From The Roasted King Crab To The Prime NY Strip. @rokaakor is something special 😋. I really enjoyed the Kobayashi Issa 🥃 w/ suntory toki, cocchi vermouth, & angostura ! If you’re looking for me you’ll find me at their happy hour Monday - Friday , 5pm-6pm for some bites 😋. #lowkeyfoods
I would normally put a quote or song lyrics here, but not today. Do y’all see this cleavage?! People with small boobs will understand me 😂
Wait, let me take a #selfie 😎 Habt einen schönen Abend 🌸 Ich werde mich jetzt meinem neuen IPad widmen 🥰 Danke an alle, die mir bei der Auswahl geholfen haben, habe mich für das 2018er entschieden👏🏼☺️ #fashionlove#hairstyle#fashion#inspo#fashioninspiration#girlswear#look#style#lookbook#instadaily#prettylittleiiinspo#hairsandstyles
Znáš to - #DlouheVlasyKratkyRozum 🙆🏻♀️ A bylo načase, ty moje už nějakou dobu nevypadaly jako vlasy, ale spíš jako sláma, nebo co🤔
I’d like to touch upon a topic that makes me feel uncomfortable as it shows how vulnerable I actually am. It shows my insecurities and pain, something we often don’t project to our external world.
What I mean is rejection. It hurts like hell, makes us feel angry, sad and a lot of other emotions and is something we don’t like to talk about. I mean, it’s a natural thing. All of us go through it in our lives. It can come up when we don’t get the job we wanted, or even in the smallest things in our daily life when for example someone makes a snarky comment on your outfit or haircut. But mostly we know it romantically, when someone doesn’t like us back. The feeling of rejection is something known to every human being. It makes us feel isolated, as if something is wrong with us. As if someone saw my true self and rejected me for it. It makes us feel helpless, hopeless and can even give us anxiety. Because, what if it happens again? What if they’re right?
But, I recognize that it’s important to think that rejection happens to everyone. It is part of the journey. Ironically, it is something that connects us to every human being as everyone can relate – in a job, relationship, and everyday rejections. It is a universal feeling that makes connections valuable, not vulnerable anymore as we all know how it feels.
I realized that after I got rejected, I felt anger. But this is a secondary emotion. It’s mainly because it easier to be angry than sad. Feeling the energy that’s in anger is preferable than feeling the hurt that’s actually behind it. If we distract ourselves by feeling angry, we never get to the emotion behind it, which is actually the pain. Then I tried to listen to it, allowed myself to touch that pain and be mindful about it. When I got in touch with it, I realized it faded away so much faster. #keeponfailingkeeponlearning#rejection#writer#writerscommunity#positivemindset#gratitude#thismoment#powerofnow#selfdevelopment#personaldevelopment#selfgrowth#inspiration#positivethoughts#determination#livebetter#mindful#instadaily#igdaily#fitgirl#iamtb#girlslovetravel#gltlove#dametraveler#iamtb#travellingthroughtheworld#placestogo#travel