Need to get my A into G and get a good lunchbox to bring salads to work. Habitual Fix is real rad and all but I’m so not about paying $8 - $10 for a handful of baby spinach, sunflower seeds, and vinaigrette. Then a $4 juice on top of that. No way. Today was a nice treat though and I’d rather spend $50 on something that makes me feel great than any selection off the loose change menu at Burger King.
Pro on today’s lunch meal overspending is of course the dinky lil glass jar my juice was served in which I’ll make a berry smoothie in tonight and can have that tomorrow for lunch as I have a megaaaa busy day coming up. Work, delivering gifts to my mum’s work across town for her birthday, first bout of exercise since injuring my knee, home to get changed into dinner outfit, meeting for second job, then scooping up my mama to taking her out for her birthday dinner! I really can’t wait. I put a lot of effort into her birthday this year as I feel so indebted to her, as I usually do, but especially with my mental health journey this year and her unwavering, unjudgemental, totally on-call care for me whenever and whereever I need it. My heart could burst so I’m gonna try convey the love through clothes, shoes, perfume and a nice meal ^__^ I’m excited!
also today the shop sold it’s record amount of coffees ever since opening a couple years ago. on my second day. just try to understand my terror. i was such a shaky mess yikees but i did it!
Top three injuries currently on my body that prove I’m a useless garbege idiote:
Thank you for your time and tune in next time for more proof i’m a hideous trash beast
Note: to celebrate my successful day I ate carbs for the first time in weeks \m/
doingthecockroach asked: Your eye make up is so pretty! Is there a specific way you do it or are you like me and kind of just shove it on and hope for the best
Haha, I definitely don’t just shove it on - I studied make up artistry! That being said, I wasn’t taught much of use there and have been doing cat eyes just about every day for the past …8 years? Practice makes perfect. (And try lying the liquid eyeliner brush down horizontally when applying at whatever angle you’re after and then filling below that to meet your waterline. Hard to explain?)
EDIT: Also, eyeshadow is so piss easy - it only gets hard when people try to overcomplicate it. If you’re fair skinned like me, all it is is applying the shade you want in a couple of sweeps over the fold in your eyelid/just below it, then adding shadow/highlight where necessary. Bing bang bong. Don’t overthink it too much!