December 30, 2017

Getting Ready For The New Year.

Heeeello, everyone!

I'm writing this post today and I'm also publishing it today because inspiration struck just now. Yesterday was my birthday and, to be honest, I only set foot inside my house to take a shower and get ready and then I was out the door again. As a self-diagnosed introvert, I need time to regroup by myself - a time to literally do nothing and shut down my brain for a bit. I usually do that by watching my favorite youtubers or reading, if you've been here for awhile you know that I do a lot of reading. However, these past few days I haven't had the time to do that. 

Like I said on my last life update, my life has been pretty good. I've been doing a lot of fun stuff with my friends and staying busy, which is awesome. And I'm not really complaining, I just feel like I haven't had time for myself. Time to chill, to catch up on my reading and to organize my space. I need some quality time by myself to recharge and get ready for the new year and that's exactly what I plan on doing today. 

Today I woke up at 07:30, I took my time making my morning coffee and getting it just right and I did some meditation. I went back to some of my Daily Mantras posts and I picked a few that seemed appropriate for today and I focused on that. I also prayed and I finished off my morning with some yoga moves and a bit of stretching and let me tell you.. it was just what I needed. I thought about getting on with my day, but I opened up my computer and I just felt like talking to you guys about it. 
I want this day to be chilled, but I also want to get a couple of things done. I have some blogging stuff I need to do, like emails and social media. I also want to declutter my items for the Minimalism Game and maybe get a jump start on the next few days. I plan on cleaning and organizing my room, which I'm honestly excited about. I need to figure out my New Year's outfit and get it pressed. I want to work out. And, last but not least, I'm carving out 2 hours at the end of the day to read my book. I miss reading so much and I'm loving the book I'm currently reading - if you want to keep up with my reading, you can always follow me on GoodReads.

So, aside from writing and publishing this post, that's what I plan on doing today. If everything works out and I have time to spare, I also want to do some planning for 2018. Like, really think about what I want to accomplish, maybe plan out a few blog posts for January and things like that. Oh, I also need to buy a 2018 planner now that I'm thinking about it. I guess that's it! 

Hopefully, me sharing how I'm feeling today and what I'm doing will inspire some of you to get some "me time" to work on yourselves and just do whatever it is you enjoy doing. Take the day off, organize your life and do something you love. The world won't stop turning if you take a day off when you feel overwhelmed! 

How are you spending the last day of 2017?
What are you doing on New Years Eve?

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for supporting the blog and 
have a wonderful New Years's Eve!


December 29, 2017

The Minimalism Game // Day 4.

Heeeello, everyone!

I'm here today with another update of the minimalist game. I'm gonna be honest, I know it's only day four but I'm already struggling to find things I want to get rid of. I already have very little stuff, like I'm constantly decluttering things and going through my closet - I don't have "junk drawers" anymore and I'd like to believe I use everything I currently own, so it's hard. But, I'm done complaining. I set out to do this and I'm going to do it. 

Today's picks are totally random. I guess that's the beauty of this challenge, you just go through your house and find all this random stuff you thought you needed but actually don't. That's exactly what happened to me today. All the items I'm decluttering today are things that I truly thought added (or would add) value to my life. However, giving it a second thought made me realize that that's not the case. These things were just adding to the clutter and not really bringing me any joy. So, let's see what goes today!
I'm getting rid of these books for different reasons. I read Asylum a couple of months ago (you can check it out here) and didn't really enjoy it. I kept the book not because I wanted to reread it, but because I hardly ever buy physical books anymore and I thought this looked cool on my shelf. So, to the donation bin it goes. I would not recommend this, just so you know. As for Summer And The City, I got it from a book swap place and I kept it because I kinda wanted to read it, but I've come to the conclusion that if I truly want to read this in the future, can get the ebook on my kindle - no clutter. If you have a lot of books in your house, you know the pain it is to dust everything and keep them clean. 

These two little notebooks I kept because I thought I would need them one day - they were "just in case" items and I do not have room for those anymore. I hardly ever take notes on little things like these, I usually just use my phone and I'm good. I will put them these in the donate bin I'm taking to church once this challenge is over and hopefully someone will put these to good use. I don't have any memories attached to them, so it was fairly easy to let them go. 

