We’ve all done things that fall under the “what happens in that place stays in that place” umbrella. However, that umbrella does not cover the small part that falls outside of it, which is to tell your best friends about it.
If you’re guilty of any of these, you can pretty much rest assured it’s why she never granted access.
Clothes make you feel better. So do shoes. So do groceries. Nothing is off-limits when you’re dealing with your mood via retail therapy.
The one who only wants to take pictures.
We judge your shoes. We judge your hair. We judge your job. But did you know we also judge your drink order when we’re out at a bar or restaurant?
For most of my life and definitely the majority of my young adulthood, I’ve struggled with being an in-betweener; You know – not super thin, but not “plus size” either. Not exactly “skinny,” but definitely not outright “chubby”…
I contribute my last remaining glimmers of sanity to the ones I refer to as “best friends.” The difference between a best friend and a friend is vast and incomparable, so it’s time to recognize this and thank them for it.
9. Don’t sacrifice your dreams for someone else’s.
Calling other girls basic.
Stop taking your amazing friends for granted and start going on dates with them instead. No pressure, no nothing – just fun.