It’s not every day one of your best friends writes a book but mine did! I’m so proud of her and this project. While I’m promoting this book because my friend wrote it, I also believe it’s a must read for all the single ladies out there.
When I was 7 years old someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up. I said “stay at home” Their response “Oh, you want to be a stay at home mom?” Me” No, I don’t want kids, I just want to stay at home.”
It’s been 6 weeks since my little Asia Bear Cat passed away. I’m still sad and miss her every day but now, My Buddy Cat is acting weird. It wasn’t until last week I noticed but he’s been stress licking.
I was never that person who was scared of turning 30, age is just a number. Three years into my 30’s and I’ve noticed some big changes which I wasn’t expecting. It’s like my body is rejecting being 30. Here are some things that have happened to me since turning 30
I’m not religious but I do try and stay disciplined and I believe Lent is a perfect time to do so.
I’m usually pretty disciplined with eating, working out staying positive but after the Holidays, winter and then my cat dying, I just stopped caring. I’ve been eating crap and not working out and been mostly sleeping.
It’s hard for people dealing with mental illness to talk about it because they may feel embarrassed, weak or alone. I know this because that was me. So I’d like to share my story and hope that maybe, it helps one person.
Some people may take it as compliment, I do not. Being an adult is hard, that’s why we’re allowed to drink alcohol and there’s nothing more satisfying then going to the NSLC to get a well-deserved bottle of something after a hard day.