Day 01: Something you’re looking forward to this year.

There’s so many things to look forward to this year.

  1. This year I get my driver’s license, that task has been sort of putt aside a little due to the fact that I don’t own a car; but now I want my license so that I can drive  to Massachusetts where my family lives or even to drive around aimlessly. So that I won’t have to keep going around in NY C’s public transportation.
  2. I’ll finally start my sophomore year in college, – excited about school? YES I like school! I’m so excited about this because I’m taking a ASL class and I love sign language, I learned most of it already on my own from YouTube, like how to finger spell the alphabet and how to sign to some songs, It’s great to use your body as a form of expression and not always depend on your voice.  I’ll also be taking a business101 class which takes me one step closer to achieving my major.
  3. I might get to go to Dominican Republic for the first time and meet my grandmother, which is long past overdue.
  4. And last but not least, on August 3rd there’s two important events I’m looking forward to. My nieces’ birthday party in Dominican Republic (which, unfortunately, I cannot attend) and my sister’s wedding in New York (I get to be a bridesmaid:) ).

x3

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30 Day Writing Challenge

Don’t Think just Jump:

Making and maintaining a blog is not as easy as it might seem. So many ideas but it takes long hours, hard work and learning the ropes to actually post something.  Thousands of drafts saved but not nearly enough published, I start out with one thing and over think it so much  that by the end  it becomes something completely different. I think, ‘this happens to a lot of people, It’ll get easier the more I write, and most of the time it’s just writer’s block‘.

Initially the idea of having my own blog sounded great – now granted I’m not an expert writer but I do have a lot to say, and a lot of knowledge to share. I just need to get my foot in the water and soon enough I’ll be jumping in.

For now it feels like my own private room that’s in some corner of the internet but as I keep adding things I notice this private room is expanding. (Don’t you love that feeling of someone liking a post or commenting, I certainly do).

To get my foot in the water I’m joining a 30 Day writing challenge. It’s free writing with a topic and anyone is welcomed to join in at any point in time. ________________________________________________________________

Day 01: Something you’re looking forward to this year.

Day 02: Something you regret not having done this year.

Day 03: Something with which you struggle.

Day 04: Something that is part of your routine that you enjoy.

Day 05: Something in life that gives you balance.

Day 06: Something that excites you and fills you with joy.

Day 07: Nicknames you have, why you have them.

Day 08: Something recent that you’re proud of.

Day 09: Favorite super hero and why.

Day 10: Something at which you’ve been a champion or the best.

Day 11: Something about which people seem to compliment you.

Day 12: Something you hope to change about yourself and why.

Day 13: Discuss some of the things on your bucket list.

Day 14: Someone who has made your life worth living.

Day 15: A band/musical artist whose music impacted your life.

Day 16: A book you’ve read that changed your views on something.

Day 17: Someone with whom you shared a friendship/relationship that simply drifted out of your life.

Day 18: Someone you met randomly that’s made an impact on your life.

Day 19: Something that shook your belief system to its core (a big disappointment in your life).

Day 20: Discuss your favorite movie and why it’s so special to you.

Day 21: Write about your best friend (not significant other) and what makes them special.

Day 22: Describe a dark/turbulent moment in your life.

Day 23: Describe a truly spiritual moment in your life.

Day 24: Discuss a spontaneous moment in your life that turned out to be fantastic.

Day 25: Discuss something you planned that ended up not being what you expected.

Day 26: How do you handle/deal with both success and failure?

Day 27: What is your vocation (why are you here on earth)?

Day 28: What is your biggest dream in life (what one great thing do you want to accomplish)?

Day 29: What WAS your biggest dream in life (you wanted to do as a kid but no longer can)?

Day 30: Someone in your family that means so much to you.

Day 31: Epilogue: Write a letter to yourself.

30 Day Challenge