Tonight I went out, and within the span of about 10 minutes, was complimented by two different strangers (on my dress and bag, respectively). This generally happens to me pretty rarely so I think it lends credence to something I’ve read from other people’s weight loss experiences, which is that they get many more strangers coming up to them and talking to them now that they’re thinner, since thinner people in our culture tend to be seen as both more visible/noticeable and more approachable.
Weird and sad but interesting nonetheless.
-3 Makeup Geek brushes + 2 eyeshadow pans
-a weird new vibrator I’m reviewing soon
This beautiful, chubby, hard-to-photograph cat was hanging out in our yard this morning when I left the house to go for a walk.
IS FOR ME
AND ME ALONE
In spite of society’s tireless tirade against the selfie, I will always be in full support of it for the reason that, in my opinion, there is nothing inherently wrong with seeking attention.
You are indeed gorgeous and noteworthy and you should share your mug with the world if it makes you happy! Selfies have the power to build self-esteem, forge connections through social networking and express one’s individual style and identity. Besides, there are far worse evils in the world than taking a photo of you and your new outfit.
Or your new sweetheart.
my homegurl Arena, "In Support of the ‘Relfie’"