Thought Questions

A week’s worth of Thought Questions: #120-#126

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I got these questions from Danielle’s blog Underland to Wonderland, where I came across a post in which she talked about the website Thought Questions and their 365 thought-provoking questions to ask yourself. My friends Katrin, Celeste and Jasmine have also been answering these questions, so be sure to go check out their blogs too!

#120: What can money not buy? Love and real relationships. It can, however, buy cats, books, and tea, which is the closest you may come to buying happiness.

#121: If you left this life tomorrow, how would you be remembered? Probably as a sass-mouth.

#122: Beyond the titles that others have given you, who are you? A daydreamer. I’m constantly thinking of new storylines, new things I’d like to do, new inventions that I’ll DIY at home. I seem quiet a lot but my mind is really going 100 MPH.

#123: If you could live the next 24 hours and then erase it and start over just once, what would you do? Probably tell a few choice people what I really think of them. It would be good to get it off my chest without any repercussions. I know, I know, I’m a terrible person.

#124: Is it possible to know the truth without challenging it first? No. Question everything!

#125: What word best describes the way you’ve spent the last month of your life? Stressing. Stressing about work, stressing about deadlines, stressing about my giant to-do list…I am finally getting to a point where I’m nailing down a lot of loose bits, and I’m so glad. I want to spend the rest of the summer relaxing, not worrying about all the things I have to do!

#126: What makes everyone smile? A smile, and generally, baked goods. I can’t think of anyone I’ve met who doesn’t smile when given a surprise cookie.


  • Yun, The Polish Hideout

    Like you said, money can’t buy love or relationships, which are sooo important. But the one thing money can buy is time. With money, I don’t have to waste my time working at a job solely to make ends meet. That frees up 40 hours a week that I can do whatever I want, pursue my passions, learn something I’m interested, or just relax. For that reason, I wish I had more money lol. ;)

    ~ Yun

  • Katrin

    I love baked goods! I want to try to make a vegan cheesecake the next couple of days.
    I tend to stress out way too much. I can’t help myself. I really need to do something against it.

  • Erin

    Less stress and more smiles please! I don’t think your a sass mouth, you are selling yourself short! I would remember you as a kind, cool vegan who loves books and has great advice on beauty products!

  • Pang

    #120. Agree. Love is a blessing.

    #121. You don’t come across as sassy but perhaps it’s different in real life idk. I rarely get sassy unless someone provokes me with lack of common sense or ignorance.

    #122. A philosopher. I think a lot about morals, principles, dignity, rationality, etc…I try to think outside the box. I’m the kind of friend you can come to for confidential, honest, and sound advice.

    #123. The only days I don’t mind starting again are Saturdays and sundays. Lol. I love my days off.

    #124. The truth comes in different shapes and forms. Some are more obvious than others. The truth is how you translate the reality of your perception.

    #125. Worked my ass off.

    #126. The simple little pleasures and kindness of others.

    • writergirlm

      I think I’m a little more sassy when I’m tired and “firing from the hip” so to speak because I’m provoked by something. Then my mouth gets ahead of my brain, which is rarely a good thing!

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