Half full or half empty?

I’ve been a freelance writer for over 10+ years. Throughout much of this time I’ve had some very reputable clients. Granted, this gets “boring” or “on my nerves” occasionally and I do take a step back, but being a very creative person by nature I always tend to come back to freelance writing.

I recently just returned again after stepping away for yet another hiatus. Honestly, I didn’t think I’d return this time, but doing things differently and my way (with a fall back plan in place, of course) really has changed my view on things. This just goes to show, it really is all in how you look at it: Is the glass half full? Or half empty?


What do you think?

Written by Brenda Marie H


Leave a Reply
  1. I try to look on the bright side of things. Try being the operative word here. I consider my self a half full kind of person. Now for the real answer to this question, I would need to know one thing. Was it just poured or just drank? Just poured = Half full Just drank = Half empty.
    I also love what Paul had to say as well. It is full of air and half water, making it always full. Good point there.

  2. A glass is never half full or half empty. It may contain half liquid, the other half being gas, therefore it is always full.
    Sometimes we fail to notice what we cannot see, the same goes for many things our in lives. We may look, but do not see or understand what we are looking at.
    This is why our perception often leads us along the wrong track, look more for the unseen in life and your world will never have a void.


Leave a Reply