I was nominated for yet another award by my wonderful blogging friend Lissa of Roots, Wings and Travel Things! Lissa has a wonderful blog that covers everything from family travel to traveling with an illness. She is just awesome, so if you aren’t following their blog yet you should be! Also, give them a follow on Twitter @RootsWingsBlog. Thanks again, Lissa!
The Flawesome Award was created by Sophia Ismaa who created this specifically to celebrate our flaws!
Sophia’s description of the award:
“It’s time to celebrate the flaws that make you awesome. How many times do we see an award that celebrates all things bright and shiny and sunny in a person? How often do we forget that our weaknesses can be a strength? Our flaws make us human, our flaws tell us more about who we are, and in turn, we turn those flaws into awesome strengths. In short, our flaws make us #flawesome”.
Thank the person who nominated you!
-Write about 3 of your flaws or weaknesses and turn them into positives or strengths.
Nominate 10 others for this award!
- I am a very introverted person and have always been very quiet in general. It is not so much shyness on my part as just general awkwardness and not knowing what to say in every situation. That being said, being an introvert has so many advantages. I spend a lot of time by myself contemplating life and my goals. Also, I am a great listener because I don’t have a tendency to lead conversations. Many introverts consider introversion a weakness, but we have to remember that we are not alone and it is completely normal to be quiet and need your alone time!
- I am a major procrastinator. I always have a to-do list a mile long, and I somehow manage to watch TV or read a book instead. It is something that I am always working on, but procrastination has made me quite proficient at getting work done efficiently at the last minute. This has made me excellent at working under pressure, and I think that I can thank my own laziness for that! I am still going to try to do better, tomorrow…
- I love junk food. Mostly, fast food, baked goods, and anything with chocolate really. I am blessed with a tall, slender physique so I tend to not care too much about what I eat. Also, pretty much my entire life, if I say I shouldn’t eat something, I usually hear something like, “you are so skinny, you can eat anything”. Well, maybe not… At 27 I am noticing more digestive issues that I did not have before. My saving grace is that I absolutely love to cook. I can make pretty much anything, and it is much healthier to cook from home than it is to order takeout or eat processed foods. It is also fun!
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