The Roaring Twenties-New Beginnings

Well, (1)

First of all, if you catch me Phrynne Fisher-ing myself into crime scenes, I don’t want anybody to be surprised, because in the next decade or so I’ll probably do some even more stupid things.

I’m kidding-though everybody in that show’s an icon.

That’s beside the point; though, because it’s Twenty-Twenty, and your girl has some resolutions.

Now, if you read my last post, you’ll know that this is my year of healing. Which is dramatic, but again, if you want to get some context for this years goals-you can check it out.

Moving forward.

I recently worked on my list, and I’ve finally concluded that it’s actually a mighty fine resolution look, considering I’ve broken it down into bite sizes. Confused? So was I going into it, and then I came up with this.

So, I broke my resolutions into the following:

Main Skills

School

Experience

Events (I’m aware those two are redundant, but let’s just roll with it)

Finance

Writing

Spiritual Growth (not shown)

 

      Main Skills

Now for Main Skills, I put Drawing, and Voice Acting. Voice acting is still something I find fascinating, and if nothing else, I’d love to develop a more confident voice that can hook someone into a conversation-because as it stands I’d do a great job at being a Nap Time Professor.

*Ahem*

I digress.

Drawing is something I’ve always enjoyed, and after Inktober, and getting to talk more about art with a good friend of mine, I find myself wanting to develop this skill I have (If this was the Sims I’d be level one).

So, for each of these, I put how I’m going to achieve these goals-such as drawing at least once and week, and applying for VA rolls to get my voice more…I don’t know words right now, but you know, that word that I’m thinking.

                           School

So when it came to school, I’m in my Senior Year-The crunch time is real, my dudes.

So is the lack of sleep. There’s no reason for that, though, I just don’t like sleeping.

I’m rambling. Ultimately, my goals are to complete two local community college classes (It’d be more but this is a self-funded endeavor, and making just a few dollars over minimum wage doesn’t necessarily cover the classes).

I also intend to graduate (being Homeschooled you have to really work for it and apply yourself-I’m the first Homeschooler to graduate in my family, so I’m really treading the way for my younger brother. My point is nobody has any idea on what we’re doing).

Getting into college, as well as passing the SATs are two major things. I even put my ideal scores for the SATs. I’d like to get higher, and ultimately, I’m aiming for hire, but that’s my minimum score. Essentially the entire point with SATs is, I need extra effort for math, and recently I’ve finally relented on the idea that I maybe sorta definitely need help because something is wrong if no matter how hard I study, I don’t understand math. That being said, Third times a charm, and I’m very prepared this time around. (I’d say more on the college front, but dude, that’s self-explanatory, college is my ultimate goal).

 

Experience/Events

I’m combining the two because I was redundant and didn’t realize it until after I finished my list, and was like “Well sugar cookie it, I know what I mean”.

I can assure you in five months’ time, I probably won’t remember why I was so redundant and will think too hard on absolutely nothing.

The events though

Going to a Concert…specifically NeedtoBreathe.

My poor friends had to read my breakdown about not being able to see the band IRL last night in our group chat. I don’t know how they can stand me sometimes.

Go on a missions trip-I’m already signed up for one in June, it’s not out of states, but you know what, I’m a firm believer that missions start at home.

Going on a hike-where I’m aiming to go to college, they are surrounded by mountains, and when I was younger, I loved hiking. I still love it to this day, and it’s honestly something I’d love to do, even just in the mountains near us.

Have a graduation dinner-I don’t want to walk across a stage or do a big party (those are actually options even if I am homeschooled), I just want a small dinner with those I’m close with to celebrate the fact that I finally stinking made it.

Go to Comicon-I don’t know, I just want the experience.

Apply for Jobs near college-I’m broke, I don’t know how to explain why I need to get a job.

