Best- paying bills
Worst- toss up between housework or hygiene
Best- paying bills
Best- academic performance
worst- addictions (there are lots of things my body and mind are dependent on to feel good/just feel normal, aside from my meds)
Best : staying employed. Even though I’ve lost jobs before. I am also pretty good in school too. But I’ve failed classes before.
Worst at: getting angry. I mean I don’t I don’t stick up for myself often.
Best: daydreaming or work
Worst: going out on dates with guys who ask me out on Ok Cupid (one didn’t work out, so I’m avoiding others)
Best: Pointing out my personal flaws
Worst; Accepting positive complements.
Best: Probably school…I currently have a 3.97 GPA.
Worst: Anything that requires motivation, especially housework.
best…i make a fantastic double shot capuccinno.
worst…hygiene, i look like a mountain man or a pirate who has been at sea a long time.
that’s got me thinking , i might anchor the black pearl in one of those lochs that are open to the sea…
"ahoy me hearties ! ".
You will be meeting Nessie in a year. You HAVE to comb your hair.
that would be one cool photo…beautiful nessie and the wee wild beastie from the scottish highlands ( me ).
it’s the cold wind up the kilt i’m most worried about…!?!.
idk what my best is but my worst is probably hygiene or diet
Best: being myself and a sense of unshakable conviction/morality
Worst: being cynical and then being outspoken with my beliefs. It took time for me learn to how to fit in and that I didn’t deserve anything, that nothing was ever really free. That’s what America is all about. I need to have a co-signer for a discover card because I closed my account after I paid it off, and now I can’t redeem my reward points.
worst: driving my husband around
without the context this sounds funny
Best: thinking and thinking and thinking
Worst: not thinking
Best; painting, or sculpting clay, also accepting uncertainty.
Worst; lost insight, not seeing the basic needs of the house or people around me.
Better at: I’m better at self- care and house work
Not good at: finances and budgeting
In my head-
Best at: helping others
Worst at: helping myself
Best at: my desire to help others
Worst at: taking my own advice when it comes to helping myself
Great thread, @firemonkey!
Maybe you should listen to yourself more often.
It’s true, I don’t often take my own advice either.
Wow - one thing didn’t work out and you stop trying it. If I did that I’d never do anything. I usually have to try something a dozen times before I am successful at it - but I learn a lot from the things that don’t work out.