Just your typical millennial I guess. Eating the right stuff because I can't afford anything past my current debt. East Coast living. I enjoy hiking and being lazy all at once. Existential crisis for the win.
'Spider-man: Far From Home'
Like many MC Universe fanatics, I decided two weekends ago to battle the crowds in a movie theatre to watch the latest movie that Marvel has to offer: Spider-man: Far From Home. I had been waiting for this movie to come out ever since Endgame left me craving more, so I of course wanted to see it as soon as I could.
17 Reasons Why
*Spoiler Alert for 13 Reasons Why *Trigger Warning for suicidal thoughts Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why must be one of the most controversial shows when it comes to how they handle suicide and depression. For months following its premiere, my Facebook newsfeed was packed with criticisms of the show. Some people even suggested the show being too triggering to watch for someone who has suffered from suicidal thoughts or depression.
Makeup Bag Tips for Beginners
Growing up, I went through an “awkward makeup” stage. I knew how to apply makeup from watching my mother when I was a child, but when it came to actually buying my own I didn’t have a clue. I started wearing makeup regularly in high school, and I was a big fan of the alternative scene. At first my mother didn’t approve of dark or heavy makeup, so I had a blue eyeliner pencil I bought at a dollar store, a tube of mascara I got from her, and a tube of concealer I bought myself at the store. Thankfully after becoming interested in YouTube makeup tutorials, I began to figure out more on what I needed to complete a look for the day. Now that I’ve been a makeup wearer for at least a decade, I think it’s time I share what I’ve learned from my trials and errors at the beauty counter and share what should be in your first makeup bag.
The Double Edged Sword: Dry and Oily Skin
I know the struggle all too well. The bridge of my nose would be flaky at the same time pimples would be cropping up on my forehead from my forehead being too oily. Around I went in the vicious skincare cycle, adding astringents and drying agents to my face to get rid of the pimples and then adding oils to my face for the dry spots. It's a never-ending battle for people who have both skin types.
I Hate My Job...Here's What I Learned
My first job was a delight, my second job not as quite. My second job was as a pharmacy technician for a major multi-million dollar drug store and it was a nightmare. I was in the busiest store within our district, underpaid, with bad management and at times horrible customers. At the time I would have given anything to get away from the job that was sucking the life out of me one prescription bottle at a time, but looking back, I am happy I stuck with it for as long as I did because it gave me a well-defined list of life lessons: