Chapter 216: Friends Make Everything Better

Happy Tuesday!

Do you ever have days where you feel like bursting out into tears? Like nothing you say or do is right, that you’re a failure and you’ll never be successful? Earlier today, I was having one of those days, and I didn’t think it’d get better. But then I went to dinner with a group of my friends, and I found myself smiling and laughing with them, my bad mood immediately disappearing. It was so amazing, because minutes before I was in tears, and then I was joking and chatting away like nothing had happened. 

And then I realized, while everyone has bad days, sometimes they get better when you’re around people you care about. Even if it’s a simple “hello”, or a long talk, friends make a lot of the bad things go away. Friends keep you from sinking, they make all of your fears and sorrows go away with a few words, a joke, or a hug. And friends can come in all shapes and sizes, from places far away, or close by. It doesn’t matter how many friends you have, one is enough. If you have one person you can go and talk to, or share a smile with, it’s enough to make any bad mood disappear.

So, what do you like to do with your friends? Personally, I enjoy going on walks, playing games, watching movies, or just hanging out! Also, if you ever feel like you need a friend to talk to, I’m always here with a smile and an open ear. Just message me, and I’ll be there, I pinky promise 🙂

I hope you all have a great week! 

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Chapter 93: Kindness

Happy Thursday!

Today, I learned that a little bit of kindness can make someone else’s day. I’ve been trying to smile more, especially to strangers or people who look like they need one, and today, I feel like I’ve done that. 

I’m still planning to continue my plan, in hopes that one day, someone will return the kindness, or pass it on too.

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Chapter 22: Chatterbox

Today, I experienced one of the most nerve-wracking things I’ve ever had to do…I had a job interview. For a lot of people, it really isn’t that big of a deal, but when you’re pretty shy? It’s a lot harder to even work up the courage to say “hello”.

As I walked into the room, I was sweating bullets and nerves hijacked my speech. But once I met the person who was to interview me, it was like everything fell into place. I didn’t have anything to be worried about, and as it turned out, I was almost overqualified for the position! I was accepted on the spot, and I doubt anything could’ve wiped my massive smile off my face as I walked out the door.

How do you handle job interviews? Is it easy, or if you’re shier, what do you do to calm your nerves beforehand?

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