Life is full of things that, technically speaking, we are able to do, but that reasonable, considerate people refrain from doing—because it negatively impacts the other people around us.
I couldn’t figure out why I was using so much data on my phone this month and when I finally realized it was because I re-downloaded Tinder, I decided then and there that it was time to make an attempt at pulling myself together and start going on real dates again. Not to mention that I am one of those heinous girls that makes boys talk at me for, like, three weeks before finally agreeing to go out with them and this fellow had definitely paid his dues.
There is a lot of controversy that surrounds the restaurant industry- what workers deserve, the ethics of tipping or the true nature of the work. However, in all of my experiences since I joined the workforce, I feel that my time working in restaurants prepared me for the future better than any other job could have.
Keep in mind, there are women who never (ever) crack their wallets open, and that just doesn’t feel right — not in 2015. It’s up to you whether you date women like that or not.
Growing up in New York City, you get used to a certain lifestyle: A fast pace, no time for small talk, no patience whatsoever. But when you leave the city for a breath of fresh air, you leave all of that behind.
It’s like a downward spiral as I reach for my jeans and t-shirt combo, because why dress nice when my hair looks like it’s been through a wind tunnel?
1. “Don’t tell them I told you, but…” When you say this, you are giving people a clear-cut reason to never tell you anything of significance because you’ll spread it around. 2.
If you genuinely are the uncomfortable with social interaction that you’re using your phone as a buffer so as to avoid it, then you might need to re-evaluate your choices.
1. Get out of my way.
I know you’re gonna get upset with this.