10. It’s ok to be a fan of a Korean baby on Facebook.
Looking back at childhood makes me laugh. Nothing was ever too problematic and celebrating small achievements was the norm. When did we stop thinking this was a good idea?
9. Go to museums and art galleries and theatre.
It’s never a waste of time or money.
8. It’s ok to put yourself on YouTube. No matter how much it makes you cringe.
Get over it.
Find a group that means something to you and support it in whatever way you can – clothing, money, time. You won’t notice that $15 coming out of your pocket every month. My personal choices are Oxfam Canada and Plan Canada (more on those next week).
6. Sometimes it’s ok to be defensive.
Sometimes there’s something to defend.
This has nothing to do with anything. Indulge me for a sec.
I have weird celebrity crushes. Just a couple – mostly harmless – all embarrassing.
I get the normal crushes, kinda. Ryan Gosling is insanely attractive. I don’t get the appeal of that Twilight wolf, but sure, he’s alright. The vampire? We need to talk. No one can explain that one to me.
What IS THIS?!
My crushes are bizarre and mostly on television. Is it possible I think they ARE the character they play on TV? Sure.
But here they are anyway. Share yours in the comments and try not to mercilessly make fun of me – I’m fragile. Continue reading