I guess that's it for today's update. Four items gone and I'm feeling pretty good about it. I still haven't seen much change in my space, but I think that's because I've only donated 10 items so far and, like I said, I already have a pretty clean space to begin with. If you've decided to join me in this decluttering journey, let me know on the comments how you're doing so far or if you plan on doing any kind of declutter before the new year - I honestly feel like this is the best time to do it because then you can start the new year fresh and ready to go! 

Are you also doing some decluttering?

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon!


December 28, 2017

Blog Update // I Have No Idea What I'm Doing.

Heeello, everyone!

I was going to do a life update here today because, I don't know why, but I've feeling kinda lost lately. I thought this feeling was related to my entire life, like I had no idea what I was doing with my life, but it actually only relates to the blog. My life is pretty good right now - I don't even like saying it cause I'm afraid I'll jinx it or something... I'm currently on brake, I've been working out frequently and seeing results, I start a new job in January, I've been eating healthier, I love apartment and my space brings so much joy and my best friend just came to Brazil to spend the holidays (the one that is studying in NY). So, yeah.. I'm quite happy. 

However, I don't feel content with my blog or the content I've been posting on social media. I feel like whenever my life is pretty cool and super busy, social media becomes.. I don't know.. less attractive? I don't feel compelled to post that often and I honestly forget to take pictures and document my days when I'm with friends having fun. You would think that it would be the opposite, right? Like, when I have a lot going on and I'm actually going places and leaving the house I would feel excited about posting stuff.. but it's not. So, I'm feeling a little torn. 

This self-doubt and lack of will to post on the internet is slowly spreading to my blog and it's upsetting. I love blogging but blogging takes work and it's a very time consuming task - even if it doesn't look like it at times. I still enjoy blogging and I don't feel like I'll give it up completely, but I feel like I need a little break. Not a total break. I'll just take this next week as  a kind of a vacation. I'll still post, but I'll only post when inspiration strikes. I know this is not particularly good for my blogging career, it's just what I feel like I need to do. 
People often don't realize how much of yourself you put into blogging. This might not be the case for every blogger out there, but my blog is literally a reflection of my life. If I'm into minimalism and decluttering at the moment, that's the kind of content I'll create. If I feel like I need a new skincare regiment because I'm not happy with my skin, that's what I'll post about. The same goes for my personal life like when I fight with my friends, when I go on dates or whatever... Don't get me wrong, it's amazing to share my life with virtual strangers and have you guys care so much about me, give me advice and cheer me on this blogging adventure to the point where I feel like we're not stranger anymore. Having said that, it takes a tow on you sometimes. 

So, right now, I'm gonna focus on enjoying life. I'll still blog, don't worry! I'll just blog less often, which will still be more often than usual since I was putting up a post every single day. I'll still finish the minimalism challenge and I'm planning a bunch of cool stuff for the next month. I'm so excited for 2018, guys! I don't remember being this excited for a new year.. ever. I have a good feeling about 2018 and I hope you do too. If you had a bad 2017 (mine was ok, pretty standard), focus all your energy in making 2018 a better year - learn from your mistakes and try doing things a bit different. We don't need big changes to see big results. I appreciate you guys so much and the fact that you actually take time to read my ramblings means the world to me. 

What's up with you?!

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon!


December 27, 2017

Minimalism Game // Decluttering Sentimental Items // Day 3.

Heeeeello, everyone!

Now that the Holidays are over, I feel like everything can go back to normal and we can go back to regular programming here on the blog and in my life in general, which means it's back to decluttering. I know I was kinda complaining on my previous post that life was too hectic because of all the stuff I had to do to prepare for the holidays, but honestly, this is the perfect time to declutter your life. The year is almost over, so you'll start 2018 with a clean space, but also, in the middle of all the shopping madness, decluttering and paying more attention to what you already have can be very beneficial. Plus, you're  doing some good by donating things to people that will actually use them. 

Today is "day 3" (not the third consecutive day but the third day in which I'll be decluttering items) and I'm gonna tell you something: this is only getting harder. I know I joke about being a hoarder, but I'm actually pretty good at keeping only what I use - there's still some bits and bobs here and there (which is why I'm doing this in the first place), but I'd consider myself an over all good minimalist. So, it's only day three and this is already hard.. Anyway, here's what I'm decluttering today!
Maybe I'll go back to styling my hair with little things like these, but I haven't worn hair accessories in years so there's no point in keeping them, right?! I think I kept them around because I have good memories attached to them. The blue one I got in Florida on a family trip a couple of years ago - it was such a fun trip, but my memories won't disappear from my mind if I get rid of stuff I don't wear anymore. The gold thingy my cousin brought from London as a little gift and it was such a sweet thing to do.. but again, the memory won't go away if I donate the item. As for the "leather" bracelet, the person who gave it to me is not my friend anymore, so it's the opposite of the other items.. I actually have bad memories attached to it. It has to go! 

