5 QUESTIONS WITH SHELLY TANG

Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

5 questions with guest interviews



Hi! I'm Shelly and I'm starting a lifestyle blog - Share with Shelly. I'm still learning about blogging but I really love how friendly and supportive the blogging community is! I can't wait to get to know more about everyone and make new friends! 



1. Are you willing to sacrifice your own dreams for the sake of your parents’ approval? Why or why not?



My answer might be a bit biased on this one because I don't really have a relationship with my parents, aha. I wouldn't sacrifice my dreams for my parents' approval because it would mean sacrificing so much more than just my dreams. I believe that the only approval you really need in life is your own and hopefully the people who support and care for you eventually approve too!


2. How do you encourage yourself to step out of your comfort zone?


Most of the time it's thinking about what is the worst that can happen, then if the absolute "worst" thing isn't THAT bad... then why not try?


3. What do you think is the main reasons why relationships fail?


Communication. It's so easy to misunderstand or misinterpret someone, or a situation. Without clarification or having honest discussions about things, things get lost in translation and it's like a bad game of telephone (not sure if everyone played this as a child in school!). Plus we sadly can't read minds so even more reason why communication is crucial!


4. Would you stand for what you believe in even when you’re alone? Why or why not?


I'm not sure, I feel like this is situational. Also, I'm honestly not sure how to interpret the question because it could easily be about believing unicorns exist somewhere in the universe or about other beliefs! I would definitely believe in the unicorn theory even if I'm alone though, because what's the harm in unicorns, right?


5. Do you have any regrets about oversharing everything about you to random people? Why or why not?


I don't think I have any regrets over sharing (yet). I haven't shared much yet but I feel like there will always be people that can relate to an experience or be able to laugh with you over an embarrassing story. We've all been through things and we're all supporting each other through things now!

4 comments

  1. Love how you're doing these Monique! It's so nice that your showcase other bloggers on your blog :) xo

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    1. Thank you so much for reading! I'm glad you appreciate it.

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  2. Another fab interview! keep them coming I love reading them!

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