I have mega-anxiety, with depression mixed in for funsies. Sometimes, it’s altogether too much, and I don’t want to do anything. I know what I should do, but it doesn’t matter. The best physical way to describe the feeling: like having a to-do list in your hand and a shackle on your ankle, while someone yells “You suck!” at you repeatedly (Also, this all takes place in a sauna). We all have different triggers: your body, your intelligence, your family, your financial situation, your past, your present, your future…I could go on forever. There is literally no end to the things we can think about that will make us feel like total crap. So what can we do to make it better?
It’s a short post today! I’m suuuuper sick, and I’m too tired and fevery to really sit up for too long. However, there is a silver lining- I’ve done NOTHING but watch movies over the past 24 hours. I just finished Boogie Nights (wow.) and that’s not even on my “Movies to watch in 2016” list. Somehow, actually watching movies on my list never happens.
With all the talk about contouring, highlighting, accentuating…. we don’t ever really talk about what to do when the make-up comes off. Why? Is it not glamorous enough? Bullshit. Let’s talk skincare and make it simple.
Sometimes, you wake up knowing you’re part of something bigger and way more amazing than you ever imagined. I spent this weekend visiting different metaphysical (read: magic!) shops around my area with my hubby. It was so inspiring. I want to love myself, and others more. I want to overhaul my home. I want to really give life my all….while looking fucking awesome and kicking ass. Here’s how I’m doing it in April.
Okay. Let’s start with the obvious: Fight Club is amazing, and a personal favorite. It was released in 1999, directed by David Fincher, and based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk. If you haven’t seen it, and it magically hasn’t been spoiled for you yet, go watch it right now. This website will still be here when you get back. We can wait for you.
That being said, SPOILERS AHEAD!
4 films to make you dream of fabrics, textiles, makeup, and shoes. You’re welcome.