 Finance

Save 2,000 (Total)  Whether I burn it on classes or not, that’s the goal

Find the Best Credit card- I know essentially credit cards are bad, but I’ve been doing research and talking with other people, and I’ve found it might help to raise my credit if I can keep up with it. I know that student credit cards have great benefits, and I know I can manage one, I just want to make sure I find the best one for me, for when I turn eighteen.

Learn about Investing- I may be slightly money-hungry, but I really want to learn about investing. If I can invest properly, I might be able to help build my income and work on self-sustainability.

Find a Side Hustle-I have my blog, but it doesn’t do too much; though I know there’s something out there that I can do that can make a little bit of cash on the side of my job.

Writing

Finish Writing First book (Let’s not talk about the fact this has been my goal for five years)

Edit First Book-Yes, this has also been on my resolution list for five years.

I know, it hurts me too.

 

SO

I want to know

What are y’all’s resolutions, and I’m serious, I’d love to know! I always find this time of the year to be so exciting-new beginnings excites me, and I think this year is going to be a great year for a lot of people.

I’ve decided to make a separate post of Spiritual resolutions, because this one is pretty long, and I know I’ll probably get pretty raw about some of my recent struggles, SO

I can’t wait to see you then, and again, let me know-what’re your resolutions? Are you looking forward to this year? Do you have any big events? My brother’s biggest event is he’s getting his learners  permit in another month (they grow up so fast).

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November Ipsy-UHM WHAT

So last week I darted for the mailbox, triumphant to have received what I was waiting for so long (after I took like, two naps because this fall has kicked up allergies I forgot I had and I think I’ve died a little as the months go on); my Ipsy bag. So I admit, I do like this, I receive some pretty neat things in this bag-and even added a three dollar add on to this bag. That being said, I was a little hesitant about this month’s bag, and is it sad to say I both love and hate it all the same? Like, I hate animal print, and somehow I like the bag more than one of the products I received?

But, before we get to complete thoughts, let’s go over this month’s bag.

This months theme was “Wild”, and the bag itself was actually something I don’t loathe like I said, I really do dislike animal print-probably because a majority of the things I received as a kid was zebra print, and even then I didn’t like the fact it made feel like a snooty-boujie person (nothing against animal print, but it’s not my personal style). The quality of the bag is what I expected last month’s bag to feel like, which is basically-decent quality. The zipper had a tastle which was a cute touch. Overall, the bag was okay-not something to be stoaked about, but I did like it, and it provided a good travel bag for a weekend trip I took.

Sorry for the poor camera quality-but anyway, here’s the list of items I received in the bag. Take a guess at the product that I ended up hating.

MAC CLEANSE OFF OIL – I did add on this cleanser, which was smaller then I expected,  (I probably should have read more about it before adding it on), but it gave me an idea of the product, and I found it to work really well, so I will most likely be buying the full product, when I get little extra money, because even a little bit goes a long way, and I go through make-up wipes like nobodies business. I would suggest this-just don’t purchase the sample, it’s not worth the price. (I paid 3 dollars, in case anyone was wondering, the tube’s good for maybe three uses).

Gigi Gorgeous Less is More (Ipsy Exclusive)- Right, this is definitely a product I’ll use. The tube was actually a decent size, which I can appreciate, and it was a nice color. Um… don’t close your mouth after you put it on though, I kept having to wipe it off my teeth, and I’m not sure that’s practical. Also, Less is More isn’t just a name it’s a warning-don’t put a ton on your lips, a little goes a long way. (My bad). All that aside, like I said, it’s a nice color, it has a luxurious feel, and I will be using it.

Color Club Nail Polish– I actually was so STOKED to receive this product. I’ve been into doing my nails-even if I do it poorly, but it gives me something that I enjoy doing.

Can I just say, WHO KNEW how tragic this nail polish was?

So, first off, the polish has a pleasant smell for Nail polish, and the color was okay, when I saw the list of things I was receiving, and then I opened the package, and then I put the polish on, and then I took a picture, I came up with several different colors. I thought it was going to be a rasberry color -it’s not-, and then when I grabbed a picture of it looks like…that, and then I put it on and it was red? Anyway, the point is, that was already like a…eh. So I go through and the next day I’m getting ready for church, have a little extra time, let’s try some nail polish.

