Hi, I'm Krystyna. 19, Canadian.
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Who are you? In comparison to who you used to be. What made you change?
This is a hard question. I am Krystyna. Literally speaking, I am currently a 19 year old university student entering her third year of studies in the fall. I am a daughter to my parents, oldest sister to two siblings, a friend, a stranger, etc. In comparison to who I used to be, only some of these change in accordance with time and what I’m doing and who I socialize with. And these will most likely continuously change for the rest of my life.
More figuratively speaking, I identify myself as a thinker. I think a lot, but don’t say anything about it. I’m secretive. I can’t quite say that I’m a quiet person because I would be half lying. Sometimes I can be mean, but I try not to say any of that stuff out loud, though sometimes I do. Sometimes I think I can be contradictory. In comparison to who I used to be, a lot of this still applies. I’m still very cautious about my feelings and don’t feel comfortable sharing them most of the time. But reflecting back to who I was and how I behaved in high school just two years ago, I’d say that I feel more confident now, I’m a little bit more talkative, and I feel that my outlook on life is a lot more open minded and carefree. Not to say that I don’t take certain situations lightly, but I do feel that I have a lot more say and control over my life than I ever did before. I think these little changes in confidence and behaviour came with experiences over time and realizing that no one really cares what you do except for you, and it’s up to you to do what you really want. I realize this answer is a little bit all over the place, and I don’t think I even answered the question correctly, but I feel like this question is almost an impossible one to answer so I’m just gonna end it here before I write more nonsense.
What happened today? If it was the last day of your life, how satisfied would you be with your final hours?
So, today was Sunday. On Sundays my family usually goes out for church in the evening, then we go to our usual restaurant and have pho for dinner, then sometimes (usually) we go to Walmart and just walk around for about an hour. Then we come home and sleep or whatever. During the day, everyone just sort of does their own thing. Today started off like any regular Sunday at my place. Then we went to church. And then, instead of going for pho, we decided to drive to Hamilton and have dinner there instead. So we had a little bit of a spontaneous trip and drove through Hamilton, explored the place, and found a little asian restaurant for dinner. I’d have to say I had a pretty good time. Spending time with my family is always fun, but today felt more special since ended the day with something a little less ordinary than usual. I also tried the best dumplings I’ve ever had so that was pretty cool. I’m not that big a fan of dumplings but the ones I had tonight were pretty amazeballs.
If today were the last day of my life, I think I’d be pretty satisfied with how I spent my final hours. I spent it having a good time with my family, I really couldn’t ask for anything else I’d have rather done.
Day 1: What happened today? If it was the last day of your life, how satisfied would you be with your final hours?
Day 2: Who are you? In comparison to who you used to be. What made you change?
Day 3: Where have you been spending your time lately? Three/Five/Ten years ago would you have expected to be there?
Day 4: What do you think it means to be in love?
Day 5: Pick a song that projects the same mood as your day or week and explain.
Day 6: Talk about a recent experience that has effected you greatly and how.
Day 7: Think of the last person you hugged. What would you do if they vanished completely?
Day 8: Write about the first moment that comes to your head when you read the words “childhood memory”
Day 9: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Day 10: Did you have a good day or a bad day? Where do you think that defining line was?
Day 11: Do you feel protective over someone?
Day 12: If you could trade places with anyone for one week, who would it be and why?
Day 13: Where do you see your best friend in 10 years?
Day 14: When you are stressed, what can you use as an outlet? Why do you think it helps you?
Day 15: What do you believe in? And not just God or atheism.
Day 16: What are you passionate about?
Day 17: Who was the last person you kissed? (If you are still with them now, pick the person before them.) What would they say if they saw you now?
Day 18: Talk about your extended family. Why do you think they are the way they are?
Day 19: If you could be anywhere in the world, but you had to be there for a certain cause, where would you be and why?
Day 20: Again, pick a song that projects the mood of your week or day.
Day 21: Look back. Why did you choose this challenge? Do you think it says anything about you?
Day 22: How do you think people see you? Be a little negative and a little positive.
Day 23: Explain your life plan for the next month, then the next year, then three years, then five years.
Day 24: Are you more social or independent? Why do you think that is?
Day 25: What do you think it means to be a good parent?
Day 26: Talk about a moment where you were truly happy. What was happening? Who were you with?
Day 27: Is there a friend you are worried about? Why do they have you concerned? Do you think they’ll be okay?
Day 28: Would you rather someone tell you the truth up front but gently, or be lied to to spare your feelings?
Day 29: If you could be doing the same things you do now, only in your own way, how would a normal day in your life go?
Day 30: Look back on this last month and talk about it
Decided I’m gonna start this tonight because lately all I wanna do is write about my thoughts and feelings. It will also be a nice little goal to complete by the end of summer. (July 20, 2014)