Sit back and reflect #SocialBloggers

The chat I participated in was called #SocialBloggers, hosted by Noor Unnahar (view her blog here http://www.noorsplace.com/). I chose this chat because 1. It worked with my schedule and 2. I thought the topic would be interesting. I also thought it was really cool that I would be able to connect with and converse with Noor, who lives in Pakistan. This chat was focused on the topic “Bookish Talk” and was not very informative, but rather very casual and conversational. I interacted with a few other Twitter Chat-ters and enjoyed the hour.

Noor led the talk and started by asking everyone to introduce themselves and the last song they listened to. I introduced myself not having an active blog, but as a student taking Social Media Management at the University of Florida. Noor quickly responded to my welcome.

Noor asked four questions throughout the hour-long chat.

1. What was the last book that made you cry, whether out of joy or sorrow?

2. Is there any recent read of yours that you would NOT recommend to others? ~why~?

3. Since there are so many book boxes out there these days, if you could make one of your own, what would include in it?

4. If you could write and publish a book, what would it be about? fiction, non-fiction, young adult?

@museinmaking: “If I could write and publish a book it would be fiction/ women- an education about their lives rather than a sympathy #socialbloggers

This chat was fun because it allowed me to look back and reflect a bit. I think that with today’s fast-paced lifestyle we often forget to take a break and breathe. This chat allowed me to pause and think about things I usually wouldn’t think about. I might read a book, but haven’t ever thought about what book I’d write if it was to be published. Imagination is important into adulthood. Something I think we all lose along the way, but it’s important to regress back to the vivid times of childhood from time to time.

What’s your favorite way to relax? Meditation? Yoga? Shopping?

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