real, for real) this time.
I didn’t text back after that. I just stared at the screen.
intentions on breaking up with his girlfriend. There is no way to misinterpret that.
them. Someone who wants to be WITH you not just sleep with you.
out in your favor.
wanted to tell you that I enjoy reading your blog.
hooked on #DiaryOfACheater !!!!!
type of way because Harley decided to move on? He better get his life!
so glad that you enjoy my work. When I first started toying with the idea, I
wasn’t sure if people would really “get it”. I am so glad that you do.
away from the computer a few times lol!
are coming soon.
a difficult time being a stay at home mom.
bed, and doing whatever else that needs to be done for the day.
do it LATER. Later turned into tomorrow, tomorrow turned into the next day, and the next day turned into “OH
BABY, I WAS GOING TO DO THAT BUT SEE WHAT HAD HAPPENED WAS….”
as my uniform when I was teaching so I wore those same scrubs around the house to “work”. Doing that cut down on my laundry.
the dishwasher, put a load of laundry in the wash, fold the clothes that are in
the dryer, put the breakfast dishes in the dishwasher/straighten up the
dishwasher, straighten up the kitchen, put the clothes in the dryer if you hadn’t
done so already, take something out for dinner tomorrow, walk around the house
and pick up and put away things (clean up the day), get your children’s clothes
out and ready for tomorrow if they aren’t old enough to do it themselves.
everything, sweep and mop.
clean the tub, toilet, sink, mirror, sweep and mop.
under all the furniture, put away everything that does not belong in these
sweep/vacuum, clean off the night stand and dressers, clean out the drawers and
much cleaning so it didn’t take long. I would start around 9am and by 10:15 (if that long) I was finished cleaning for the day and free to lounge around and do as I please.
exciting. It seems to me, from your brief email, that you are waiting for fish to jump in the boat.
calendar (or make one) and mark down all the holiday parties.
long and hard about the reason WHY you want to go into THAT industry.
would you still want to do it? If the answer is NO… then that isn’t the business for you sweetie.
still blog. Having support from others is great and all… but you have to be willing to support yourself. Be your own number 1 cheerleader from the start.
I just recently moved out of my parents place and I am now living on my own. I wasn’t as prepared for the “real world” as I thought I was. I am having a hard time with paying bills on time and even just remembering to pay them. I don’t want to admit defeat and run home to my parents just to have them tell me “I TOLD YOU SO…” I’ve tried talking to my older sister and ask for help but all she keeps saying is “ADULTS PAY BILLS… WE JUST GET IT DONE. PERIOD.”
I am sorry to hear/read that you are having a difficult time out on your own. I understand how you feel. I was once in your shoes. When I left my parents house, I was young and extremely unprepared. I remember thinking…
“I HAVE TO PAY BILLS… LIKE EVERY MONTH?!”
In the beginning, I was barely keeping my head above water. Something had to give. I refused to go back to my Mother and tell her I couldn’t do it. I didn’t have a big sister to go to (I am the big sister) so I had to figure out a way to do what “real grown ups” are suppose to do.
I got a calendar and some markers, grabbed all of my bills and sat on my bedroom floor to come up with a plan.
I marked all of my paydays in GREEN
I marked all of the bills in RED
I went through the calendar and I did the same for each month. Then I hung the calendar up in a place that I know I would see it everyday, the bathroom mirror (.wink.)
I am the type of person that has to physically SEE something everyday. If I don’t see it, it wont get done. Here it is 10 years later and I still have to do it.
You have to do what is best for you. Find a system that works for you, and stick to it. I hope that helps.