That's a wrap for today! Let me know on the comments if you're doing this little challenge or at least something similar to it. I cannot recommend going through your things and getting rid off the old stuff you have lying around the house enough, specially so close to the new year. Purge, purge, purge! If you'd like to read more about decluttering and minimalism, I have a bunch posts about it on the blog, so just click on the links!

Are you enjoying the updates?
What's your favorite way to declutter?

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon!


December 25, 2017

BLOGMAS // Links I'm Loving // Christmas Edition.

Heeeeello, everyone!

I hope you all had a wonderful time celebrating with your friends and family and if you didn't.. well, it's over now and we can all go back to our regular lives. I love the holiday season and I had a wonderful time with my family, but I'm glad we can all quite down and just chill for a second. It's been a hot minute since my last Links I'm Loving and boy, do I have some great links to share today! As always, we have a little bit of everything: holiday vegan recipes, workouts and some tips on how to stick to your budget. I know I'm a bit late to the Christmas party, but it's still the holiday season and these links are really cool and actually helpful, so I still wanted to share them!

The  Best Vegan Christmas Recipes - The Vegan Society // I'm not vegan, but I still like to eat mostly plant based and I don't eat meat in general, so these recipes are going to come in handy this holiday season. I know I've talked about this before on my Holiday Budget, but my mom and my aunt are the ones responsible for the holiday food and I can't really ask them to prepare an entire different meal just for me. So, my plan is to kinda bring my own food but do enough of it for people to try it out if they want to. If you're looking for healthier alternatives, I'd highly recommend checking out The Vegan Society. 

Christmas On A Tight Budget - Nourish ME // I related hard to this post. This year has been hard for me and I've been really trying to save and think about the future, so going all out for the holidays wasn't an option. Guess I'm growing up... I don't know. Being smart about your money is always a good idea and I'm no stranger to sticking to a tight budget. I loved this post and if you're struggling with money during the holidays, it's at least good to know that you're not alone!

Core Shredding Workout - Cambria Joy Vlogs // I've been loving Cambria's vlogs lately, she's doing vlogmas now so there's even more videos to watch. She and her husband are the cutest couple ever. However, my favorite thing about her vlogs is the food and the workouts. She has amazing healthy recipes and I love her workouts - whenever I feel unmotivated to go to the gym, her videos give me the little push I need!

Hot Chocolate Cookies - Breakfast At Madison's // Madison's blog is awesome and I'm sure that if you go for the cookie recipe, you'll stay for everything else she posts. The pictures are insanely gorgeous and the cookie will leave your mouth watering! It also seems super easy to make! I'm dying to try this recipe, I think I'll do it on Friday with my sister. 

Those are all the links I have for today, guys! I hope you're having a wonderful December. If you get the chance to check out any of the links I mentioned, let me know on the comments. And also, if you did anything Christmas related on your own blog or if you're doing blogmas too, let us know so we can go check it out and support each other!

Do you have any links to share?
Are you also doing Blogmas?

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon!


December 24, 2017

The Minimalism Game // Day 2.

Heeello, everyone! 

In case you missed the introduction and you have no idea what I'm talking about, I decided to follow the Minimalism Game (or challenge, whatever you wanna call it) in the hopes of decluttering my house for the new year. And it goes like this: day one, declutter one thing; day two, declutter two things.. you get the point, right? So, today I've decided to share day two! I'm gonna be honest, I feel like this game is only going to get harder from now on.

Since I'm going to be decluttering over 100 items, I'm going to be counting in even the smallest of items such as hair ties and things like that - don't judge, decluttering is harder than it seems. Right now, I'm tackling my room and my wardrobe. Once I feel like that's done, I'm going to move on to my bathroom and then kitchen and other parts of the house. I already have in mind some things I want to declutter, so we'll see how it goes.
I've honestly had these little things on my desk for the longest time and for no apparent reason. I don't really use little notebooks like this and I have no place to put these push pins. I'm slowly becoming a hoarder and that's not ok. I think the little notebook was a gift from someone.. can't remember who, though so there's really no point in keeping it. Something I've realized is that I have a ton of little things like these that I don't use but that I keep around for no reason. 

