncomfortable?

What makes me most uncomfortable is being in a situation or environment that is completely new to me, and feeling like I need to please someone or multiple people, but I have no idea exactly what they want from me or how to be that. Really any place where there is pressure and expectations mixed

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30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (ORANGE) day 6: what makes you different / unique?

What makes me different / unique is my intensity. I feel things very strongly. This is both good and bad. If I’m upset then it literally feels like the world is ending and I can’t think about anything else except for sadness. But if I’m happy, then I’m unstoppable and I can do anything. I’m

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21 SIMPLE and NON-CONFORMING ways to celebrate Halloween

You don’t have to be a child going trick-or-treating in order to celebrate Halloween. You don’t have to dress up and you don’t even have to go out. It’s annoying to feel the pressure of participating in these modern rituals such as getting a costume, decorating, trick-or-treating, going out to a party or bar hopping,

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Thin Line

There’s a thin line between love and hate between purpose and mistake between randomness and fate. There’s a thin line between fear and desire between lower and higher between water and fire. Like a balance beam, I walk the line seeing the similarity of both sides. Blurred it becomes and I must admit that this

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