So it’s official! Next Tuesday, I’m going to St. Augustine with some of my best buddies! Words cannot express HOW MUCH I’VE BEEN LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS. It’s a good thing I brought it up yesterday because I’m pretty sure if I hadn’t said anything, no one would’ve planned the trip until possibly the day before.
I already have my outfit picked out for the trip & also a list of songs to put on a CD. I don’t think I’ve ever said this, but I love love loveeee making CDs. It’s really fun picking out songs that people might like and later hearing them say, “That was a great track! I’m gonna add it to my iPod!”
Lalalalalalalala. So excited for the St. Augustine trip. I wish my friends lived in Gainesville so we can hang out like we used to in high school.
Only when school/work is over do I realize how much I miss them.
The proliferation of selfies on Facebook is so funny.
Some people look really good, but it makes me want to ask…
who are you posing for?
I feel like every time people upload a selfie on FB, Instagram, Tumblr/any other social media platform, they all have a person in mind who they *hope* would see & approve the post. If not one person, an audience who the individual wants to please.
And just so I don’t start any arguments; I’m not condemning anyone. There’s nothing wrong with creating a facade for ourselves. I mean, it’s part of human nature, to socialize and appeal to others. Even I have a folder for selfies in my flashdrive, which I go back to from time to time when I’m thinking of revamping my profile.
But lately, I’ve been thinking that a happy person shouldn’t feel the need to post multiple selfies on Facebook, because he/she would already have the approval from significant other/friends/parents etc. You wouldn’t have to publicize it, because they’d tell you in person “hey you look nice” or “oh gee, so-and-so, you make me so proud!”
So it’s like…to the people who posts 2+ selfies/day, who are you posing for? Who’s approval are you lacking, and wish to gain?
Handwriting Analysis: Signatures and Size
Your signature represents your public-self image:
- What you think of yourself in public
- What you would like others to think of you
- And what you think others think of you
Compare sig size to “Hope to see you before long! We Love you,”
A. Signature much smaller than writing:
- This is someone who wants attention by being so obviously unobvious.
- Example: You’re at a party where everyone is together in a group socializing, while one person is standing in a corner by himself… Who do you notice?
Oh snap, my signature is huge.
Hahaha, I just saw my Betta fish yawn!!!!!!
…ANYWAYS, today marks the day in which I memorized 100/500 flashcards for the GRE. Very proud of myself, but I’m not doing so well in the math department. After a week of attempting to answer questions, I’ve come to realize that I don’t remember how to do anything past addition and subtraction (I’m exaggerating, of course…)
Instead of answering questions out of my study booklet, I’m on SparkNotes copying down the simplest formulas. UGH. It definitely doesn’t help that I haven’t done these things since middle school and the only math class I took in college was Statistics (freshman year!) -_-‘
I swear, I get dumber every year and it’s depressing.