Starting a new job can be just as exciting as it is daunting. But it’s important to know that everyone in the work force, whether it be a self-employed job or gig on the side, has had a 1st day – so you’re not alone! How relieving right? But even though your peers and even your boss has had their first day, it might not take the edge off for you. So here are some pointers and things to keep in mind when going into your new job. Congrats, they picked you!
Here we are… In 2019. It’s hard for me to break down what I’ve been through these last couple of years. Not because I don’t remember what’s happened or I’m afraid to talk about it – but I don’t think the English dictionary has words that can explain it. For you to understand. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, losing my sister and best friend, heart failure, CMV, medications, trichotillomania, and depression. Despite all the negatives, I love myself now more than you’ll ever know.
I am the biggest minimalist that probably ever existed. The idea of having multiple steps to something like makeup sounds very unappealing and I’m most definitely not interested. Kristen from Total Beauty completely agrees with me – “When it comes to face makeup, most of us will go to amazing lengths in order to find that perfect product. That one foundation, powder or concealer that completely hides spots, minimizes lines and creates an overall flawless finish. (Does one such product even exist?) We will spend a ton of cash — maybe not on one product, but on the hundreds we’ve tested in a lifetime — read reviews until we’re dizzy and, of course, allow makeup artist after makeup artist to convince us that their product is the best.” Well I’m no makeup artists or makeup guru with millions of subscribers on YouTube, but when it comes to setting powders I can tell you wholeheartedly that I seriously LOVE Sacha Cosmetics Buttercup Powder.
We have made it to the official year – Kobe year! Although my birthday was actually on a Thursday, it was only right to extend it into the weekend. It’s crazy to think that I remember my 18th birthday like it was last Wednesday and it’s even more bizarre to think I wasn’t suppose to see 22 (I proved them wrong).
It’s amazing to think that people make a living from blogging. It’s become this phenomenon that is so much more than some dinky website you created in 7th grade to write about your crush in hopes that no one would see it. We’ll call that Sugarcane5987 or something irrelevant to the blog itself. Times have changed and it’s amazing to think that blogs are no longer seen as an online journal but as an advertising platform… A platform for each individuals brand.