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I’ve noticed this: whenever I find myself looking for a way to change/improve on something, I add something into my life. If I want to lose weight, I add exercise because giving up peanut butter, mint M&M’s and bacon makes me sad. If I want to be a better YA writer, I tend to add learning/research/networking to my agenda instead of say, trimming back those things to focus on practicing. If I’m sad, I add people to my presence. Same when I’m angry – sorry, family! I need to vent.  But, I know many people want to be alone in those circumstances.

I’m not sure why I’m this way, but I found it fascinating. Which one are you? Maybe it goes in waves: add, add, add, whoa, subtract. Maybe it’s ping-pongy: add, subtract, add, subtract. Maybe you don’t really care and this is a lot like a magazine quiz. Hey, let’s do a poll!

Results:

If you chose Adder, you’ll end up living in a Mansion, having 2 kids with Johnny Depp, and driving a hybrid to your film-directing job.

If you chose Subtracter, you’ll end up living in a Shack, having 20 kids with Steve Buschemi, and driving a Rascal to your poo-scooping job.

If you chose “It goes in waves,” you’ll end up in a Mansion, having 2 kids with Johnny Depp, and driving a hybrid to your poo-scooping job.

If you chose “Ping Pongy,” you’ll end up in Mansion, having 20 kids with Johnny Depp, and driving a Rascal to your film-directing job.

If you chose “Jody is nice,” you’ll end up in Indianapolis having crepes I baked for you; and then we’ll tell secrets and braid each other’s hair. And watch Goonies and Karate Kid.

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