Writing 101 Day #2: Lists

Hello everyone! Today is Day #2 of Writing 101. If you didn’t see my post about Writing 101, I suggest you check out the link here. Today’s objective is to write a list about things I like, things I’ve learned, and things I wish. I’m going to do a List of 10 things I’ve learned from books in no particular order.

10 Things I’ve Learned from Books:

  1. Things are not as they always seem to be.

This means not to “judge a book” by its cover and take time to get to know the person. It can also apply to the context of secrets are hiding everywhere.

2. Loss of a family member can be turned into something good.

I don’t mean anything mean or bad by this. This means to me that when a loved one passes away, you can remember them by looking at old photos and sharing happy memories with others. Then you’ll hopefully feel a bit better.

3. Some people are stronger then they seem.

Dont judge someone by their apperance. Not everyone is strong physically but sometimes the ones that are the quietest and seemingly weakest are the ones that turn out stronger then the rest.

4. Friendship can be everything.

If you stay loyal and true to your friends, you will never be alone and will have someone to lean on through good and bad times. Only if they stay loyal as well. True friends don’t stab you in the back.

5. Even the “smartest” people have a lot more to learn.

Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses. Nobody is perfect no matter how perfect someone may seem.

6.  Friends can be found in the most unlikely places.

The people who seem extremely different can become your best friend. Anything is possible.

7. Not every person is who they seem to be.

Some people hide their true identities because of fear, insecurity, or regret. You might be surprised who someone turns out to be.

8. Perseverance is key.

Without perseverance, even every day life can get tough and complicated.

9. Never give up on your goal.

If you give up, you can miss something that could have changed you and/or your life forever.

10. Watch you back!

Don’t trust just anyone. If you do then it can come back and nip you in the heel later on.

These themes can all be found and applied in real life too.

Thanks for reading and Stay tuned for more!

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀



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