Day 15: Your Zodiac Sign

My zodiac sign is Cancer, since my birthday is at the end of June. I’d say I match the stereotypical descriptions and traits of my zodiac sign very closely.

Cancers are usually said to be very home and family oriented, which is accurate for me. I care deeply about my family and friends, and I’m always looking out for their wellbeing. I tend to be a very maternal person as well, and I’m definitely looking forward to the day when I own my own house and have a family.

Another stereotypical Cancer trait is that they’re emotional and very sensitive. I definitely am both, and I’m very empathetic as well. That being said, often this trait is presented as a negative thing. While I believe that it can hinder progress sometimes, being able to understand and express emotions can give you a richer understanding of the world.

Career wise, Cancers are said to be strong-willed and good with money. I’m definitely rather stubborn on some issues, but I don’t think I’m the best with money that I could be. However, I do have a lot of the intuition and creativity that Cancers typically have, which has definitely helped me to a degree with work.

When it comes to love, the main things Cancers worry about are trust and loyalty. Both do matter a lot to me, since I will only consider dating someone if I know their intentions are good and that they’re trustworthy. I’m also a stereotypical Cancer romance wise due to the fact that I’m very traditional in what I expect from a partner or a date.

So, if you ever need an example of a stereotypical Cancer woman, look no further than this blog. However, while I enjoy horoscopes and zodiac signs, I don’t let them dictate my life choices, which I encourage you guys to do as well.

What are your zodiac signs, and are you anything like them? Let me know down below!

-Mel.

 

Day 10-3 Things About Your Personality

I’m proud of the following three things about my personality:

  1. I am open to everything, and everyone. I think this has come with time, but I’m open to being friends with pretty much anyone; no matter their background, sexual orientation, etc. I am always open to new people and their experiences and lessons they can share with me. I think this is one of the coolest things about life, the knowledge that I’ve gained by being open to others.
  2. I’m perseverant, possibly a bit to the extreme. Whatever I’m faced with, I will usually stick it out until a task is completed, no matter what the hardships. This can come off as stubborn, but I think it’s a good thing at work and school. Not to mention, if you can persevere through a really difficult thing in life, I believe it makes you a better person. It doesn’t matter whether you succeed or fail, it matters that you learn lessons by continuing on.
  3. I’m organized, in my own way. While I don’t quite have ALL of my life organized to the tiniest detail, I usually have my shit together. I can tell you my work schedule, what I need to do this week and when, and other things like that off the top of my head. However, my schedule is always flexible enough to fit in friends, family, and whatever may come up, with everything important still getting done.

What are you proud of about your personality? Leave it in the comments!

-Mel.

Day 25

Today’s question is: would you rather date someone plain with an amazing personality or someone beautiful with a plain personality?

For me, it’s always been the first choice, someone plain with an amazing personality. I believe that what makes someone good to date at the end of the day is their thoughts, their beliefs, their personality. Not to mention, it’ll help keep a relationship going if you can talk to one another, and appreciate their personality. As well, you don’t necessarily have to have the same personality, it’s fine if they clash!

As for looks, they are a bonus. If you catch my eye while I’m out and about doing my thing, there’s a higher probability I will talk to you.But if that really cute guy has a personality of a potato, it’s kind of a deal breaker for dating, at least for me.

I think that both definitely matter in who I choose to date, I am pretty vain and shallow sometimes too. However, hopefully, everyone can find someone who looks cute to them, and that complements them with their personality. Or that’s what I wish for all of you reading this.

So, what would you rather have? Leave it in the comments!

-Mel.