“Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.” – Marthe Troly-Curtin
“Meeting someone you like and dating him is supposed to make you feel better, not worse.”
― Greg Behrendt, He’s Just Not That Into You: The No-Excuses Truth to Understanding Guys
Recently I haven’t blogged. I haven’t even opened my computer to blog. I haven’t taken out my phone to take pictures for blog posts. I haven’t even really discussed blogging outside of the occasional questions I get asked at work or my random sporadic tweets on the subject. Why? Well for the same reason I decided I didn’t want to be a journalist after taking a few journalism courses in college. There are too many rules and not enough action.
As a culture we love to compare ourselves to others or even analyze other women’s beauty to try and find flaws. I’m no different I do it all the time. This is actually why I started my “Woman Crush Wednesday” series on my blog and why I started my “Motivational Mondays”. To talk to inspiring bloggers, to get their voice out. To let women know that there are others that possibly have the same opinions as they do. This is also why I can’t wait to continue to push WCW through each Wednesday for you!
Until than I decided to give you a little insight into my life outside of my consistent hate for work, hunt for a career, and love of fashion/films/music. Why? When I open up and think about the things I like about myself or dislike it opens me up for improvement. This is something I’m big on, constantly attempting to do better. So hopefully after read a little bit about me you’ll think about yourself and what you love or need to improve on. Plus it’s always fun to post facts about yourself. So here we go I hope you enjoy.
As you might know or might not know (depends on how well you’ve been following my blog), I hate my job. I hate everything about it. I hate the fact that I have to force customers to get credit cards, I hate that I have to smile even when I feel like I want to throw up, I hate that everyday I get disciplined for something they never taught me how to do. In all actuality the only thing I don’t hate is the fact that I wake up every morning and drink a cup of coffee with my Keurig 2.0.
“It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.”
– George Washington
The walk of shame: an instance of walking back home on the day after an unplanned casual sexual encounter, typically dressed in the same clothes as the previous evening. (Google definition)
As a society we place social restrictions on what we feel a woman or man is allowed to do. Sexual, political, athletic, artistic just to name a few. This stems from a patriarchal mindset that has been instilled upon the western world for years. The question is…when does it end?