We used to do this Check-Up at the beginning of every class session for one of my classes in my senior year of high school.
The rules are: 1) Describe with one word how you feel right now. 2) You cannot repeat a word that someone else has said today.
By having to find one word that as perfectly as possible describes how you truly feel you are forced to look within yourself and really get in touch with your inner self. If you do this with people in your physical vicinity, you will gain an understanding of the general mood of them and better be able to tailor your behavior and words to their current status. Also, it is a good way to move beyond the generic, non-descriptive, uninteresting "good" that so many people respond.
People have different senses of humor, but you may want to look for Nick Thume or Hamish and Andy on Andy on YouTube or else on Jay Leno's show's site. You can also find Jay Leno's trick photo booth on YouTube.
I have just published a Hub called 'Successfully Right a Hub Nobody Wants to Reed'.This is a record attempt to get the lowest ever hits on hub ever. Please don't click on it. It's currently on '0' and I want to try keep it that way until the 1st April. Seriously, this is the most...
Today I started editing an article and discovered that YouTube has blocked ALL of my videos. I have sent the team an email about this, but want to know if anybody else is having this problem or if you have any idea about what is causing this problem. This is very concerning.
During my time at Hub Pages, I have encountered plenty of wonderful, ingenious writers who create original, unique content which is fun and interesting to read. However, I have also encountered plenty of users who create boring, uninteresting Hubs simply with the purpose of MAKING MONEY. Everything...
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