SIR.

WHO GAVE IT PERMISSION TO BE SO-SO, ANNOYING?

It was very liquidy-feeling, it kinda spilled everywhere, and to get anything off my fingers so I could go to church with remotely normal-looking nails (because the polish didn’t work with me), I went through four cotton balls and so much nail polish remover that my cuticles flipped out and started to appear in a tyrant, and I was left with red around my fingernails that basically STAINED my nails, no matter how much soap and water I used. To give you an idea, I didn’t get a picture of my nails the days following, but up until yesterday, I looked like I had taken up gutting animals in my past time. And the photos I have for today, which is approximately five days later, this stuff is still stuck on my hands, and I might have to cut my pinky nail, just to get the nail polish out from underneath it (I have NO idea how it got there). And I would like to say “Oh it’s my fault I don’t know how to use it”, and I am clumsy, but nail polish should never make this much of a mess, or look bad. Thank God I didn’t have anywhere important to be, or else that would have been pretty embarrassing (I’m not embarrassed by chipped polish, in my head it shows just how busy I can be. However, the color did look like blood, and rimmed my fingers nails, and had embedded into the skin surrounding my fingers so…).  So no, I don’t personally suggest the polish. It was quite a problem, I’ll still link it, in case you do like it, because for all I know, I could have had a fluke or something. I don’t know. All I know, is that I have a full-sized product of polish I can’t use until I cosplay or Halloween.

Murad Essential C Moisture Broad Spectrum– Can I just say, how much I like Murad products? I could never afford a full price product, this one itself is like, 65 dollars, but the products really are quality, and they do feel nice. TIt went on smoothly, and came in enough time, because my skin has been painfully dry (I’ve been layering on the acne products), and it was nice to have something counteract it. If I had one complaint it would be how small the product is. I don’t expect anything big, but I don’t want a doll-sized tube.

La Chlrosi Face Mask– As I write this, I’m wearing the mask/ giving it a try. I really wish they had sealed it better, because as soon as I punctured it, the seal ended up in the mask, which was frustrating, but anyway. I like a good mask, it’s kind of one of those fancy things that makes me feel extra. I like this one, it has a nice(ish texture). I will say it has a gritty feeling, which is strange because there are some parts that are incredibly smooth feeling. The mask also has a perfume smell, like a nice scented laundry detergent (I still stand by my previous claims of being a whole NOOB to make-up and all). It does have a make-up undertoned smell which, I think is inevitable, but definitely a bit strange to get that sort of smell while you smelling a rosey-laundry smell. In regards to how it feels-it definitely has a stiff feeling. I didn’t coat my entire face (I probably should have). Anyway, update in another fifteen minutes.

Update (literally a minute later)- On the website, it’s classified as a Mud Mask. EXCUSE ME. I never would have guessed. I suppose I should have as it’s clay, but that’s beside the point. I WISH dirt smelled this good.

Update- Fifteen Minutes in; I’ve just knocked some of the mask into my eye (accidentally, clearly), and it’s very powdery. I’m going to take this off now.

Final Thoughts- My skin just looks more red and agitated than usual. I’m not sure that was a good idea. And usually, my skin feels better, but right now it feels…tacky? It’s weird. Will I use it again? Yes. If somebody brought it for me, I’d use it, but if I passed it in the story, I wouldn’t give it a second thought, or spend my own money on it.

Pixi By Petra (Eyeshadow)– EXCUSE ME.

WHO GAVE THIS EYESHADOW PERMISSION TO BE SO PIGMENTED? This eyeshadow, this stuff down below.

