Top: Dark gray blazer - Aritzia $125, blue & white striped silk tank - forever xxi $20?, white jeans aren’t new but also from forever xxi
Bottom: Pink tank - Aritzia $18 (on sale), gray high waisted skirt - H&M $25
*disclaimer: the bottom left picture is only(!) to show the buttons on the skirt (the reason I bought it)
the comfort of the blues
Top: blue romper - Bubble Gum Fashion in Kensington Market $40
Bottom: Charcoal Converse Chuck Taylors - Get Outside $62 (on sale)
Bottom right: nothing new, just being comfy. Plaid flannel from R. (Aritzia), gray American Apparel v-neck from Athletes World $20?, Roots boyfriend sweatpants $can’t remember
Miley Cyrus, KStew, Demi Lovato, etc. are kinda a big deal in pop culture right now. but I’m gonna pull a Kanye and say excuse me for two secs but Jennifer Aniston is the real deal. classic beaut, can actually act, doesn’t have funny teeth, dead eyes (seriously KStew, are you even alive?), and best of all, never dated a JoBro.
plus, what girl doesn’t want her legs? favourite Hollywood lady, hands down.
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not sure what it is, but holy good looking.
I’m drinking an extremely delicious juice - it has apple juice, peach, mango, strawberry and banana purees.
the thing is though, it looks like this:
YEAH, IT LOOKS LIKE SWAMP
WATER MUD/DIRT/POOP. for a perhaps clearer photo:
yes people, it looks like I’m essentially drinking mud mixed with a little bit of green food colouring.
did you picture this when I mentioned all those delicious fruits?
if so, I’d prefer drinking that, too.
but the murky green drink (called Original LIFEFOOD by Odwalla, by the way) has, on top of all the fruits, wheat grass, barley grass, wheat sprouts, and jerusalem artichoke. and at per 250mL it contains 20 less calories than the Mango Tango by Odwalla, 8g less sugar, and 0g fat versus Mango Tango’s 1g saturated fat!
sad thing is, it took me a long time to be able to drink the Original because of the colour. so what does this say about people? we have so many predetermined thoughts about things that we don’t even really realize it.
there was a study that showed those optical illusion houses (example) that are built with walls on different angles to give off the impression that it’s the people who are changing in size. our brains are instantly thrown off because we are used to houses being all the same, built perfectly structured without weird lines. similarly, I’m used to dark, murky colours being associated with…well, crap. but it’s delicious!!
even though it’s hard for me to bring the drink to my mouth, it’s too good to not drink. so I’m going to have to get over this crazy predetermined judgment I have and maybe re-evaluate things other things I might not be giving a chance based on misconstrued perceptions.
such a long post, oops.
i really dislike running, but i’d really like to be thin. i keep waiting for the day i start to love running.
so i generally believe in the better of people, give people benefit of the doubt, etc. but then there are some people who really just shock me and blow me away.
example: i was hanging out with a boy last summer, call him W. super sweet guy, nothing happened because it’s me and let’s face it, i avoid all commitment when possible. this summer we reconnected and he starts talking like i wonder what could have happened with us, i wish i had found out, i had so much fun with you, we should do it again. pardon me? you have a girlfriend.
okay, so that’s all whatever and i stopped replying to him. but what’s crazy is that he’s engaged now. pretty much a month or so after saying those things to me. if his fiancee knew, how would she feel? how often do people do this?
i don’t know his relationship so i can’t say anything but this is just me wondering in general - how often do people settle, and why do they do it? and this goes further than just loveydovey relationships but also to friendships - why do people put up with people in their lives that they don’t like? why do people tolerate ignorance, rude behaviour, and turn the other cheek when faced with disrespectful people? how can people know that something isn’t right and still put up with it? i can see opposing arguments such as tolerating shows you stepping up to be the bigger person, etc. but i see silence as agreement and encouragement. being silent around a rude person is just as harmful as egging him on.
anyway, back to W. - wish him and his fiancee all the best. just glad i didn’t date a guy who was so ready for a lifelong commitme- sorry, i can’t even finish that word.