There’s nothing worse than being challenged with figuring out what you want to do with your life. I know I’m obsessed with beauty & youth, but I don’t feel that becoming a makeup artist or skin care specialist is my calling.
I’m so glad I joined this company. Please check it out. Just watch the video. It’s incredible!!!
To those of you feeling generous… ;-)
Leo in Studying.
This is sooooo most definitely me!!!
Still stuck in the Midwest, but will be back shortly!
I love this article - perfect for gay guys like me who are stuck in a small town.
Another thing I find very important as well is to keep your pride strong in taking care of your appearance. Being surrounded by people who are too suffocated by their routine, 9-5, small town life - who don’t give a flying f*ck about their appearance can easily make you apathetic about your own as well. Don’t give in! Always strive to be the best looking wherever you are - don’t be afraid to use foundation and concealer (as long as you make it look natural) - it really helps to keep your confidence strong. That’s the gay way!!
Time To Rebuild
I have decided that I desperately need to put my writing skills back to good use and start writing about daily lessons. I have been way too depressed for way too long, and I need to start expressing how I’m feeling. I don’t mean in a full-blown, over-dramatic, wine-infused expression of feelings, but just a very uplifting, encouraging manner of speaking.
I am very, very sad and upset to admit, but after 3 years of living in Los Angeles, I have been forced to move back home to Minnesota.
Laziness. I became way too lazy.
I am now back living with my parents (my ultra conservative, homophobic parents) in this small town in Minnesota with no vehicle, no job, and no money. Of course, I am going mad (understatement!).
Every time I found myself depressed while out there, it always gave me great comfort to remind myself that at least I’m not in the tundra of Minnesota - and that always gave me great relief. And now here I am - with winter right around the corner (*tear*).
One thing I am very grateful for is a strong belief system. There were many glorious miracles I experienced back in LA that always kept my faith and belief in the seemingly impossible working out in tact.
I took way too many blessings I had in LA for granted, and now karma has brought me back to this Midwest prison. However, I know what I want. I want to move back to Los Angeles and reunite with my best friend - all before the winter weather hits. How am I going to do that? I have absolutely no idea. Keeping my faith strong and believing that it ispossible is all I have right now.
For the time being, my blog will be all about the progress I make to accomplish my goals of getting my ass back to LA - with my best friend - and stay there this time.
Wish me luck!
I have to admit something.
Yesterday’s blog was a total joke. I didn’t get dumped but I LOVED all your messages.
JUST KIIIIIIDDDDDDDINNNNNG!!!!! STILL DUMPED WITH A BROKEN HEART!!!!! LOL.
Honestly though, thanks for all the sweetness yesterday. I was really overwhelmed from the array of…
I am almost 30, I’ve never been in a romantic relationship and experienced that kind of heart-break, and after reading these last couple of posts, I don’t regret that at all. I’ll probably feel different about it later, but DAMN, those are definitely some intense emotions I would prefer to avoid. I’m totally becoming a nun!!
One of my favorite scenes from Sex and the City.