The past few days have been crazy for me.
Being in isolation from the outside world during this quarantine period gave me the opportunity to realize a lot of things that I’ve been through in my life. It gave me the chance to recognize things I’ve achieved and also challenged my mental self. Oh, and it boosted me to start writing again!
Out of boredom, I used my hobby in journal writing and got together random life question templates in Pinterest.
So, without further ado, here are some of the questions that I answered to help me keep a healthy mind.
1. If you had an opportunity to teach, what would it be?
Two things that I know I’d be most devoted to:
i. Behavioral Psychology
I find comfort in giving social and legal advice to people who need help especially with mental health, and I’d like to do it professionally. Being someone in the same position as a patient, I’m eager to get insight by learning from other life experiences and stories as well.
ii. Corporate Social Responsibility in Company Management
I used to work as an assistant researcher at a Master school, Corporate Social Responsibility made me learn about giving back through the circulation of company investment to ‘give back’.
2. When do you feel most in tune with yourself?
Times where I begin to write and express what I’ve been through my most vulnerable state. The feeling makes me realize my self-worth.
Another is when I take my camera and shoot photos of moments, times and events that I’ve witnessed.
3. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
Iceland! It’s always been a dream of mine to visit and see the Northern lights, not to mention take awesome pictures. Still on the bucket list of places to go.
4. Where do you feel the safest?
In the comfort of my own home surrounded by my family and loved ones (not to mention my pooches around). I feel the safest because I am aware that I am physically and mentally grounded.
5. What do you regret the most?
Letting myself loose give into my fierceness. Inflicting pain on myself and others both physically and mentally. I regret letting my evil sub-conscious mind take over my life.
6. What have you been most proud of learning lately?
That money doesn’t grow from trees, and all decisions you make will have consequences, good or bad. It’s all about taking the time to balance the things you own and for the things you don’t own or can’t have? To count your blessings.
That lead me to work harder and finally make my own investment on Airbnb, check out my listing here!
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7. The stupidest thing you have done on your own free will?
My drunk stories are all stupid things I’ve done, all concluded with clean act of fun.
8. Why are you worth knowing?
I’m not perfect but I can be a generous person and I always look to care for people that mean a lot to me.
You would find me to be that kind to stick with you through whatever you’re dealing with. I can share my life knowledge through travel and life lessons.
Also, fun with or without alcohol.
9. What are you grateful for?
I’m eternally grateful for having friends, family and my love to stick by me even when I’m tough. Those people who remind me of my place in life.
10. Is there anything special about your family?
Definitely, we are a crazy – normal family and we take our values and life, living it religiously. The list could go on, but I learned more important life lessons and values from them.
1. What area of your life do you feel the best and worst and why?
I feel that I am best when it comes to travel and going for daring chances, like I would be that kind of person that would point to any destination and just follow through with my plans. Making impulsive decisions that I will not regret about.
The worst is when I don’t follow myself through with my true self, and I demand and push myself to a limit when I don’t get what I want. Making irrational decisions, that I know I’m aware of grave consequences.
2. List three words that describe your character in your memoir.
Fearless. Bold. Sympathetic.
3. What do you know to be true today that you didn’t know a year ago?
Taking responsibilities when you embark on something that will excite you at first is something that you have to consider. I’ve always been jumping into things that I think will make a progress in my life. Carrying heavy weight came into be heavier than expected, but lighter as soon as you face it and get the job done.
4. What does happiness mean to you?
When I see myself free. Free from all problems that I resolved on my own matters. That I was able to benefit from it and others as well.
5. What is your dream job?
Before becoming a flight attendant, I had ambitions of becoming an ambassador/diplomat or working at the United Nations.
6. Which element best represents you?
W A T E R , not just because Cancer is my zodiac sign, but also the fact that I can always reconnect myself whenever I’m in touch with water. ( beach, river, shower etc.)
7. How will your ideal life be like?
Looking for a job that will make me closer to my future family. I see myself owning my own house, and looking for a job that I know I can learn more and impart my knowledge to. Also, to develop and hone my skills and talents in little ways matter. To live life free from the past.
8. Has your personality changed since childhood?
As a child I’ve always been the aggressive-passionate kind of child. I’d be obedient when rules are given to me, but I tend to fight for a right that I know would benefit my matter. So, its a yes.
9. Do you have any phobias?
I have the fear of losing someone that I really love and mattered to me. It’s real, and I’m still trying to manage that.
10. What is your weirdest habit?
Talking to myself when no one is around.
1. If money was no object what would you do all day?
Surf- Eat- Drink- Sleep-Repeat.
2. How do you feel about abortion?
I am anti-abortion. I am very pro-life and I believe that life deserves to live, regardless of the situation. It’s a matter of facing challenging consequences.
3. Where do you not mind waiting?
A plane flight back home or to my next travel destination.
4. How do you treat people who did something to you?
Treat them with kindness. Never level with stupidity. Re-evaluate the situation and think of consequences. Preach & Pray.
5. Is there anything to feel sorry about?
On personal matters, I feel sorry for my demand and drive to get things what I want.
On life, for global and national matters that are addressed by corrupted officials.
All answered questions are subject to my views, opinions. If you want to get to know more about me check out my Instagram page!
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