Sleep Don’t Stop
Sleep Don’t Stop
Can’t stop, Won’t stop
If you don’t sleep you will drop, and forget the clock
Sleep is detrimental
If not utilized, you will lose your mental
Don’t forget it
Time to learn how to:
Step 1: Work hard until you cant no more
Until your about to hit the floor.
Step 2: Land on that bed harder than you hit anything before
Step 3 : Enjoy the experience of what comes
Aint nothing better under the sun
Step 4: Wake up feeling ready for some new fun
Step 5: Be ready to do it again
It’s the only thing keeping you sane
How to be a good friend
- Good energy
Step 1: If your meeting someone for the first time you will have to find some way start a conversation. It cam be about anything. Likes dislikes whatever.
2: listen to what they say and piggy back off of it to keep the conversation going, to learn more about each other and their beliefs and opinions.
3: exchange name and info in order to continue the conversation after both parties have left.
4: if either person has something that their emotional about, listen, understand then send encouragement, and give them positive advice.
5: Communicate often to create a bond and a sense of trust, and try your best to sustain it daily.
6: Stay loyal by never changing who you are for them or to go against them. (Be yourself).
7: Be honesty no matter what comes up, fake nothing. A relationship built on fake wont last.
8: Enjoy the memories you will share along your journey of becoming closer and closer friends.
time to eat
- Pick a time of day that you are going to eat and for how long
- Find any type of food that you want to eat, along with a good portion so that you don’t end up hungry too early after you eat.
- Have something to eat your food with, hands, utensils, whatever.
- Take a small portion with whatever you’re using to eat (bite-size/chewable size)
- Take a few bites of your food until it is small enough to swallow. (You should know how to swallow. If you don’t that’s too bad because you will die of hunger 🙂 )
- Continue at your own risk and pace until all the food is done.
- Now enjoy being full for like 2 more hour unless you’re a “fatass” like me.
How I feel writing on Facebook; I write on it every day. Mainly because it became a platform that is very easy to talk on. You can post absolutely anything on there, and you wont have to worry that there will be something wrong with the post. It wouldn’t be the case if it was my grandmother. Not even as old as my grandmother, maybe someone just a little younger like a couple of my professors, they don’t even know anything about Facebook let alone to use it. So Facebook definently has a age group it targets.“‘I Am Under 18’ Button Clicked For First Time In History
Of Internet” was the most interesting topic mainly because no one expected this to ever be a thing. Someone hit the button…whether or not you are 18 you can always you are and the website has to believe you. There is no way the internet would know how old you are. So for someone to click the button to say no is really surprising. One rule that I always had was to never use a I in a sentence, mainly because that rule has been ingrained in me from I was young. And with this rule I have struggled the most with essays as my genre. They are just so long and energy-draining. I would rather do a poem, because it is hard but concise.
In this excerpt it talks about writers always having a shitty first draft except one person. So she started talking about how this one person is the exception to having a terrible first draft and I dont know who that is. I don’t normally pass the first draft because of how much time it takes, but it does turn out quite crappy so I would just edit it and call it a day. But what she said made a lot of sense the first time is rarely ever good, and that it takes about three tries which is a good number. But three drafts. That’s alot and whats the crazy part is that you can write a lot and none of it would be good until the last part. That I would not be able to do, but I certainly respect the effort you have to put in. I also didn’t know that writers could have such chaotic minds. So much so they have to go so far and have to mentally visualize themselves shutting it all off in order to get good work done. That part of the writer life I rather not have to deal with.
The Odyssey by Gareth Hinds
Diary of A Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever by Jeff Kinney
Diary of A Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel by Jeff Kinney
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch
Friendship with God by Neale Donald Walsch
The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama
Bone #1: Out from Boneville by Jeff Smith
Dragon Ball Super Broly: Tatsuya Nagamine
Black Panther: Ryan Coogler
Avengers: Infinity War: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Jumanji: Jake Kasdan
Deadpool, 2: Tim Miller, David Leitch
Jungle Book: Jon Favreau
Batman Vs. Superman: Zack Snyder
Creed 2: Steven Caple Jr.
Mission impossible: Christopher McQuarrie and Alix Bénézech
12 Years A Slave: Bradd Pitt
Lord of the Rings: Peter Jackson
I picked a lot of books because even though I don’t think I read often I spread out different genres, from spiritual, to business, to entertainment form s because I am ver y curious person and I want to learn something new about everything. Like different life experiences like the diary of a wimpy kid. Then questions about life and how to get the most out of life. Then financial/business to figure out numerous ways to thrive in this world with money, Especially because there is a lot that people don’t know that I want to. Then with movies, I pick movies that are broad that had a different back story. Like dragon ball as an anime film that is unfamiliar. Then black acting films like creed, black panther and, 12 years a slave to show different angles of how black people have prospered. Then I have an old side like Lord of the rings and jungle book. But I just love a good story no matter how old the film.