I realize that I haven't been posting much lately, this could be in part because I don't feel comfortable with writing anymore. That and there's nothing to say. I could complain about my love life or lack thereof, but it's not going to change my situation. Also, given the lack of readership of this blog, it's not like I can make a public declaration that will change anyone's mind. I don't know, I feel the purpose of a blog is to reveal some aspect of yourself to the public, but it's also meant to be a private channel; people should read about your life but keep it as their secret. Is it so weird that I view public blogs this way?
Anyways, to inform you of my life~ Today I purchased a Japanese whitening facial foam wash. I know, I'm ashamed that I'm perpetuating the whole "Anglo-Saxon beauty and milky white skin is supreme" notion, but I did look up this brand, and it did get good reviews.... so I just had to get my hands on it. Not to mention, I bought it not for the whitening benefits but for the whole pore-unclogging purpose that it is also intended for. So far, the results have been minimal; my face is not white nor are my breakouts less visible. Thank you Japanese face wash, I now want my five bucks back...and I hope America never imports this useless product ever again. Then again, I should have tried to much more expensive Shiseido brand; that should DEFINITELY be more effective if price were positively associated with effectiveness
Let's seeeeee. Um, I've been making consultations with friends about their careers. So far, i have prescribed being a teacher to my bestfriend, being a lawyer to my other bestfriend, and being a one-dollar hoe to myself... just kidding. No really, this whole predetermined mindset of "I'm definitely going to be a doctor", "I'm goign to be a businesswoman" is foolish. As I learned in Education 92F, most people end up in careers completely unrelated to their majors. People go through at least two CAREER changes in their lives, so nothing is really set in stone. Just take things as they go, and the rest will fall in place. Look for opportunities, but don't expect for sure you're going to end up in this path. Because once the path changes, you need to expect it or else you fail to adapt and are stuck in a bad position. I dunno, just my two cents
Gah, my ramblings have definitely gotten unstructured. I need to type more, because I feel my writing skills are slowly deteriorating.