Judgement Day

If you were to judge your favorite book by its cover, would you still read it?

My favourite book (well, trilogy) is probably my teenage Continue reading



What brings out your competitive side? A game? Sport? Or is it just an activity…?

I think my downfall is the amount of things/activities/games which can make my competitive side come out. It can be almost anything that involves Continue reading

Do You Crave the Energy in Crowds? Or Exclude Yourself?

Two days ago, the Daily Prompt from WordPress.com was this: Do parties and crowds fill you with energy, or send you scurrying for peace and quiet?

In terms of parties, it really does depend on the mood I am in for me to really enjoy it. If the crowd of people there are full of those I know, or have met once or twice before, I think it would be great. Parties are always fun when you have had a bit of alcohol, you can’t lie. So long as the company is good, fun and interesting then there is never very much of a problem for me going to a party.

So in terms of an answer, yes; parties do fill me with energy, but that is dependent on the company I’m in. I think I would enjoy the crowds at a music festival – at the end of the day, everyone is there for mainly one reason, the music.

However, if I were to go somewhere filled will people I don’t know particularly well, I am not sure how I would fair. It would be exciting to meet new people and find out more about each person, but I would feel a little intimidated and shy to start with. There needs to be someone with common ground. It would be wrong to exclude yourself from making new contacts – that is more important than knowing at least something about everything. Be open to discussions and leaning from other people.

I think everyone likes to have a Friday and Saturday night off from socialising every once in a while – it gives you the chance to relax and take some time out for yourself.