#30DayWritingChallenge (Day 7): Five ways to win your heart

I’m assuming that this question is geared more towards a love-type-of-response but I’m going to keep it simple because simple things always win my heart, like someone who :

  1. is genuinely kind, empathetic and respectful, things which are easily seen when people interact with older people, animals and children;
  2. keeps their promises, walks the walk and talks the talk;
  3. remembers completely trivial things about me, like how I like bread and raisins separately but will not eat raisin bread or that I like my coffee with an unhealthy amount of sugar;
  4. understands the importance of being “present” with someone, like not answer a non-urgent call during a conversation or quality time;
  5. can make me laugh and find the funny in a difficult situation.

Wow, today’s question was harder than I thought. I really had to think!

What are some of the things that would win your heart? Share with me in the comment box.

See you tomorrow!


M xoxo



      1. One way to win my heart is authenticity. I always consider myself super rough around the edges and try to smooth those out when posting online. I have a no-bullshit policy when it comes to people in my real life. I keep my circle small because I value authenticity over almost everything else. I prefer honesty, kindness, and empathy, but cannot tolerate ‘fake’ people. I’d much rather know real people than empty hulls of soulless minions trying to sell me something.

        And I’ll eat all that raisin bread for you – love it!

        πŸ–€ Carbs πŸ–€

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  1. My apologies, my WordPress app is acting up so my comments may show up twice and the laughing emojis may show replied to the post and instead to the comment. It’s an error on my end.

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  2. I’m in agreement with all of yours…except for the raisins. (Will only eat them in Raisin Bran! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ )

    I’d add someone who doesn’t take themselves too seriously and can laugh at themselves.

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