As humans, we find ourselves constantly pointing out flaws. It’s sad, but true. Look at all the gossip magazines and they will highlight how one actor “gained way too much weight” or how someone “is terrible at their eyeshadow.” So what if that person gained a little weight- that’s natural. So what if someone’s makeup doesn’t look like a professional makeup artist did it- almost everyone does that. Point being- why do we feel the need to shame other’s flaws? What does that get us? With that being said, I’m here to put a spotlight on imperfections- the good kind.
The way I have to know the time for EVERYTHING: I HATE not knowing the time. This goes back to how I have a daily routine that is down to every minute. If I don’t know the time for something, I start to believe I’m late and then I panic about everything. Apologizes to the people I annoy when I constantly ask the time.
How I say “Wait” before asking someone a question
If you know me, then you know that before I ask a question, I’m always saying “Wait…” I HAVE NO IDEA WHY I SAY IT. It’s an annoying habit of mine that I am desperately trying to break.
I have a tendency to interrupt people
But doesn’t everyone?
If you meet me for the first time, I DO NOT HATE YOU. I have chronic RBF and it’s impossible for me to change.
The way I talk to myself when I get mad at other drivers
If someone cuts me off, you better believe I’ll be doing a one women rant in my CRV.
I always ask someone to turn the heat on because I’m cold
I am always cold, and I have no idea why, considering the fact that I lived on the east coast and was an ice skater for so much of my life.
The point of this post was not to rant about myself. it was to tell you that it is okay to point out your flaws, and embrace them. I bet no one else has chronic RBF and does a one women car rant. Embrace your flaws, and know that they make you unique!
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