I need to blog more often. The past few weeks haven’t been very eventful in my life and I apologize – I will up the ante this weekend and come up with some awesome material. For right now though, I thought that I would take a page from Glamour magazine and run with it. I’m a journaler (as if you couldn’t put that together since I write a blog) and throughout college I would write down some of my favorite quotes from Glamour’s “Hey, It’s OK!” articles. I came across my notebook when I was cleaning a few weeks ago and I thought I would share some of my favs and add a few of my own to brighten your week! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.
HEY, IT’S OK…
To ask your friends for advice and do the complete opposite.
To know that when you say, “don’t tell anyone,” they will tell at least someone.
To laugh at your own jokes. They’re hi-larious!
To say you’re allergic to mayonnaise, cigarettes, onions, etc. you get the gist 😉
To actually say “hashtag” in conversation.
To say bullshizz to women who say they are independent modern and claim they don’t want to get married. ((whatevs – more guys for us.))
To let it go to voicemail and text them back.
To wear last night’s make up to today’s work.
To not like orange juice unless it has champagne in it.
To be a little bit offended if he’s not trying to jump your bones every single time you get undressed.
To start your to-do list with a task you’ve already done.
To begin thinking about lunch as soon as you walk into work.
To wear leggings as pants.
To still be embarrassed to buy tampons from a male cashier.
To love your best friends in spite of their flaws because you will need them to love you in spite of yours… a lot.
To not turn that frown upside down.
To shove it in the closet and consider your place cleaned.
To support gay right 110 percent, while simultaneously wishing you had the power to turn hot guys who turn out to be gay… straight.
To quickly edit your medicine cabinet before people come over.
To step take a leap of faith on a guy.
To be nervous that your future kid will be just like you when they grow up.
To not be into this going Dutch, I’ll pay for my own half BS, on dates.
To absolutely hate seeing girls run with their hair down – what the hell do you think you’re doing?!
So this is my list of things it’s ok to feel… did I leave any off? Do you have any to add?? Feel free to add some of yours in the comments below.