Cover of Friends with Money
Do we really have to be glamorous to be the greatest bloggers out there? Do we really need to have drama in our lives in order to attract readers? I get that feeling time to time. I am a big fan of blogging and I’m a frequent blog visitor and love sharing.
But there are times my life is so boring, like most of the people I know, it makes me puke reading others clubbing experiences, sex partners and restaurant reviews. How does everybody afford all that stuff?
I’m gonna tell you what I did today. I had family over, watched two movies starring Jenifer Aniston, cause I’m a huge fan “Just go with it” and “Friends with money“. I had sex with my boyfriend and then started wondering…
Hey, I don’t have money, I don’t have the great job ever but I do have many friends with money and I don’t give a shit about their situation. .The way things are going I wouldn’t mind being a maid.
Where am I getting with this? Simple things that people are bored to read about these days. Stupid, everyday stuff that we do and complete our lives. Thoughts that come out from a movie or a conversation. When all of this stopped being the main topic of our blogs and sex, relationships, clubs and other people’s lives came and took place?
Maybe I am the glamorous blogger, because in years I finally understood what blogging means to my life.
So today I had family over, we ate and had coffee, I watched two movies of Jennifer Aniston, I’m a huge fan o Jennifer, she is so lovely and after everything I had sex with my boyfriend, I just went into the office naked and took him by surprise. I opened my laptop and published a post about my fabulous life.
Image by @boetter via Flickr
Every year we learn fascinating things or we go through difficulties. I’ve decided to write about things that really impacted me through 2010, hopefully someday these posts will be a reminder not to make the same mistakes or of how wonderful life is beyond materialism.
1. I see mean people. I was raised to believe in the good in people. Yay, right. Until I met selfish, ungrateful, jealous, gossipy, liars, people who would love to see you hurt.
The past two years were revelating for me, people whom I had in the list of friends and relatives, showed their true colors whenever I revealed my happiness. From the moment I moved east I felt alone. And in 2010 there’s the highlight.
It became clear to me; friendship is being threatened, people are mean. Not everyone likes to see you happy, not everyone is there to help you. The only person you can rely on is yourself. So I look myself in the mirror and I’m happy to have that best friend, me.
What bothers me is that people close to us, given the opportunity; they’re being ironic, mean and jealous. Yesterday some of them actually for the second time after many months gone by gibed us for our European trips last year. And I’m pretty sure that they are all about judging and criticising.. I mean, if there’s anything you wish to tell me, tell it to my face, be honest and stop taunting me.
Why is it that when you do something that you really like and makes you happy, others just want to take it away from you? Is it ungratefulness that makes people can’t handle others happiness?
- Don’t Judge Me! (tausnowflakes.wordpress.com)