And I don’t have a key… I don’t understand why I can never stick to a blog as much as I used to on Tumblr. Is it life? Is it “adulting”? It this the reason why I can’t focus solely on one thing, because my mind is all over the map with so many other
So before I get into the juicy deets, I want to put out a disclaimer that all the knowledge I’m about to share with you is already public knowledge somewhere out in the web universe. There is no particular step that I followed, as I gathered all the information and worked with what worked for
A lot of people ask me what skincare products I use, because most of the time I have pretty clear skin.. (except for the occasional *time of the month*) blemishes. Otherwise, my skin is pretty flawless, if I may say so myself. I know a lot of us tend to spend a lot on cosmetics,
Often I find myself racing to this imaginary finish line that of some sort has been conjured up in my mind. Do you find yourself comparing your life to your peers? Some days, I’ll have glimpses of people from the past… and I get curious of what they’re up to. What’s their life like, how
[ I normally don’t know what to put as an appropriate title for these blog entries, so when I do, I know there’s a definitive direction that I’m going for. ] I got engaged Oct 2017. It’s been a little over a year now since the proposal. A lot of people have asked me, “So
How often do you find yourself here? I don’t mean on this blog. I mean find yourself strolling along this inter web in search of something. Let me warn you that this post has no special meaning, no specific topic, and absolutely insignificant. We are 21 days into 2019. For some reason I’ve had this
I think that when you’re young; You’re just hoping that this person will be the right one. The one you’re going to be in love with forever, but sometimes you want that so much, you create something that isn’t really there.
If you hold back feelings because you’re afraid of being hurt, you end up hurting anyway.
Woo! I’m feeling good! The pain is still there when I try to sleep and when I wake up. Its still a heavy feeling of rocks on my chest. I’m taking less and less medications. I’m able to walk a good mile or two without huffing and puffing which is a big deal. I used
One of the things that occur to some people after heart surgery is feeling depressed. I’m happy to tell you all, I don’t feel depressed whatsoever. I’m ecstatic that I can walk a distance without wheezing (which I normally do). I’ll admit, sometimes it’s still quite hard to breathe as I feel a sharp pain