You do not have the right to a picture. You do not have the right to a hug. You do not have the right to an autograph.
Pretend to know the victim. Walk up to them and start a conversation with things like “Hey, I’ve been looking for you!” or “Hi, what’s up! It’s been so long!”
Sometimes, the courageous thing to do is “walk away” or “let it go.” But sometimes that is nothing more than cowardice.
After a long month of Craigslist shopping, I moved into an empty room with two other girls. Little did I know co-existing peacefully was way better than any living arrangement I had had before.
At the end of the day it’s not just about how you treat people less fortunate than you. It’s about how you treat everybody.
There’s so much chatter out there about how the feminist movement has made women hard. How their success has made them too “alpha” or masculine to maintain a relationship and that’s why they’re single.
Ask Siri questions about your own anatomy.
For a number of years, I worked as a wealth management advisor.
It’s so frustrating to have middle-aged individuals question me and my achievements or my strengths and capabilities for liking a certain boy band.
Everything in life has a purpose and everything that happens teaches us a lesson, right? By the time we reach our mid-20s we’ve learned about 98% of these lessons and there will only be dozens more each year. Maybe the lesson was different for you, but the moment is the same for us all.