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There are so many things that I wish I learned. I know it is never really too late, but time is not really on my side. Life is short. I bet I am not alone in my feelings of longing for knowledge. Also, I cheat almost every week and today is no exception. I am listing 2 things today.

#1 Thing I Wish I Knew How To Do:

I wish I could write like some of my favorite authors. I know this is a skill that may take time, but it would be nice to be on the other side of this hobby.

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How cool would it be to write those awesome stories that people relate to so well? I think it would be pretty cool to be a bestselling author and have people stand in line to meet me. Or maybe it would be weird. Maybe you send your story out and people hate it or maybe the pressure of creating something better than or equal to your last book would be awful. I have no idea since that will probably never be me.


#2 Thing I Wish I Knew How To Do:

I wish I knew how to code. I think this skill would have earned me a lot of money and maybe would have had me working from home.

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Can you imagine if you knew how to speak to your computer? I can, I think it would be pretty awesome to be able to make things without having to buy the format from someone. Or maybe it would be boring and lonely? I have no idea because I can’t do it.


I think the good news here is that is really not too late for me to do either of those things. Ya know, if I had the time and the determination.

What do you wish you knew how to do?

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