I never knew how much I needed to get some quality make-up. The thing is, it’s actually fairly cheap for something that nice. I’ve been experimenting with the eyeshadow, trying out darker-eye shadow looks. I just…it’s gorgeous man. I do suggest it, and I had swatches,but the pictures were bad, and the eye shadow pallet is somewhere in this room (I know I keep mentioning the trip and being cryptic-it’s not that cryptic, it was outside, and I did a whole lot more then usual-including panicking about being on a trip-long story. The point is in my tizzy before I left, I’ve forgotten where I put it). That being said, if you need some nice eyeshadow with a pretty shine, I would suggest this, I’m actually a big fan.

Final Thoughts-

I’m honestly disappointed with this bag. Nothing was as exciting as I’d liked it to have been. I’m just…yes there were some good parts (the eyeshadow), and Murad, and then two products that I don’t care about, and the one I loathe. I don’t know, I give this one 5 out of 10 ginchies. I feel like they missed the mark with these products, at least for me. But I want to know, what are your thoughts on this month’s Ipsy bag? Are you subscribed to Ipsy? What were your favorite parts of the bag? I’d love to know!

Let me know down below!

Stay Ginchy,

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A BUTT TON of Make-up (Nyx Everyday Glow Look Kit Review)

Today’s Post is Sponsored by FabFitFun Box. Get your discount and fun little box down below.

Well

So, I recently had a birthday, and have approximately 359 days until I’m a whole grown adult. That being said, I also lost my make-up (catastrophically) in the midst of house renovations (and moving rooms around), so I decided, what better excuses to burn my hard-earned money on beauty enhancing things, other than my birthday.

So, here’s a little run-down on what I got (just the basics, I’m not a beauty guru-I barely mastered the hand of applying mascara).

Nyx, Everyday Glow (Look Set)

Place of Purchase: Kohls

Total: $16.00 (On Sale)

Thoughts:

I do love this set, I really do.

Mainly the eyeshadow.

Basically the eyeshadow.

Anyway,

I have this great Asian skin, that once tanned, but then, my Italian side started to play a role, and now, I just…sweat…when I’m in the sun.

The point is, I can’t wear lipstick very well, it interacts with my skin color in a funny way, gives my this strange illusion of being a dollar store goth girl (I wish I could pull off the goth look). And if not, I just, don’t have lips, and they are a naturally more pink color, and it’s really just a bunch of factors that make the lipstick TERRIBLE for me, but luckily, there is one color that really matches my skin-and forgive my babbling.

Here are the swatches.

The color that I found looked the best on me was the top color, it was just the right pink with a hint of a darker color that I needed.

On other thoughts-this lipstick does last a good amount of time. I put it on when I went to work, and it lasted until lunch (so roughly five hours), and then I went to my party (I went bowling with a few friends and my family-good times) and it lasted well into the evening, and my TV binging following, so I do suggest this lipstick, in general, if you’re looking for something that lasts.

Now, for the highlight.

(I’m still learning how to use the camera function on my phone, apparently.)

Listen.

I don’t understand highlight.

I have oily skin-the whole point of concealer and foundation for me is to be less of the shining sun and more of a lightning bolt.

So why am I whipping more shiny juice on my face?

I digress, I do sometimes put it on-and then regret it because people can see me a mile away, and I just want to make friends-not blind other drivers.

But for highlight, and from other people’s ideas on highlight- I would say it’s really nice all things considered, it’s very sparkly and bright. I do appreciate the way it swatched across my hairy arms (are you supposed to shave your arms-the juries still out on that, but even then-winters coming, and I’m not getting rid of my built-in coat anytime soon). I also appreciate the color variety, I don’t know how highlight works, but it seems okay. I do have to say that I can use two colors on a normal look, and then maybe one or two if I’m feeling wild, and I don’t have to go out for another two hours (give them time to cool off before they meet the real world). The other colors are darker, but I guess anyone can wear them?

Again, I don’t watch beauty gurus, I watch health & fitness channels and mukbang channels (you know, balance).

The Eyeshadow-

(I I these pictures aren’t phenomenal, but I was SO excited to try this new makeup, nothing was stopping me from these types of photos).

