Just Plain Messy

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Just Plain Messy

What’s messier right now — your bedroom or you computer’s desktop (or your favorite device’s home screen)? Tell us how and why it got to that state.

I think that is a tough question. All I know that my bedroom and computer’s desktop at work are both messy right now.

Why they got to that state?

For my bedroom, maybe I don’t have enough time on weekends to fix everything. But a “general cleaning” is one of my plans before the year 2014 ends. But even though my bedroom is messy, I still know where to find my things there.

And for my computer’s desktop (in the office – please see screenshot above), I think it has been my practice to save important and temporary files in my desktop for easier access, and I just forgot to delete them (though most of the files are not actually mine).

Source: Sweeping Motions

25 Hours A Day

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Good news — another hour has just been added to every 24-hour day (don’t ask us how. We have powers). How do you use those extra sixty minutes?

I actually envy those people who post in Facebook or Twitter that they feel bored. There are really a lot of things that I want to do and sometimes I wish that there would be more hours in a day. If there will be an extra hour for the day, I would spend it doing the things that I’ve wanted to do like blogging, reading, and most probably sleeping. An extra hour a day would really mean a lot.

Source: Twenty-Five Seven

Counting Voices

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A lively group discussion, an intimate tête-à-tête, an inner monologue — in your view, when it comes to a good conversation, what’s the ideal number of people?

I think an intimate good conversation happens between two people because the focus and attention is only between that two people. But sometimes, it doesn’t really depend on the number of people also. Sometimes 3 to 5 people can still make a good conversation, especially if you give each other time to speak out his/her views or opinions, and if everybody is listening attentively to each other.

Source: Counting Voices