Words– Find out their meanings -Marilyn Monroe
Part II, Marilyn Monroe’s To Do List
(For Part I, please click here)
Marilyn Monroe, the most recognizable Hollywood star in the world, had another side to her shimmering coin of a self. She was a bookworm. She pushed herself towards books and higher education as much as she did towards the camera and ill-fitted partners.
I previously wrote a post about Monroe’s childhood and adolescence, attempting to explain the nature of her character by illustrating her ability to overcome enormous challenges and traumas, to persevere. Below, in her To Do list, we catch a glimpse of the hard working career woman implementing those skills she earned while surviving her past. When you read this, you’ll no longer wonder how she pushed herself so hard to succeed nor how she inevitably earned her place in history.
Marilyn Monroe’s To-Do List
Must make effort to do
must have the discipline to to do the following–
try to enjoy myself when I can–I’ll be miserable enough as it is.
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