23 Things About Being 23

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Chubby For Life

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I always had a problem with my weight. When I was in elementary school, I would often get teased because of my figure. Personally, I never thought that I was fat. Not even when my classmates were yelling “balyena!” (whale) to my face. But the teasing did hurt. It affected the way I saw myself and my classmates. I would get so jealous of all the “thin” girls in my class because they were getting all the attention from the boys (what? everyone had immature crushes back then. Was I the only one?) and even from my teachers. I had a gorgeous classmate, once. It hurt to be around her because you could feel how plain you were compared to her. How irrelevant you are. You all know the story: She was the favorite of every teacher and of course, everyone wanted to be friends with her. I’ll admit that I was one of those people who tried to be in her inner circle. Was I jealous of her popularity? Yes. Did I ever get insecure? Yes. All the time. So, I said to myself, “This will change by the time I reach high school.” And surprisingly, it did. I lost weight and finally, even for a short moment, I was in the spotlight.

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New Year’s Resolutions

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I’ve never really thought about making a list of resolutions for myself. I’ve always thought of it as silly because if you really want to change something about yourself or your life style in general, why wait for another year to act on it? I guess it’s about comparing a new year to a new, clean slate – you can start off fresh. Continue reading

My Take On Miley

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I was never a Miley Cyrus fan. However, like most kids growing up with cable, I watched a lot of Disney Channel. One of the Disney shows I kept track of was Hannah Montana. I can see what all the fuss is about- here’s a girl who was such a sweetheart with hair that has gorgeous curls turn into a WOMAN WITH A STRONG PERSONALITY AND IS CONFIDENT ABOUT HER BODY AND HER SHORT, BLOND HAIR. *WARNING, WARNING! THERE’S A CHILD GROWING UP ON AISLE 4! REQUESTING THE ASSISTANCE OF PEOPLE WHO ARE NARROW MINDED AND CAN’T ACCEPT  THE FACT THAT THIS IS NOT NEVERLAND! I’M SORRY. KIDS GROW-UP IN THIS DIMENSION. PLEASE GO TO AISLE 6 TO FIND DESIRED ITEM.*  Continue reading