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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
Intimidation is a funny thing. For me, it’s a whole roller coaster of emotions.
It’s what follows after getting a great first impression or having a long term admiration for a person who is subjectively better/smarter/richer/more accomplished and successful than you.
On the other hand, intimidation is the prerequisite to feeling bad. To feeling embarrassed, envious, belittled and, ultimately, overwhelmed and disappointed. 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