Monthly Archives: December 2007

Ok… Need motivation

Right

Some early new year’s resolutions now – it’s nearly new year’s eve after all.

I will blog more often – even if I have nothing to write about – just write some thoughts down. I have not been very consistent with actually writing about events in my life or just thoughts on things – I don’t seem to have much faith in them so I need to do better.
I’m doing a thing called project365 set up by a friend of mine where basically you take one picture everyday of the year. I’ll see how long I can keep it up before I forget. I want to actually get something out of it even if it’s just a bit more inspiration and ideas as I want to be a wildlife photographer when I leave uni. Many photos I take will be put on my photoblog.

I will make a proper effort in uni and try my best to get a 2:1 next summer.

I will keep the peace in my house, and try to be nice to my friends even if they are not being nice to each other.

I will waste less time on facebook and read more real books.

I will make myself cleverer and more knowledgeable.

That should keep me busy for a while.

Q&A

Ok I’m getting rather bad at blogging. I cant seem to be bothered to write stuff about what I’ve been doing all day. It’s not that interesting. It’s the equivalent of people asking you ‘how was your day’ just to make conversation (yes I do it all the time but at the same time I know it’s annoying). Anyway I was reading the Q&A in the Guardian where they ask quick questions to a celebrity of some kind. I was reading thru and putting my own answers in as I went as I’m not that interested in the life or opinions of Sophie Dahl. Here’s my answers.

When were you happiest?

Anytime I was having fun without knowing when it will end.

What is your greatest fear?

Dying prematurely or losing those who are close to me.

What is your earliest memory?

Throwing a toy cat down a slide in the park behind my old house and then sliding down on my tummy after it.

Which living person do you most admire and why?

Stephen Fry – he’s so intelligent and well read on pretty much everything. You can have an intelligent conversation with him and he’s very funny. His lack of self confidence and lack of arrgance is also unbelievably cute.

What trait to you most deplore in yourself?

My big nose. (literally)

What is the trait you most deplore in others?

Unreasonable rudeness and twofacedness.

What was your most embarassing moment?

Most of primary school.

What is your most treasured possession?

My laptop, and my family

Where would you like to live?

Somewhere where I’m happy and settled.

What would your super power be?

To make people orgasm just by touching them. Oh the humility!

What makes you depressed?

People arguing or fighting, shit tv, people who get on my nerves, PMT,

What is your favourite smell?

Nature, and Salcombe bakery at about 7.30 in the morning.

What is your favourite word?

fidget

What do you most dislike about your appearance?

I’m a bit nerdy looking and I have mousy hair.

To whom would you most like to say sorry to and why?

To anyone I’ve offended – I’m sure I didnt mean it.

Which living person do you most despise and why?

Simon Cowell – money grabbing facist.

Who would you invite to your dream dinner party?

Stephen Fry, David Attenborough, John Lennon, Alan Davies, James May, Jessica Hynes, Derren Brown, Oscar Wilde, William Shakespeare.

What’s the worst job you’ve ever done?

Call centre

If you could edit your past, what would you change?

I’m not sure I’d change anything because it made me who I am today but I would like to have been a bit more popular with guys.

How do you relax?

Listening to music, watching comedy shows, QI,

What is the closest you’ve ever come to death?

I’m sure it wasnt actually close to death but after rowing 6 miles very fast along the Thames in freezing weather after lacking in sleep wasnt nice.

What do you consider your greatest achievement?

Getting to university, surviving at university.

What keeps you awake at night?

Worrying about the tiniest things that you’re trying so hard to not think about that you end up thinking about for hours.

What song would you have played at your funeral?

Frank Sinatra – My Way

How would you like to be remembered?

Honestly

What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

Don’t take a too seriously – we’re all in it together.

Where would you most like to be right now?

I quite like where I am.