This is a tough one, but I’ll do my best to answer this question.
I’ve had to remind myself the the difference between how and what to make sure I’m answering correctly.
According to the the t’interweb…
The main difference between ‘what’ and ‘how’ relies on what they are asking for. ‘What’ asks for information about the description of something or an action. Whereas ‘how’ asks for the manner in which something happens or the state someone is in.https://langeek.co/en/grammar/course/443/what-vs-how
So, with that in mind, I’d probably say that I am brave by throwing myself into things and finding a resolution as best I can.
There’s been a few instances at the allotment, where I’ve set out to do something or achieve something – and I’m not necessarily know what I’m doing, but doing it anyway.
Some of the examples over the last two years include the following whereby I was clearly making it up as I went on, but it worked out in the end.
I do like to give things ago and chalk everything up to experience. Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad – but as long as you try, what’s the worst that can happen.
How are you brave? Leave me a comment below! 🙂
Bloganuary is a month-long blogging challenge in January, where you’ll receive a daily writing prompt to inspire you to publish a post on your blog. You can respond to the prompts in any way you like: a story, a picture, a poem, a drawing, a recipe, or even a song. Anything goes!https://bloganuary.wordpress.com/
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