A Melissa Moment

Public Profiles

All of my social media profiles are public. This website is public. If you buy my book, you can get into my private website.

Why people feel the need to creep and troll is beyond me. Will you find something that no one else knows? No. Everything is public. I do not know what the infatuation is. The only thing I am interested in right now is myself.

If I don’t know you, introduce yourself. If I know you, say hello. If I used to know you and no longer speak to you, you know your place. If there is something you are dying to know about, just ask. The only NDA is discussing my Memoirs route, unless you are an agent or publisher.

My life is public now so no need to creep privately. I see it all anyways. If you follow me, you know I was hacked and what happened on that path. In being hacked, I have taught myself things that would make your head spin. Due to the PTSD of the hacking incident, I have no desire to deal with dating anyone. Thank you, but no thank you.

Tomorrow this Turns

The themes of two websites touched upon the personal, professional, and private aspects of my life. I am working on all of the blog posts. They will either be on the other website or I will publish them in a book. Wow, is it possible to write too much? There is so much creativity to channel. I need open outlets and have had to decide who I want in my public and private life. There are a few more hours left then personally, I move to my perfect and private domain 

 

Standardized Sadness

I have a high IQ. I don't know the exact score, but I know I am intelligent. I graduated 12th in my class. A 3.8 GPA was a failure to me. One thing I could never do well with was standardized tests. I don't know why, but I always would score very low on them.

For example, when I had to take the SATs, I got a 920 out of a potential 1600. That was with studying, workshops, and reading books. I would get 4.0's in college though. I just can't do standardized tests. 

I applied for a position many months ago. I heard from them a month ago to fill out the paperwork. Yesterday, I finally had the honor to take the test. Needless to say, I didn't pass. I can't do standardized tests. It is a shame. Just because I don't ace a test does not mean I cannot learn how to do the work at hand. 

I never believed in standardized tests and I never will. I remember with the SATs, this girl as dumb as rocks scored higher than me. I tried so hard on the test yesterday too. It took me 3 hours It was honestly a great opportunity. I am grateful to have been considered and to get to the final step of the process. 

At least I have learned that in the total global population, only 5% can actually write a book. I fall into that 5%. I am going to work on my 5th edit. It's a quick read. Maybe because I read it 50 times. 

Nighttime Nanny

Sometimes things that you do at night, you have to switch to the day time. Some people eat breakfast for dinner. Some may switch their night shift to a day shift. It is all about adaptability and the ability to adjust. 

It is about being innovative and having the capacity to change. It is okay to alter something if you need to. It is also alright to take a break if you need to. 

Personally, I sometimes need to take a break during the day instead of writing endlessly. Sometimes, the break will be at night. 

 

Early Morning Motivation

Why, yes, I woke up at 3:00am today. Why, yes, I do not have to get ready for "work". In 45 minutes, I managed to answer 2 "ask me anythings". It runs for 6 more days! Different time zones, but I was awake and answered immediately to help people. They are asking questions so they want to learn. I want to help. That is the ultimate way to start the morning. Paying it forward!

I figured I would type this up and then I have a list of things I need to do. I usually am awake before 6:00am. Sleeping until 7:00 am is sleeping in for me. I went to bed early last night because I was tired. I wrote my to-do list and focused on resting and now I start my day.

Hopefully, everyone has a great Monday and a great week!