A week or so ago, Starbucks released their holiday cup and commence the controversy. It’s been a weird time for America these last few months, so I can’t say that I’m surprised. Plus, people always find something to complain about regarding everything. Wasn’t there beef with last year’s cup as well?! Exactly.
Raspberries are no longer on sale, we’ve lost about 45 minutes of daylight and the temperature lows are in the 60s. Summer, is that you slipping away?
This weekend, while Boo was out and I was home alone, I flipped through the channels (which I rarely do) to find something to watch. ‘Sex and the City’ the movie was on and I looked no further.
I’m definitely one of those people who like to buy or obtain new things but often never use them.
“Wait.” “Hold on.” “Hurry up.” I’m sure I’m not the only one who has heard these and a few more throughout their lifetime. All suggesting that there was a time where we did not want to wait for something. But what if we’ve been onto something this entire time?
Not to toot my own horn but I never felt like I was “raised” the same as my peers. I don’t mean I didn’t have a childhood because I did. A pretty good one at that. But when it came to my pre-teen and teen years, there wasn’t much babying going on.
Growing up is not easy. “It’ll be fun”, they said. “Enjoy it while you can”, they said. This is the hardest thing I’ve ever done ever and I don’t feel like I’m getting any better at it.
About two years ago, the funniest little kid hit the Vine scene with this 7-second video and it’s been my motto ever since. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that.
I started noticing that I was developing a bad habit. One that was more detrimental to me than anyone else and I decided to nip it in the bud. I didn’t want this to get too out of hand especially if the only person effected was me.
In my last post I spoke about how I sometimes suck at making decision, specifically tough ones. It wasn’t until re-reading it (yes, I read my own posts) that I came up with a hypothesis as to why.