Apparently my blog is written by a 13-17year old female… and the content is upsetting most of the time LOL.
I miss trying to catch all 150 because that was something I could possibly accomplish, something feasible. Now pokemon is about catching all 16082. That’s just as impossible as my real life dreams of becoming an NBA player… freakin video games… even you have forsaken me 😦
Amazing… never thought about the things bikers go through in the city
Had a very vivid, realistic dream last night… I woke up from a nap and went to the bathroom and looked in the mirror and saw that like 90% of my hair was white/grey. The weird part is that I wasn’t shocked, I just looked at it and was like “damn… that’s a lot of white hair,” and went about my business lol. I just looked up what it means to have white hair in dreams and this is what I found;
To dream that your hair is white or turns white, indicates that something important has just been made aware to you. It is a symbol of wisdom and insight. The dream may also be a metaphor suggesting that you are feeling “light-headed”. SOURCE
Pretty sweet, not gonna lie. It means I’ve either figured out something really important, which is always good… or I’m feeling “light-headed” which is pretty fun too lol. I’m pretty sure it’s the former because I don’t think I fell asleep feeling “light-headed.” I need to have some more sick dreams like this 😛
So it’s come to my attention that the few people who visit my blog, may be visiting to read my posts to simply judge me, and judge my character. For those who care, that’s why my posts have just been about stale images, silly videos and less me…
I was thinking about this and it sorta pissed me off… I’m not even mad about the fact that people come on here to read my shit and think that they know me because you still visit the page and bring my stats up lol, but I’m more mad that I’ve allowed these nobodys to direct my blog, and/or even my own life. Why do I allow such stupid things to affect me? I can’t believe that I’ve stopped writing about such titillating topics such as my deadlift/squat workouts (lol) or about relationships… I mean, that was MY niche! If you came this blog, you immediately knew what it was all about, if you wanted to come and judge me, that’s your prerogative. I never had a gun to any of your heads and forced you to read all of the smart, intellectual, fun, enthralling posts I had on here, but you still did and you decided on your own to talk shit… so how much more of a “loser” does that make YOU? eh? Well either way, I think I’m gonna have to stop being so spineless and stick to what I want to do, rather than let others’ judgements/comments dictate my life.
There’s just too many haters out there… haters all day everyday… where is the love bitches?
1) “There’s no crying in baseball” is my life.
There is no crying in baseball, thus there is not crying in my life.
All kidding aside, feeling bad about your problems does not fix your problems. Take a cue from Barney Stinson: when you get sad, stop being sad and be awesome instead.
2) Don’t Apologize
People should never have to apologize. Remember, I’m Canadian and saying this.
When you apologize, either you’re apologizing for something you never should have done in the first place or you’re feeling bad (or pretending to feel bad) about something that you really shouldn’t.
If you did something wrong, yes, apologize. But if you really did something awful, some simple words will not make it better. And while it’s “nice” to try and make people feel better, accepting blame for something you did not do is beyond stupid.
3) Be confident no matter what.
Not only is confidence sexy, but confident behavior breeds success.
If you have a job interview, who will the potential employer be more likely hire? The more confident person.
Society has crippled many of us with a belief that humility is the ultimate virtue, but that doesn’t mean you need to be a wuss. Now don’t be a cocky arsehole, but let it be known what you are capable of.
Believe in yourself or no one else ever will.
4) The best way to keep a secret? Keep it to yourself. Second best? Tell one other person, if you must. There is no third best.
I outright stole the wording from NCIS, but I have long sung the praises of being private about certain things. The best way to avoid gossip is to not allow yourself to be part of it. Be someone people can trust; keep your mouth shut.
Remember, gossips talk about other people because their lives aren’t interesting enough.
5) It’s better to seek forgiveness than to ask permission.
Live your life according to your own rules. Instead of nervously tip-toeing through life, plow through it like Travis Fryman breaking up a double-play. (Don’t get that reference? Read about Fryman here.)
Be a risk-taker. Don’t be reckless, but unapologetically go for the things you want.
See, not all of these are heavy. Lighters are useful. Interesting people sometimes need one. It’s a great way to meet new people. Always be prepared.