Things I have learned this week:
- Being too ashamed to bring your shopping bags into the house because you already know your mom will go mental at you for spending your weeks wages on payday is a very bad sign.
- As is trawling through products and clothes in shops that you don't even like just because you have money to spend.
- Passing your theory test does not mean you are going to soon fulfil that aspiration of owning a mini. Especially since I have been trawling through products and clothes in shops that I don't even like just because I have money to spend.
- Working in a job where you cook things that you don't necessarily agree with or believe in will (ever so slightly) quash your passion for food and make you rethink your career path.
- Appreciate your siblings, they may just come home with a gorgeous new nail polish for you. (Catrice, Blues Brothers Vol. II, royal blue and sparkly, that'll do me fine sis!)
- Feeling obliged to buy a product a makeup artist tries out on you does not mean that you have to part with your money if you're not 100% sure about the product. (Damn you Smashbox.)
- Buying 3 for 2 on vitamins in Boots is mature and economical as well as beneficial for your general health. (Multivitamin x2 + Skin, hair & nails supplements = looking and feeling bright eyed and bushy tailed in winter = win win.)
- Trawling through food blogs and writing down recipes doesn't necessarily mean you will ever cook them.
- Eating junk when you're usually a health conscious freak means youre hormonal, down in the dumps, or just being a typical girl.
- Seeing a presidential candidate in the flesh will not make you re-think the importance of the presidential election to your future. No, Im still not voting for you. Hey ho.
- Rude sales assistants will always be rude.
- Ireland experiences one months worth of rain in 24 hours and it is declared a national epidemic.
- Irish people make light of absolutely every situation. Which is ironic in this case as we are an island and flooding could literally kill us all.
- Being happy and ploughing on with things will produce positive results in the long term.