The Flawsome Award!

Thanks to the extremely adorable Michelle from First Book Love for nominating me for this award!



  1. Link back to the creator – Sophia Ismaa Writes
  2. Display the award
  3. List 3 flaws and turn it into a strength
  4. Tag 10 other people

3 Ways I am Flawesome!

I love the idea of this tag and I had to do a lot of thinking for it. You see, we acknowledge and accept our strengths far easily than our weaknesses. I know I would instantly start hating someone if they point out my flaws, but tbh, in the long run I will be grateful to them. Here are three ways I am flawesome!

I procrastinate a lot, but I am very efficient.

Procrastination is something I excel at! Carpe diem isn’t really a forte of mine. If I know I have time to complete a certain job, I will procrastinate, that’s just how my life is. Though, I am trying to change it, I know I have (million) miles to go. But, but this life-long procrastinating has taught me one thing – how to utilize your time when you don’t have none! I have never missed deadlines, have always submitted home-works and projects on time and for the past month have had a post up a day all this while procrastinating! So, moral of the story is that my lazy self has made me more efficient.

I am terribly short-tempered, but I know how to control my anger!

I inherit my short-temperedness from my father. I get real angry real quick and all I want to do is trample and throw and hit any object placed near me. That’s my first instinct but years of me suppressing my emotions has taught me how to maintain my composure even if all I want to do is slap the person right across the face.

I get my hopes up high really quickly, but I know how to adapt if things go wrong.

I am the kind of optimistic person that will see light not only at the end, but also in the middle of the tunnel! If I want something to happen, my hope-o-meter fills up faster than you can say hope. I get all optimistic about it and imagine the best-case scenarios. It doesn’t help that I have an overly active imagination and can literally see myself doing that stuff, being in that position and imagining my everyday life. When things go wrong, the disappointment is bad. Really bad. Then again, I don’t sulk around for too long and devise an alternative plan and continue to fuel my inner hope.

These were the things that make me flawesome! What are yours?

I nominate…

Emily @A Short Book Lover

Jackie @The Bookworm Cafe

Mary @Coffee, Books And Cakes

Susan @Purrsian Tea

Angela @Hiding Behind Books

Gel @Whimsy Wanders

Jennifer @JenChaos Reviews

Samantha @Some Silver Linings

Amanda @The Bee-witched Reader

Laura @Palette of Thoughts

As always, no obligations and you are welcome to do the tag, even if I haven’t mentioned you 🙂

11 thoughts on “The Flawsome Award!

  1. Thanks for the nomination lovely! I’ve never seen this before what a great idea! So good to see our ‘flaws’ for all the positives they bring!! xxx

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