She’s gorgeous. Seriously, my favorite eyeshadow. I have a huge E.L.F pallet from Christmas, but I do love this pallet-just one problem.

I can’t get it to layer/blend like I want. I know how to layer two-to-three colors and make it look consistent (sort of), but with this pallet, the colors are so over-powering that it actually will cancel out any other color that it’s paired with, and it doesn’t really work as an under-eye color. But I still do love it, and the colors. It works really well for a natural look, and I still am very excited to use it.

All that set aside, I am very excited to announce, that along with my attempt at make-up (it says part one, so let’s hope I actually make a part two) post, I actually have a sponsor to go along with all my lifestyle folk (including myself).

*I also want to note that before I jump into this pitch, that by having sponsors this will help me to keep ads off my blog. I know I’ve been adding them a lot, and it can get annoying, but I do appreciate the patience you all have exercised. As a high school/college student, I’m hoping to be able to put more time into this, but in order to do that, I have to pull a little bit more revenue. I actively reached out with these sponsors, because I knew of their brands, and found them to be something I personally am very interested in. Please don’t let this affect your interactions with my blog, this is very exciting, as, after three years, we’re finally doing really well. My content won’t change because of the sponsors, and again, I do appreciate your patience!*

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**PITCH OVER**

So, now, my question stands-what exactly are some key parts of make-up? Is setting spray important, and most of all? If my eyebrows are bushy, are they still something I’m supposed to fill-in? I’d love to know!

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Why I believe in Being a Rejected Misfit

**Quick clarification-this is another essay I wrote during my school project, it’s not perfect-I wrote it in a bit of haze-and it’s one of those things it was a bit complicated for me to write. This is a majority of who I am, it’s the story behind yours truly.

 

“Why am I not good enough?” These are the words that played over in my head on repeat for years on end, creeping up on my every laugh, my every comment, or movement.

Those words turned into internal apologies to those around me, in and out of my life. The words shifted into “I’m sorry, I’m not good enough.” I’d like to say that to this day, those thoughts don’t creep up on me, that my laughter doesn’t have a backlash to it. It does, though. These thoughts streamed from years of “You don’t matter”, inadvertently thrown my way, until one year, I faced the people my parents had been spending years defending me from. For the first time in my life, the words “You will never matter.” Left one person’s lips, in an extended, very clear, meaning. “You don’t deserve what you have.”
       Still, I stood there, offering a second chance to this person, trying to give them the broken pieces of my trust, the little I had left, and just like that, they walked away. I was, dejected, disheartened, but most of all, suddenly, very, very, alone.
My parents worked hard to keep me away from this targeted negativity, it’s a little bit harder to do when it’s your own family rejecting, and hurting you, though. They were stuck in a cold, hard place- give up their family they had, or, the family they had created. Guilt was my close friend following that decision. I had put someone in a situation unfair to any man on this earth. I hated causing the inner turmoil, I despised the emotions that came with it. I tried to cover up these emotions, though. I had to prove everyone wrong-prove that I meant something. That I did belong. That there was a reason I was here, and those who never had a chance, weren’t. Why I survived, and they had to die. My rejection from those supposed to love me, started long before my birth, at the unfortunate passing of those who were to born only months before me. The question posed to my parents was few words, but the most painful to hear, and answer.”Why does she get to live, and they had to die?” Throughout my childhood, this statement still lingering, I was pushed aside, teased, and overall, I developed a keen eye for the “unintentional” insults thrown my way. Time and time again, thrown into the idea that I never mattered, and never would. I was never worth giving up certain events for or even listening to for ten minutes. I was never worth enough to be concerned when I was very sick. I was, cold-heartedly rejected.
       The emotions from such a task played hard on me, but I still fought to strive. During these years of pain and rejection, I played with the idea of proudly being an outcast, or even, a Misfit. The term was something my brother and myself had played with for a while, deeming ourselves the “Misfit Twins”, due to the years spent arguing with people who insisted on us being twins. Of course, the term, “Misfit”, used then, meant very simply, “A Different Kind”, but following, the word took on a whole new meaning for us.
We had always played as the outcast in our family, as mentioned before, rejected, both of us in our own ways, feeling the pain. We searched for a way to embrace this difference we felt toward our family, and eventually, to society. Misfit seemed to fit the idea. We were different, we were unique, never meant to fit the mold, proud to have it broken after our design. More importantly, there was a particular song that played a role. “Welcome to the Island of the Misfit Toys”, a rendition done by KJ-52. The song spoke the powerful words of how God loved everybody, and how, even though we were misfits, outcast by our family and society, God was still there for us, He still cared, and, by some small hope, we believed we actually mattered. Even though my parents pushed reassurance of love, and positivity on us, the pain we both felt meant something.
Following the reclamation of the term, and our proud new use, I had another decline in my views on things, the questions I had asked appearing again, apologizing again. I struggled with the idea of being rejected, of being pushed away, but like the term of Misfit, I wanted to turn it into something positive. I didn’t need their acceptance, and to this day, I couldn’t tell you what good enough, actually was. Maybe, I preferred to be rejected for not being good enough, maybe I preferred to be rejected by them, because, if I was accepted, then did that mean I was like them? Perhaps. I continued to plead with God for my purpose, to give me the peace my heart longed for, to give me the strength to heal, to forgive, to finally rest. In the meantime, I decided that a reject was someone I was, and I wasn’t made to always be accepted. I believe in being a reject, I believe in being a Misfit. I believe that God created my story to be that of a Rejected Misfit, and it isn’t as bad as it sounds. I believe that I am here for a reason, I believe that I am, and always will be, a Rejected Misfit, a term I will proudly proclaim.

