I'm moving again, I was living on my own in a house that used to belong to my grandmother, which money wise was a very good deal, but I just couldn't come to terms with the neighbourhood. Let's just say it's not the worst you can find, not by far, but it's not the best either and I just couldn't 'get along' with it. And the thing is, I'm a homebody by nature, and I'm happy with that, but living there I just didn't want to go out unless it was strictly necessary (going to work, buying food, the basics). So basically I was becoming a depressed hermit.
I decided to move, and I found this nice place which is between work and my parents home. Of course rent will affect my savings a lot more now, but it's situated somewhere I'll feel comfortable staying at.
And this should make me happy, but (there's always a 'but') I just get very upset at dealing with the real estate agent. My intention was never to rent, but alas, I've accepted that economy here makes buying an apartment impossible for me at his very moment in life, but honestly, dealing with this agent make me feel like I'm being treated like a delinquent teen.
I'm not a naive 2 year old, I know contracts protect people who are renting their property, it's only reasonable that they do so. But damn it if I'm not honest and transparent in my actions that I don't need to be questioned or challenged in ridiculous details. It pisses me of, it upsets me, and makes me look at the apartment I was so happy for in sour eyes, just because of this.
And logically I understand this, I now I'm getting upset uselessly, but like I said I can't help it. This is one of those times where I curse the fact that I'm not as cold as I seem to be to people and am just an emotional roller coaster who is unfortunately very conscious of her nature, and not just a hysterical bitch who doesn't see reason.
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I have come to realize that, no matter what you do, or how good your intentions may be, some people are just not going to like you. And that's ok, it's perfect actually, just as long as you realize that you don't come to the world to please everone else's expectations.
You just have to be honest with yourself and treat others as you would like to be treated. If people can't come to terms with that, can't accept you with all the good and the bad, the whole un-perfect package that you are as a normal human being, well then, it stops being your problem. If your best is not enough, probably nothing will be enough for them, so don't let it take up your time.
And don't change your ways just because someone couldn't see eye to eye with you. Be yourself, don't drown in your own ego, accept self criticism and external advise, and walk onwards to personal improvement.
There are still many more people to meet in life who will like you for who you are.
How I can have an anime marathon and not a movie/TV series marathon? Stupid thing to wonder really, but I realize that, counting since yesterday night up until today in the morning I've watched 10 episodes of an anime I knew nothing about (nobody recommended it to me nor did I see any media of it since it's from last year) but when I want to sit down and have, say, a "Dr. House" marathon I get bored after 2 episodes.
I also spend most of my free time reading fanfiction but when I get my hands on a book I get drowsy.
My strange selective tendencies suck
Name a fandom you know I know and I'll tell you
1. The first character I first fell in love with
2. The character I never expected to love as much as I do now
3. The character everyone else loves that I don’t
4. The character I love that everyone else hates
5. The character I used to love but don’t any longer
6. The character I would totally smooch
7. The character I’d want to be like
8. The character I’d slap
9. A pairing that I love
10. A pairing that I despise
- Current Mood: mellow
- Current Mood: excited
I mean the way I see it, the whole point of these posts is to point out to the reader that a certain trait, habit or hobby of a person or group of people, is being discriminated or being poorly looked upon by a majority. Yet, by making those posts, aren't they discriminating as well? Aren't they doing EXACTLY what they don't want others to do to them?
Isn't it just OK for everyone to like different things without regarding if the majority of people prefer it or not? I just wish people would just live more freely, without caring what the person beside you likes and if it fits your standard of fun/beautiful . If your tastes mach then YAY, you can both be fans of something together, if they don't match then YAY you can still get along too *gasp*. Honestly......
- Current Mood: frustrated
Leave a ship in a comment and I will tell you...
who is the big spoon/little spoon
what is their favorite non-sexual activity
who uses all the hot water in the morning
what they order from take out
what is the most trivial thing they fight over
who does most of the cleaning
who steals the blankets
who leaves their stuff around
who remembers to buy the milk
who remembers anniversaries
- Current Mood: amused
( I"m beginning to believe that tardiness is my religionCollapse )
- Current Mood: rushed