Why I live a zero waste life

Zero waste simply means that you do not produce any waste at home and you may have found another way of may be dealing with your junk disposal to avoid having waste. Recycling maybe an option or decomposing your junk to use in other purposes like in farms. Junk disposal really needs to be taken care of because it might bring more harm even we think that we are making our homes clean. If your home is becoming cluttered then you should become worried because poor junk disposal because there is something you not doing right. One of the reason I live a zero waste life is that living in a clean place looks and feels good. When a place is clean and organized makes you feel better and you are not afraid of inviting your friend over or don’t feel kind of awkward when you get unexpected visitors. Having a clean living room all the way to the kitchen makes you feel quite fine.

Break time.

I hate to do this; I really do. But I need to take a little break from this blog. At least for the next couple of weeks while I get acclimated to my new job. I kid you not, I made a to-do list yesterday and literally said to myself, “Oh shit.” And that reminded me of Bridesmaids which made me want to watch it and drink wine, but I couldn’t because I felt like I had to get everything done right then. Writing is really starting to stress me out more than allow me to do something I enjoy and that helps my career. See ya someday soon! <3

A very serious question.

Do you like popsicles or ice cream better in the summer? I truly can’t decide. I bring this up, because I had both yesterday and both were equally as wonderful and I am just wondering if anyone has something important to say on this topic.

Although I do want to really know what you think about that, my real question is actually somewhat applicable to something that matters in life. Would you rather be busy or have a bunch of free time? I have had the serious luxury of being able to make and adjust my own schedule for the past year, and I am just now going back into a corporate environment and not having that choice anymore. It’s definitely a huge adjustment to not make those kinds of decisions for myself anymore, but it’s one less thing I need to plan out, which is absolutely a plus. I get so stressed out trying to coordinate everything, so I am actually beyond relieved to have someone else do it for me. And to think that I wanted to be a wedding planner in college. Hilarious.

During this week alone, 5 different things came up that I hadn’t been planning on. Although at first I kind of freaked out and probably still am a little bit without even realizing it, I’m loving the fact that I don’t have a choice and my schedule just is what it is. I am the worst decision-maker in the whole world, and it is nice to be able to use work as an excuse now instead of knowing that I have the power to move things around. Even though this new job will definitely cut into my precious reality TV watching time, I think I can deal as long as TiVo is around. I don’t think I mentioned this, but I am working at a hugely popular fitness club chain and obviously have a membership there now, so it will be super easy to workout myself before I work. I also live close enough that I can run there and shower in the locker rooms before my shift, which makes me smile so big just thinking about it. Weird that running makes me smile. That scares me half to death.

On the other hand, I do not do well when I don’t have more than enough time to workout, clean, blog, respond to e-mails, watch my shows, and all those other unnecessary, but important to me, things. I know there are much bigger things to worry about and that these are all things that do not need to be done immediately and in the super quick fashion that I do them, but I get really overwhelmed if I am ever behind on something. I know I need to remember that I am cutting down time on other jobs I have been doing for a regular basis during the past year, but that just hasn’t set in yet. Am I crazy? Probably. I know I just need to get used to this new schedule,  but I am probably going to be a hot mess during the next month or so.

With that being said, if this blog gets pushed to the side or if my posts are just off the wall ridiculous, please forgive me. I’m just trying not to lose my mind with all that I have going on right now. I am super excited to start this new job and hopefully make it a career and I can be done with this whole “finding myself” thing. Although let’s be real, I have tried anything and everything (job-wise) during the past 7 years and fitness is the only thing that I have actually enjoyed and wanted to excel in. So I think I’m pretty much stuck here, whether I like it or not. And I am very lucky, because I love it. So fingers crossed this all goes well!

What’s your job? Do you like it? And I really hope you say yes, because if you say no that is going to make me very sad :(

The Bachelorette, Week 3

Thanks to Carly for this. Typical that I forgot about it during the episode though, because that requires effort on my part and I have had 0% of motivation the last few days.

This show gets more and more stupid every single week,  yet I will never, ever stop watching it. It literally disgusts me, but I just can’t give it up. This was absolutely the worst episode to date. Ever. Just some things to keep in mind that will undoubtedly make you feel better about yourself if you ever need a confidence boost.

  • “I like seeing guys in their natural state.” Are we referring to men as animals now? That’s nice.
  • I absolutely cannot stand how whiny and cry baby-ish this group of guys is. How on earth would one think a woman is going to be attracted to you by acting like more of a girl than she is?
  • If you tell a girl you were arrested for domestic violence on your second date, I don’t think there’s a huge chance she’s ever going to want to marry you. Even if it’s only for 5 minutes or so. Just saying.
  • A “man” who breaks his finger and cries and asks his girl to hold his hand and acts like he is dying of an incurable disease when he is RUSHED TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM would be off my show before he could even get to the hospital. Bye.
  • Don’t tell somebody about your day if they didn’t ask or you don’t have something exciting to say.
  • Don’t let your new girlfriend get friendly with your old girlfriend. That is a recipe for an absolute disaster if I have ever heard one.
  • Who goes on a date dancing on the side of a building? I would cry and ask to go out for drinks instead.
  • Being with more than one person is SO frowned upon in our society,  yet this woman can date 20 men and hold all their hands and kiss all of them and we are all about it. I do not understand.
  • “Did you know that I tried to kiss you today?” That’s the worst pick-up line in the history of pick-up lines I think.
  • If for some reason in real life a woman ever gives a man a rose, the appropriate response is not to give her a daisy in return. I don’t know what the appropriate response is, but that isn’t it.
  • “It’s called The Bachelorette for a reason. It’s not called let’s make friends.” But maybe it just should be. How funny would that be if it was a show about all these guys trying to be friends with each other? So much awkwardness would be involved and I would be so happy about it.
  • You are not in love with someone on your second date when they are seeing 20 other people.
  • Does anyone else say it along with Chris every week when he goes, “Des. Gentlemen. The final rose. When you’re ready.” EVERY WEEK. We can all count. We can all see there is one left. Thanks for the clarification in case anybody was confused.

And then there is Mistresses. I can’t even talk about that show, because this is supposed to be a blog applicable to all ages and that show is certainly not. I am not complaining about that though. Go watch it for yourself.

Bachelorette thoughts. Ready set go.