Back on January 21st, we asked you to predict what day #211 would be like. Well, July 30th is that day — how have your predictions held up so far? If you didn’t reply to the prompt at the time, is this year turning out to be as you’d expected?

On January 21st these are the predictions I made:

My husband would be settled in his new job: Check

If we moved to another country we would be living together: In progress

We would be spending the summer at home: Check 😦

I would be making some money: Check (but not on my books 😦 )

Thanks to Daily Post I got to revisit an old post that I had forgotten about. It was fun to see that I had a fairly good idea what we would be doing in the near future. Of course I had no idea that we would be going to Bahrain of all places, I was thinking more of Europe or Asia Pacific, but what really matters is that we will all be together and my husband will not be commuting any more.

I think it would be interesting to do this exercise more often. Predict what will happen x number of days from now. Write it down somewhere and store it. Revisit it on xth day to see how accurate your prediction was.


10 thoughts on “Predictions

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  2. Hello zainabjavid! I’m BasicallyBeyondBasic, the blogger who came up with today’s daily prompt. I like that you DID respond to the prompt back in January and that you referenced it in your post like I did with mine! 🙂 I’m also glad to see your predictions weren’t too far off. I hope 2014 continues to be a great year for you! See you around.

    • Thank you so much for taking us back to revisit an old post. I had completely forgotten about it! It was fun to see I was quite close to my predictions.
      All the best,

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