Random Responsibility

These are the days where I have been questioning myself so much that I have lost senses. I feel numb. It feels like my emotions are so overwhelmed that they have decided to be repressed somewhere.
I remember this quote from Grey’s anatomy, “Remember when you were a kid and your biggest worry was, like if you’d get a bike for your birthday or if you get to eat cookies for breakfast. Being an adult? Totally overrated. I mean seriously, don’t be fooled. Adulthood is responsibility. Responsibility, it really does suck. Really, really sucks. Adults have to be places and do things and earn a living and pay the rent. Kind of makes bikes and cookies look really, really good, doesn’t it? The scariest part about responsibility? When you screw up and let it slip through your fingers”

I m learning. You know you read up the quotes and you are like ya. Makes sense. But until you live in, you don’t really realize the essence of words.
Right now, I m learning the most simple yet I guess toughest proverb of all the time!
” What you sow, shall reap!”

Hopefully,
Until next time,
A girl in her twenties.

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YOU ARE WHAT YOU DO (the most of) //Guest Blog

Sara Glancy is The Audition Rep Matchmaker

A follow up post inspired by Sara Glancy’s post

“Why It’s Time To Call Bullshit on The ‘Starving Artist’ Myth”

My name is Christopher Gabriel Núñez, I am a writer / actor / rapper and I haven’t worked a survival job in over a year.

Let’s be clear about one thing: The “starving artist” myth was invented by people with a different value system than you, if you are, in fact, an artist.

The starving artist myth was invented by the ancestors of people who spend seven hundred dollars on white noise alarm clocks at Sharper Image but would tell Itzhak Perlman to get a job if they saw him playing violin in Grand Central Station.

Fuck those people.

Recently, one of my favorite artists, EL-P, when asked by Adult Swim to talk about what it takes to make a living in the music industry, said something that…

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The Effort of Not Wearing Makeup

Interesting read.. never liked what make up does to us..

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article-1041224-0228AC4600000578-286_634x942 Makeup brushes are the worst. So. Much. Work.

Earlier this year I was diagnosed with a skin condition called melasma and an eye disorder called ocular rosacea. What this amounts to is having brown patches of skin, and red bloodshot eyes. It’s fair to say that 2015 has not been a great year for my face.

The melasma has meant I’ve had to coat myself in serums and sunscreen everyday, leading to vampirically pale skin. The rosacea has also meant I’ve had to stop wearing makeup altogether. Of course I can still wear lipstick, but not if I want to kiss my girlfriend often, which I do (this is another femme dilemma for another time). I’ve gone from someone who used to wear smokey eyes at breakfast, to a blankly pale-faced person.

The whole thing has been quite unsettling. But it’s also taught me a few lessons about my relationship to beauty…

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Why Your Attention Span Is A Great Excuse For Someone Else’s Failure

Tara Sparling writes

I wasn’t well last week, and ended up feeling dreadfully sorry for myself. Now, there’s nothing on earth can feel quite as sorry for itself as an Irish woman, so it can get quite dark. Anyhoo, as I lay prostrate, bemoaning the state of both my health and my immediate prospects, my lamentations eventually began to transfer themselves to the world outside as well.

And it’s a dark world, lads and lassies. Society is broken. Rent asunder by social media, reality television, celebrity gossip and cat memes. As a race, we have developed the attention span of a hungover goldfish. We can’t concentrate on anything longer than a Buzzfeed article called 21 Things Only People Who Wore Purple Underpants In 1991 Will Understand. And nobody reads full novels anymore.

My last post on e-book reading statistics – the fact that we now have access to better statistics not only on what books people are buying…

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DON’T QUIT

There is a thing about the people who are on the top of the ladder,

Idealising has been the most easiest,

Wishing we were in their place,

The struggle has never been easy,

There is something about them,

They dont QUIT!! –

Failures, mistakes, setbacks isnt new to them, they have faced it all,

There are times when the best people come in too,

But they dont become a person,

Staying, not quitting, persistence with perseverance,

Believing is what makes the difference.

Believe and dont you QUIT!