Caring for yourself is so d*mn expensive. I’m trying to be more caring and loving to myself this year. I didn’t really start doing this until a few years ago because, well, it’s just so expensive! I realized at one point that if I don’t even try to take care of myself, then I also don’t have the right to complain about how I look and feel about myself.
I shouldn't be allowed to whine about how I don't like myself if I don't do anything to improve myself.
Being in self-quarantine is definitely a time to self-reflect and improve oneself. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still getting f*cked over right now because I’m a part of the customer service/hourly wage life, but one needs to focus on the good side in order to stay sane.
When I first thought about minimalism, I thought it was a pretty neat concept. I thought it was about possessing very little but making the most of everything you got. The pictures always seemed so clean and neat… also very little. To me, minimalism is what hones the idea of keeping the things that hold importance and value and it’s one of the definitions of the term that I follow:
It has finally happened, folks! I’m no longer living the paycheck to paycheck life.