Every time that I get a seat on the subway on my commute before the sun rises that’s God taking care of me.
My nanny kids asking me why I wear sweatpants every day like it’s not cause I have to chase them around all day … smh
Sometimes it hurts me to think about how much more beautiful NYC would be if people just picked up their dogs poop and didn’t spit their gum out on the sidewalk.
I started this year with a negative $20 in my bank account and cried on the subway on my way to work. This morning I had the worst panic attack of my life
But now I’m surrounded by my best friends in my sweet home waiting for my boyfriend to come home from work and feeling hopeful again.
I am so vulnerable and life is so hard and so much. But it is always always worth it.
This is my jam. I had a job where people called each other family and it turned out to be the most toxic place. So much drama, and people thinking they had people who were “loyal” to each other and of course no one was. I used to talk to 10+ people from there and think they were my friends and I literally only talk to one regularly now that I’m not there every day. My bossed used that phrase “we’re a family here” etc. as a sort of unwritten contract for us to work crazy hard for her all the time for less than we deserve. Here is the New York Times article about it.
“You can love somebody all you want and their energy can still be toxic in your life.”
– one of the blondes on southern charm
I found this video really interesting. I like when she talks about the pornification of pop culture and how it just happened and we really never got to have a conversation about whether or not this should be accepted as the norm. Let me know what you think!