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#187: Are as comfortable in front of a camera as behind one? Being written about, as well as writing?

Interesting prompt, since I believe everyone’s answer would be the same as mine…

One would only feel comfortable if the portrayal of said individual was of a positive nature.

In other words, people only feel comfortable in front of the camera, if they are confident that it will look good or that it could be approved and/or amended before being shared. Likewise with being written about – no one would want to read something horrible about themselves! On the flip side, when something nice is written about you, it fills you with happiness and who doesn’t love feeling good about themselves?! 

Four stars

#157: Write a review of your life — or the life of someone close to you — as if it were a movie or a book.

With her strong desire to progress further in the journalism industry, it is evident throughout the story that Chloe always gives 110%, regardless of the task at hand. Her highly organised nature pays dividends on multiple occasions, especially when faced with juggling three incredibly varied job titles in the one role, with exciting freelance work thrown on top! Her energy and enthusiasm shines brightest when managing events and networking, which inevitably boils down to her raw passion for sharing fascinating stories. Who would have known that this quiet, country girl would evolve into such a strong, independent, knows-what-she-wants kinda girl within the short space of two years?! Who knows where she’ll end up…

FYI: this was quite a challenge, as us Brits are never able to give ourselves compliments, but I really enjoyed writing it. Hopefully people would be interested in investing their time in my story…