It’s been a hot minute since I last wrote my confessions for my blog series; if you missed it go read it – Insecure Woes.
As I’ve gotten older I’ve experienced life and learned lessons that really has put me in touch with the type of person I am. Not only that I know what I like and definitely not like. So for today’s confessions, I want to share the quick bits that I’ve learned about myself. Maybe some of these will resonate with you too.
I’m a soft spoken person and I’ve learned that I don’t like LOUD people
One example that comes to mind is when I was following Ariana Grande on Snapchat and although I love her singing, that girl is super obnoxious and loud on Snap. I couldn’t take it, she would laugh so damn loud, it would make me roll my eyes to the back of my head. Ah to be young again right? I also used to follow Brittany Renner aka “bundleofbrittany”, but she was too loud as well and #icanteven.
It bothers me when a blogger I like to read has several misspellings/grammatical errors
It’s like the sound of nails on a chalkboard because it’s that annoying and make my eyes sore at the sight of it. It would be fine if it was once in awhile, but this blogger on every single post she writes, she always has misspellings. Does she not proofread? Guess not. I could be rich for every dollar that equated to a spelling AND grammar error. If she gave me a job to proofread her blog, I would be happy as a clam. #proofreadpeople!!
*Come to think of it, maybe I should write a blog post on how to proofread. Stay tuned…
I used to wear hair extensions every day and now I don’t care to wear them
Earlier this year I bought a bundle from Bellami Hair and I’ve only worn them less than a handful of times. I think I outgrew them. It especially makes me grateful I’m not wearing them when a guy I’m dating reaches under my neck to kiss me and his fingers won’t get stuck in there.
Having my mole made me conscious, now not so much
The only thing that bugs me is the scar that it left behind. I keep putting Vitamin E on it so hopefully, it will fade with time.
Used to fight hard to keep friendships
I would be like a sad puppy chasing after girlfriends who didn’t want to be my friend anymore and I didn’t understand why. I would even cry over them! haha. These days I’ve learned that if someone doesn’t want to be my friend, then there’s the door and I don’t cry anymore. Like they say, go where you’re celebrated, not tolerated. Deuces!
I love watching dog rescue videos on Facebook
My bff Melissa loves dogs and rescuing dogs as well so she’s always posting videos of said dogs and boy, I love them all. Especially the ones that make me bawl my eyes out. I love good stories like that and makes me happy that I rescued my dog Sebastian because who knows where he would be now without me. Probably homeless I imagine. #adoptadog
The more I drive an automatic, the more I’m feening to drive a manual
I’m at the point where I want to walk into a dealer and ask them to let me test drive a manual for Pete’s sake. I didn’t know this was going to impact me this hard, but the struggle is real. Automatics are not the business and I’m tired of it!
Donuts are becoming my favorite thing to get on the weekends
You honestly can’t go wrong with Dunkin Donuts, especially since they’re right down the street from my house. I also like being greeted by the manager who always smiles and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Maybe I just like the interaction more than the donuts, though I think they’re both sweet… literally.
Even though I hate my voice my customers tell me I have a killer phone voice
Last week a client told me that I had a killer phone voice and he flirted with me. I only wished my paycheck would be a product of that killer voice.
I still don’t like doing videos of myself and probably won’t do a Snap of me talking
If I do, it’s once in a blue moon because, like I said, I hate my voice. What’s so weird is that my voice sounds totally different when I hear myself speak than when I hear it over a phone line or a video. Does that happen to anyone else?
This is not news, but I love how I can do my makeup just as good, if not, better than a makeup artist
Long gone are the days when I would go to the MAC counter and get my makeup done for a wedding/special event. Now I can do it myself because I got makeup skills #islay. Just don’t ask me to do it on someone else, like my mom volunteered me to do a family friend’s bride’s makeup. I politely declined because let’s be honest, she would’ve looked a hot mess on her special day. It’s another story doing my own makeup vs. on someone.
So those are my latest confessions. What are some quick bits you’ve learned about yourself lately?