Inspired by Google Images


If you’ve been following up with my blog posts, you’ll know that I have decided to start a 30 day writing challenge (challenge provided at the bottom of this post). This is the twenty-fifth post of the 30 from that challenge, all in hopes to get me back into my writing. Wish me luck!


Day 25: Think of any word. Search it on google images. Write something inspired by the 11th image

Naturally, the first word that I thought of was “food.” The 11th image that I found on Google was of this Italian cuisine below.

I’ve always loved Italian food, at least what we get here in America anyway. Looking at this picture makes me crave Italian, but that shouldn’t be a surprise, knowing me. I’ve always wanted to try authentic Italian because I know it would be so much better than what I’ve already been exposed to. For example, I’ve had authentic Mexican food and trust me, Taco Bell doesn’t cut it. So, I can imagine how much better authentic Italian would be.



As always, thank you so much for reading, as well as showing interest in my blog! It means a lot to me and I greatly appreciate it. Let me know if there is anything you’d like to comment on in the comment box!

Lots of love,

Mel

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A Lesson I’ve Learned the Hard Way


If you’ve been following up with my blog posts, you’ll know that I have decided to start a 30 day writing challenge (challenge provided at the bottom of this post). This is the twenty-fourth post of the 30 from that challenge, all in hopes to get me back into my writing. Wish me luck!


Day 24: Write about a lesson you’ve learned the hard way

I learned that you don’t always know where life will lead you. You never know what or who will come across and change life in ways you could have never imagined. For me, I thought I knew what profession I was going in, but I ended up changing my major at least 3 times before finally getting my AA after only 3 years. I could have gotten it in less time if I better prepared myself or knew what I really wanted to do from the beginning. But, sometimes other things get in the way and make plans harder to achieve and can even alter them entirely. You just have to learn to adapt to any obstacles and never give up.



As always, thank you so much for reading, as well as showing interest in my blog! It means a lot to me and I greatly appreciate it. Let me know if there is anything you’d like to comment on in the comment box!

Lots of love,

Mel

Letter From Me, to …


If you’ve been following up with my blog posts, you’ll know that I have decided to start a 30 day writing challenge (challenge provided at the bottom of this post). This is the twenty-third post of the 30 from that challenge, all in hopes to get me back into my writing. Wish me luck!


Day 23: A letter to someone, anyone

This letter goes out to anyone who is conflicted between following their dreams and unhappy with their life. Life is short. Sometimes, there aren’t that many opportunities to make life the way you want it. But, if there is one, I say take it. I’m not saying drop everything you have to go chase it, but at least start with a plan that will eventually get you there at a reasonable chance. You don’t want to grow up to realize that maybe you could have lived a better, happier life for yourself and your family. So go, take that class, get that degree, make that bank, and go out there in the world. You’re never too young or too old to so something worth while in your life. I’m even saying this to myself.



As always, thank you so much for reading, as well as showing interest in my blog! It means a lot to me and I greatly appreciate it. Let me know if there is anything you’d like to comment on in the comment box!

Lots of love,

Mel

Music Shuffle


If you’ve been following up with my blog posts, you’ll know that I have decided to start a 30 day writing challenge (challenge provided at the bottom of this post). This is the twenty-second post of the 30 from that challenge, all in hopes to get me back into my writing. Wish me luck!


Day 22: Put your music on shuffle and post the first ten songs

This post is pretty straight-forward as far as content goes. I’m just going to be eating lunch while playing some music, which I’ll list below. I’m going to be shuffling music from my Chill Vibes playlist on Spotify, if you’re curious.

  1. Dangerous by Russ
  2. Breathe by Lil Skies
  3. Eyes Closed by Halsey
  4. Mother’s Daughter by Miley Cyrus
  5. i by Lil Skies
  6. All I Got by Oliver Tree
  7. Paranoid by Russ
  8. Falling (blackbear Remix) by Trevor Daniel
  9. Hurt by Oliver Tree
  10. Feel It by PU$$EIDXN


As always, thank you so much for reading, as well as showing interest in my blog! It means a lot to me and I greatly appreciate it. Let me know if there is anything you’d like to comment on in the comment box!

Lots of love,

Mel

Lessons to my Future Kids


If you’ve been following up with my blog posts, you’ll know that I have decided to start a 30 day writing challenge (challenge provided at the bottom of this post). This is the twenty-first post of the 30 from that challenge, all in hopes to get me back into my writing. Wish me luck!


Day 21: What three lessons do you want your children to learn from you?

I don’t plan to have kids for several years from now, but in the future, I would teach them these 3 valuable lessons:

1. Have faith in yourself

I would want them to believe in themselves, even when all odds are against them. When life chooses to take them in unimaginable paths, I would want them to believe that they can make it through.

2. Never lose sight of your goals

This one kind of goes along with the first one in some ways. I want them to do what they want to do, whatever task they set themselves out to, and for them to accomplish what they started. If they want to grow up to be successful, I want them to finish every step of the way until they get there.

3. Family is everything

I want my future children to trust in family for everything and to know that we will always be there for them for whatever they need. I think this is an important value to have because a real family will never leave you, especially when you need them the most.



As always, thank you so much for reading, as well as showing interest in my blog! It means a lot to me and I greatly appreciate it. Let me know if there is anything you’d like to comment on in the comment box!

Lots of love,

Mel