Sunday, 19 October 2014

Q & A with Saloca #5

We all love to get to know our bloggers a little better, so with that in mind, I've decided to sit down and do a little Q & A session on a Sunday. From now until either I, or you lovely lot, get bored of this, I will be answering questions from this list, as well as any you feel like asking! Go on, it's an excuse to exercise your right to be nosy!

Got a question? Comment down below or tweet me @saloca, or even drop me a line at salocainwonderland[@] ((remove the [ ] ))

Do you celebrate the things you do have?

Who doesn't love to celebrate? Birthdays, Christmas etc, if you can buy a greetings card for it then it's a celebration in my book - but I'm starting to realize that celebrating should not be confined to these set occasions. We should celebrate any chance we get, any milestone we reach or goal we accomplish. And we should do it with gusto and flourish. Hire a plane and write it from the sky, share with and involve your loved ones in your celebrations. Celebrate everything, but never forget to be thankful too.

What is the difference between living and existing?

To me, existing is just that, you simple exist, you wake up, you wash, you go to work, you hide behind your desk, you walk out the door at 5pm and take the same route home, you have the same simple fare for tea, you wash, you go to bed, you wake up the next day and so it continues. Living on the other hand just sounds like a roller-coaster ride, with twists and turns, alarms that don't go off, colleagues you share your lunch with, getting lost on the way home, experimenting in the kitchen, taking holidays, racing towards the thrill rides. Living sounds like it is filled with ups and downs, it sounds so much more intense than just simply existing. I know which I'd opt for in a heartbeat, how about you?

If not now, then when?

Tomorrow? Then again, isn't it always tomorrow. But if you really really can't move heaven and earth to get that thing done right now, then make it a priority. As soon as you have the chance, get it done, it sounds pretty important. 

Have you done anything lately worth remembering?

I've moved into my own home, I'd say that's something worth remembering. The early days out on your own are so exciting and I'm loving every minute of it, and every minute is worth remembering! 

How would you answer the above questions? Let me know in the comments below!

Until next time,

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