You have completed an incredible number of unrelated tasks in procrastination for one really boring task that you’ve been avoiding for a week.
This is all things “I don’t really need this but damn it feels good to have it.”
I once made an elaborate LinkedIn account that “worked in his industry,” amassed a decent amount of connections, then requested him so it wouldn’t seem like a scam. All of this because he didn’t use any other kind of social media and I wanted the dirt.
When it comes to makeup, think in terms of “grooming/enhancing” and not “covering/changing.” We all have qualities that we can be playing up, and focusing on the basics (good skin, nice brows, lightly enhanced eyes/lips) just makes us a better version of ourselves (instead of someone else entirely).
When she’s on her way home from a big day at work, text her to be like “I’m ordering takeout from [insert her favorite place here] and opening a bottle of wine. What would you like?”
“I make sure to eat one healthy meal at lunch so that, no matter what else happens that day, I get the good stuff in and I know I’ve fed my body in a way that will keep me going.”
The act of dating someone with whom you share all of the connections and markers of a relationship, but with whom you cannot commit in any way.
Being honest about what looks good and what doesn’t, where a lesser friend would be like ‘oh you look so cute’ when you actually look like a pregnant shower curtain.
And honestly, if I were an angry guy on the internet, I’d probably be salty as hell about it, too.
Chances are high that, at least for a month, “Ohio Is For Lovers” was YOUR song.