I’m sure I’ve talked about this plenty of times. In many posts, using different words and scenarios. haha Like the title states…The Forever Balancing Game of Life.
I was scrolling through my IG feed. All walks of life there. Famous to normal humans.
We all live so different yet so the same. We all want to show the world a part of us. A piece of who we are. Life in 2019 seems to be defined through social media. I’m right there in the middle. I share, but not everything. Finding a balance is hard. We live in a time where there is so much available to us. So many things competing for our attention.
Much of the older generations don’t understand how we can spend hours on our smartphone. Kind of like how I feel about the music my son listens to. Like…is this really good music? And are they actually making money off of this? 🤦 The normalcy of children playing outside from dusk till dawn on the weekends is no longer normal. I played video games as a kid. Sega and Nintendo were cool but it didn’t beat hanging outside and climbing on the rooftop of our apartment building. Continue reading “The Forever Balancing Game of Life”
I hope that you let go…
Let go of mistakes you made. Maybe you reacted badly and hurt someone. Maybe you had a little too much to drink one night and screwed up your presentation the next morning. Maybe you failed an exam or cheated on your boyfriend. As troubling as it may have been for you...you royally fucked up…forgive yourself and let go. We can’t change what’s been done.
Let go of him or her that leaves you feeling lonely more than loved. If someone wholeheartedly loves you, they wouldn’t leave your texts unanswered. They wouldn’t make excuses. If someone really wanted you, trust me dear…they would be with you. Let that loneliness go because you are worthy of authentic, true love.
Let go of friends that you once loved but grew apart from. Not everyone is destined to travel the same roads. As you evolve, things around you will change.
Let go of the thought that things stay the same. Nothing…stays the same.
Continue reading “What I Hope For You Going Into 2019”
I received a text yesterday from a friend of mine asking…” would you pay $500 for a flight to New York if the room was free?” My response, “yes, if I had the money to spend.”
New Years Eve in New York? Duh, no brainer.
If you’re single and have your basics taken care of…why not? I don’t understand the two extremes. People who focus too much on saving and people who borrow money left and right. Neither in my opinion is a winner.
Continue reading “Don’t Waste Away Your Good Years”