For never having lived away from home, my boyfriend and I are doing quite well. We cook our own dinner, shop for groceries, pay our bills, both have full-time jobs and can still go out and have fun from time-to-time. We both have busy schedules not leaving us time for a lot to do, but it wasn’t always like that. My boyfriend and I have … Continue reading Living Away From Home for the First Time
Money has always been an awkward topic I choose not to talk about. The reason could be because I never really had money. I grew up in a middle class family and money was tight at times. We could never just got out and splurge on whatever we chose. I mean, as a kid, I went on plenty of vacations and I know for a … Continue reading The Topic of Money
I’ve always wanted to be one of the Kardashians. I often dreamed of the fame, fortune and beauty until I realized how f***ed up their family is. Sure, they possess family values and are close, but all of them are out of sorts and not to mention, they lost their father at a young age. So, vision of someday “becoming a Kardashian” went away a … Continue reading Feeling Lucky For Who I Am
“You used to be more defined.” His words hurt like sharp razors digging into my heart. I had two options: either I shrugged it off and focused more on the chub on his stomach or dwell on it. The thing is, he didn’t say it rudely or condescendingly. He simply just said it and joked about the flab of fat on his stomach. I’ve noticed … Continue reading My Never Ending Battle With My Gut
Moving to another state where you know no one is often difficult. It’s even harder when you have no friends that you can confide in. Your real friends are 800 + miles away back at home and you must make new ones, which isn’t easy. My boyfriend doesn’t care too much if he makes friends or not and for a little bit neither did I. … Continue reading Making Friends Isn’t Easy
I’m jealous of a dog. There, I said it and I mean it. I know what you’re thinking too– you are one pathetic human being. When it comes to attention, it’s a constant need of mine. I must always be in the limelight or else I feel shitty. In all started when I was a kid. I was the only girl and middle child. Without … Continue reading I’m an Attention Seeker Due to Middle Child Syndrome
You’ve seen in first-hand. When you meet someone for the first time, you truly aren’t “you?” You’re merely a version of yourself because you must see how the other person reacts to your personality. If they are more so calm, you’re more than likely to act the same way because you don’t want to scare them off. But, then, there are some people who do … Continue reading Why Is It So Hard To Be Yourself?