I will write about the following, leave one in my ask box.
Dear person I hate,
Dear person I like,
Dear ex boyfriend,
Dear ex girlfriend,
Dear ex bestfriend,
Dear future me,
Dear past me,
Dear person I’m jealous of,
Dear person I had a crush on,
Dear [insert URL here],
As of April 30th, I have been officially in my mid 20s for 10 days now..
It hasn’t quite hit me that I will soon be entering my 30s but when I do, rest assure it will be posted..
I can’t help but feel that I still have growing room, main point, my job. I think I’m finally understanding why I still hold on to my job for as long as I have. Yes, I love my crew, I care about my job in a general way and the friendships I’ve made are irreplaceable [not to mention it pays the bills.] But I think I’ve stuck around for so long is not entirely just for those reasons, I’m afraid to grow up. Completely.
As humans, we like to get comfortable and we like to stay where we feel safe. My job has been keeping me in this “bubble” where I can still manage to be independent, but only to a certain degree. I’m afraid that once I make this transition into my career, I won’t be safe. I guess in plain words, my job has become my excuse for not moving forward with myself. I don’t want to grow up and live alone, or have more responsibility; and who would, it’s much easier living at home and not having to worry about 10 other people who work under you. But now that I’m older, I’ve come to understand that the world isn’t scary, because fear is always choice. I need to get over this, I’m 25, full grown ass woman who needs to move out and take her mom out of working.
This is my gift to myself, quit my job as soon as I get one in my field of study this year.
Wish me luck.
Pottermore is on PlayStationHome !!!! Gaaaaaaa
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And thats exactly how I feel. Men!!
You’re a jerk. I have spent so much energy to try and be your friend and to keep you in my life and you do absolutely nothing. You make no effort to even see how I am. You never make an effort to see me. And now you actually do make an effort to not connect with me on any social networking…
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We like our skin to be hair-free, that’s the God-honest truth, I don’t know why we were given such hairy parts! So we shave it, wax it, and in other cases: Laser tag it. In my case, I shaved, a lot, particularly my under arm areas. But my skin wasn’t having it, it got dark from all the excessive shaving and the hairs just didn’t stop growing! So I turned to another, not so explored method [que the heavenly music]: The Epilator. I know it sounds like an awful device that will kill you like a robot, but it doesn’t, I promise.
I have been using an epilator for a little over 60 days now, and I have been wanting to do a little review on it as far as my own experience and how it worked or didn’t work for me. So here we go:
What is an Epilator?
An epilator, if you will imagine for a second, is similar to that of a trimmer, you know the one your husband/bf or even you use to trim either around private parts, hair on the scalp or beards. The difference being that an epilator, instead of trimming, it removes hairs from the root, yes, you read it right, from the root. An epilator is equipped with tons of little tweezer-like mechanisms that rotate at a fast rate in order to remove the hairs. Now I know what the next question is, wait for it.
PAIN PAIN PAIN
I’m not going to sugar coat it, the first 3 times I used it I thought I was going to bleed out of every hair follicle, but I didn’t. The ‘yanking’ sensation is part of the experience, I’m sorry to say, but this is of course taking into account that I have yet to perfect the epilator technique, because now that I have been using it regularly I have found small little ways to minimize pain which I will talk about in a bit. If you are not afraid of a little pinching sensations, and if you’ve waxed before, this will be somewhat of a breeze. If you are like me, then prepare your mind for it if you are thinking about investing in one. I’ve waxed before but never my under arms, so I have never felt any kind of pain there, perhaps that is why it took longer for me to adjust to it.
As I said, I found a little technique that helps me somewhat feel less pain, or more brave, whichever way your mind wants to view it as. I have some excess skin, being a big girl and all, so when I first turned on the epilator and let her rip on my arm, it felt like it was literally, ripping my skin. So I decided to try another approach:
Pulling my skin a little back, so that the the area is more exposed and a little tighter, I noticed a little less of that yanking sensation, but I could still feel the hairs being pulled, also turned out to be more efficient. Now this might not work for others, but it doesn’t hurt to put it out there as an idea.
So now that we have cleared the most important point, pain, and because I don’t want to bore you, here comes the last part.
Is It Worth The Pain? [results]
For me, it definitely is. The pain is really something you get used to, and it’s not as horrible as it sounds. I started using the epilator every 3-4 days and now I’m down to using it once a week [every 6-7 days]. I haven’t seen hair reduction, but the hairs grow at a much slower pace and even when they are peach-fuzz-like they are barely visible, unless you really pay attention to my arms. Also, the hairs don’t come back coarse and thick, they are almost like baby hairs. I have also experienced that it doesn’t take all the hairs out of the root, but the areas where it does, I have seen it gone bare for at least 3 days before anything decides to grow. As I said, I haven’t mastered the technique yet so it will still be a while before I can successfully have my epilator remove all hair in one use. As far as skin improvements, I have a long way to go so the darkened areas have not gone away, but I do feel my skin more soft and less rough. Also keep in mind I have only started using this for 2 months.
I have seen reviews on my epilator from customers complaining that it is false advertising because their epilator didn’t take all the hairs out, in my opinion, it is all in the techniques, even if you invest in the cheapest one, if you don’t have a way of using it successfully you will end up with no results; and also, results take time, especially when it comes to hair removal. So if anyone reading this decides to invest in one, don’t give up on the first 2-3 tries, it took me nearly 4-6 tries before I could muster courage to finish epilating one full under arm, hence why I took so long in putting up my personal review, I wanted more than just the 30 day trial. Lastly: Always always try on small areas to see if you can handle it and if your skin can handle it.
I will never shop at that store ever!!!
absolutely disturbing. This is just wrong.
Oh hey I wonder if this is why my parents have boycotted them for so long?
Never stepped foot in one, never cared for it and still don’t give two shits, suck my FAT toe ^_^
Today is the last business day of my homestore where I spent over 5 years of my life working. I have been transferred so I’m not out of a job just yet but it’ll never have the same feeling as my homestore did.
I met some pretty awesome people, made friendships beyond the job life, shared good, bad, sad, and funny memories, along with a few secrets with them. Working there gave me the ability to be able to finish my school as a full time student, and next week I walk the stage with both my AA and AAS degrees thanks to that, so this month is pretty emotional, along with my birthday [mid 20’s here I come!]
Words cannot express the deep sadness and how heavy my heart is to see my store closing. I consider myself lucky to have been able to work with such a great crew, and although some of us are moving, getting transferred, or somewhere along the line, seek out new opportunities, I will try my very best to keep in contact and check up on you guys <3. I try to view this as a journey [as the game has reminded me over and over] that has come to and end, but will also start a new beginning for all of us. Let us take everything that we have learned from this journey to prepare us for the future, whatever that may be or may hold for us.
Cheers to new beginnings, and new forged friendships that are coming our way. And don’t forget to smile!
Happy First Day Of Spring! ^.^