I would do what is right instead of easy a) No matter the

I would do what is right instead of easy a) No matter the

11/3/2021, 5:19:31 PM
I would do what is right instead of easy a) No matter the cost b) Only if no one got hurt but me c) Only if it didn’t hurt me. . I would make a deal with the devil in return for: . I will never give up my habit of: . I would make an unbreakable vow for this person: . I have spent the last several weeks working in “The Legend of Me: An Epic Do-It-Yourself Autobiography” journal by our own Alexis Lampley of @dropandgivemenerdy @nerdy .post. This fill-in journal is filled not only with Alexis’ beautiful hand lettering and illustrations, but has been a really fun way for me to look back on my life and write my history down with prompts I’d never considered. . Alexis found a great way to balance writing down important, interesting, and telling moments from your life or about yourself into prompts that make you feel like a character out of a fantasy novel “with prompts and questions that allow you to farm your everyday life as a valiant quest full of adventure, mystery, romance, and suspense.” Big promotion? More like treasure won in glorious battle! . There is a character profile, back story, origin story, the quest, the legend, and moral of the story sections, and when all is said and done, this journal could be something that you could hand over to someone and have them get a very good look at your preferences, your personality/character, and your life. . Journals are important to me and keeping records have always been important to me too. I admit that if someone wanted to get to know me via journals, my long hand written “novels” could be tedious to slog through if you weren’t 100% fully invested in me. haha. But something like “The Legend of Me” is full of thoughtful prompts disguised in geek culture and “casts your story as a legend of epic proportions.” . Thank you to Alexis for sending me this journal to try. I have honestly been writing in it regularly and filling in the pages. It truly is a fun piece of self-history to fill out yourself and pass on later.

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