LifeStylist at her Finnnnest

Well, hello there.

I just know you’ve been lurking around the corner, wondering. Will she actually make a lifestyle post?

SUCKERS.

But I will be making a schedule.

And a story time.

Like one right now!

I was sitting on my bed after a stressful day of realizing a multitude of things, right down to having a full on freak out answering the door to get my lunch. Watching a documentary, preparing for my shower, I had a defining moment in my life:

I HADN’T PREPARED A LIFE STYLE POST.

Seriously, though, when do I ever.

This led me down a series of thoughts and theories (I used the word because it rhymed, don’t judge me), coming to the sudden realization that I, did in fact need a schedule, and you, my dear readers, needed to be a scheduled. I mean, how else will you know what to bring when you read the blog post. I mean, I’m sorry but the beef jerky just isn’t going to fly for some of these weeks.

I digress.

It occurred to me that I was not a make-up blogger (like I still wish to be), and I was in fact, the type of life style blogger to do life with a different kind of style.

A challenge blogger.

Now, this may confuse you, however, I assure you what I’m doing is completely insane, and makes for one hex of a story.

More specifically, let’s just roll into the upcoming events.

March 20th, 2019- Ten Dollar Outfit Challenge (That’s right, all you ‘let’s make an outfit for under one hundred dollars’ are going to be crying, I’m doing it under ten dollars).

March 27th, 2019-  Trying everything people have suggested to me for cystic acne

April 3rd, 2019- Eating on a dollar for a day

April 10th, 2019- I ate Vegan for a week

April 17th-Misfit Story Award Winners (Wattpad Story Competition)

April 24th- No Posts (Break Week)

So what are your thoughts. I’m working to start planning the next cycle of posts, so do you have any lifestyle posts you’d like to see? What are your thoughts on these posts? I’d love to hear!

Stay Ginchy!

HaziWords

 

I am Not a Life-Stylist

Okay, it’s time to own up to the honest truth.

I am not a life style blogger (don’t think I won’t keep trying).

I’m a very strange blogger.

I’m the type of blogger that you actually have a hard time describing.

However, because I’m dedicated, I want to explain to both you and I, what I actually attend to accomplish being a lifestyle blogger.

