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I’ve got it.
Holding grudges is like trying to remember your 1-month-worth-of-food grocery list by hard… It’s simply exhausting. Continue reading
Hello and welcome to the inner debate I’ve been having in my head lately, thanks to the ever-present influence of unconventional media, my self-professed liberal outlook on issues and people getting pissed at people who overplay things.
I consider myself liberal, but the thought that has been eating on me is: I am liberal, but am I overly liberal to the point of sounding chronically offended? Continue reading
I’ve mentioned previously that my favorite pieces to read are the honest, raw, vulnerable, real-life blog posts. I admire authentic people – the people, who know who they are, what they like and what they want from life, and couldn’t give two shits about other people’s opinions. I admire them and I want to become them someday. As for now, whenever I write, I overthink and overthink and overthink some more. Continue reading
As this is a ‘tales of a hypocrite’ long-awaited, *coughs*, sequel, I will hereby call myself out on yet another hypocritical thought I’ve had recently.
I used to laugh at those women who considered PMS a good excuse to be moody and irrational. And now, as I sit in the office, clenching my jaw, trying to suppress my mind-numbing anger towards everyone and everything around me, while throwing back chocolates like it’s nobody’s business, I am here to declare: PMS is real. It’s a thing, it’s real and damn right it’s gonna be my excuse, because I’m normally a very nice person. Continue reading
I was about to post a #tbt picture of myself (because, peer pressure), when I realized it’s my baby blog’s two year anniversary!!!
Crazy that I was able to stick with something for two whole years… Can’t say the same about my love life. Nor career. Nor a healthy lifestyle. Oopsie. Continue reading
You can interpret it however you like (my dad said that I will most definitely offend someone). In my head, ‘a person I don’t trust’ means ‘this person doesn’t do a specific thing the same way I do it’ or ‘we have completely opposite stances with this person’. You know, when you’re on a date and he/she says something like ‘I hate dogs’. Boom! Red flag! I don’t trust this human. What is wrong with you? How can you hate dogs? Continue reading