1) Bringing awareness to the cystic acne community. You know, the community that just sits their awkwardly while their friends complain about that one zit problem. Because you get how they feel, but also…I’m just really sensitive, and sometimes, hearing them make remarks and complain about it makes me really, really self-conscious. However, this is also to address that a majority of the beauty-guru lifestylists have fairly decent skin, and there are people out there, who can’t relate. Who need better products that might help more. Which is why I’m here. To be a Guinea Pig for the masses! But also to spread positivity about this, and make it clear that it might suck, but it doesn’t make you any less ginchy looking.

2) To be completely real. Because I try my hardest too be in these posts. All to often I find myself trying to put on a persona for people-someone who’s in a very good place, and sometimes, I’m not. Sometimes things get a little bit harder then usual, and sometimes, it get’s a harder to see God’s plan for me. I want people to see that I’m a very strange, but completely honest and legit person.

3) To address the misfit-Christians. You know, those who have differing beliefs, especially in the lifestyle community-as in, I prefer to bring attention to dressing modest, but in a way that doesn’t just have to be “cutesy” or too “stuffy”. I want to create content that basis around the different areas of the Christian communities response to how you live your life.

4) To share a wellness journey. Two years ago (roughly), I made a post. About a horrible hospital experience, in which I never got completely better, and they never knew what was wrong with me entirely, either. Recently my mom was diagnosed with osteoathritis as well as being so much closer to an actual Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis. This was big, because now we know what might be wrong with us. (Which is a story for another time). Long story short, I know I have to begin a journey to a much healthier lifestyle, which is a lot harder then I’d like it too be.

5) To Record these things. Because in ten years now, I want to look back and see how far I’ve come, how well I’ve done. I want to make my mark on history, in so many ways, and I want to do it on every platform available to me.

That concludes todays posts, and now-I must go to bed! What are your thoughts on life style? Do you write life style posts? What are your goals? I’d love to hear!

Stay Ginchy!

HaziWords

Another Overview

Greetings and salutations!

‘Tis I, the great Hazi!

I am SO BEYOND sorry for missing last week, I have no idea what happened with the hours, but they disappeared. That being said, I did record the incredibly interesting life of me (I am so, so, sorry).

And here today:

A Week Overview

…Monday…

Psychology Begins, I am a genius, and then I came home and had a panic attack about not getting my homework done. I also went out to dinner with my mom and brother.

…Tuesday…

A force to be reckoned with, I spent the ENTIRE day at my mom’s job, and if you want to know the description of batty, that was me at the end of it all. I did get a decent amount of writing done, and did a little volunteering there, but really, because I lacked WiFi connection, it shot a majority of my homework.

…Wednesday…

Class again, and really just hung out a home with my family.

….Thursday…

I went in with my mom to work, mainly because I had to interview a co-worker of hers for a school project, but also because I like the idea of feeling busy. I did a reasonable amount of studying that day, and enjoyed getting to talk with such a ginchtastic lady.

….Friday…

My mom had a series of personal appointments (The Doctors, the Hair Dressers), and then we went grocery shopping, Nothing too exciting happened, other then I took my mom and brother out to lunch for “Valentines Day”.

…Saturday…

I worked, I came home and hung out with my family, we ordered pizza and watched movies. Once again, nothing fantastical, except I hit 14,000 WORDS ON A STORY, ONLY TO…

…Sunday….

Lose it all. My computer had locked up and I wasn’t able to open or save any documents, so I had to shut off without saving, and lost, 4,000 words-2 chapters, which, doesn’t seem like a lot, but considering how easily distracted I can get, it is. I got up early to volunteer with my mom in her job this morning, then came home and chilled with the rest of my parents. I watched two movies, back to back, and am very proud to say, I didn’t skip a scene I found boring (The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, and Princess Diaries).

And that really concludes the week. Fascinating?

I think not, a blog post?

Probably shouldn’t be, but it is. Make sure to check out tomorrows Writers Square Book Shot!

Thanks for reading! How was your week?

Remember to live your life like the ginchy story that it is!

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