I know this is not technically day two but since it's the Holidays and we're all incredibly busy, whenever I have time to post is the day when I'll go through my stuff and pick out the amount of items I need to declutter. I won't declutter for 30 days straight, but I will keep it up for 30 days total. I hope that made sense. I'll come back with day three tomorrow or the Tuesday, still don't know how my Christmas schedule is going to work. 

I'm sorry for the lack of posts, guys! I have no excuse other than I've been living my life. Like I said on a previous post, my two best friends are currently single, I've been working out everyday and it's summer here, so I've been going to the beach a lot and that means that I hardly spend any time at home. When I'm actually at home is just to take a shower and get ready to leave again or to take a shower and go to bed. I'm sure things will settle down a bit after the holidays but, for now, I'm happy and I'm enjoying life. Thanks for coming back and not forgetting about the blog!

What do you think about this little challenge?
Are you also decluttering for the new year?

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon!

December 19, 2017

BLOGMAS // The Minimalism Game.

Heeello, everyone!

With the holidays coming and 2018 just around the corner, I wanted to do a major declutter - like most people. However, you guys know I've been implementing minimalism into my life for quite some time now and although I feel like clutter is an ongoing issue, I also feel like I've ran out of things to declutter. I know, it's weird. I feel like things are pilling up again but I've somehow built a resistance to declutter and I don't even know why. So, I thought the Minimalism Game could help. 

I got this idea from the mothership of minimalism, The Minimalist. They have a wonderful documentary, a book and a super helpful and entertaining podcast. I'm high key obsessed with them if you couldn't tell and I cannot recommend checking out their website enough. So, here's the challenge or how the game works. It's actually pretty simple: day one you declutter one thing, day two you declutter two things.. I think you can guess how this ends, but here's the article explaining it! 

I have no idea how I'm going to share my updates here on the blog, but I'm counting this as DAY ONE. Today I'm decluttering this T-Shirt. There's nothing wrong with it, it still fits me and I actually think it's pretty cute. I just have bad memories attached to it. I bought it on a weird day and I wore it on another weird day when I was fighting with a friend. And also, I don't even like it that much. Hopefully, this is going to someone that will actually enjoy wearing it!
That's all for today! Let me know on the comments how you'd like to see the updates. I think I'll combine a couple of days, specially in the beginning since there will be less items. I'm super excited about doing this and the goal is to keep this up for an entire month (30 days) and that would make my end date the 20th of January. As for the items I'm decluttering, unless stated otherwise, the will be donated to my local church. I'm not big on selling stuff online, but if you'd like anything I'm donating and you're willing to pay for shipping, I can send it to you. 

How you'd like to see the updates?
Have you ever done anything like this?

Let's hang some more!

Thanks so much for reading and I'll talk to you soon!

Life Update // What Happened?

Heeeello, everyone!

I started blogmas with the best intentions.. I swear! But, life happens. I got super busy all of a sudden. I swear to God, my life is either an extremely boring succession of boring events and nothing ever happens or it's go go go and I don't even have time to breath. I love hanging out with my friends and just living life away from the internet and social media, but I miss blogging and I feel guilty when I skip too many days in a roll, even though I know I shouldn't. 

It all started when a friend of mine broke up with her boyfriend. I know, why would the end of a relationship I wasn't even involved in take up so much of my time? Because she is a very good friend of mine and I wanted to help her out in any way I could, which meant joining new gym together, going out more than I was used to and baking - weirdly, we did a lot of baking which is not something I was expecting. And then, when that friend was already kinda ok again... Another friend of mine also broke up with her boyfriend. 

So, my two best friends were recently single. I think you can understand how hectic these past few days have been. And, to top it all off, I'm starting a new job in January and I had to go back there two days in a roll to sign up some paperwork and all my documents sorted. Between going out and sorting paperwork, I still had to help my mom with Christmas stuff and do my own Christmas shopping. I still haven't bought all the presents and I'm slightly freaking out. 

I didn't have any blog posts edited and ready to go, so blogging was on the back burner. However, I'm here today and we're getting back on track. In order to do that, I wanted to ask you guys a question. Do I keep blogging everyday until the new year OR do I try to catch up and put up more than one post a day? I think more than one post a day might be too much content for you guys to actually read and enjoy, but I also kinda want to try to see if I can do it.. Am I crazy? Let me know what you think about that.

As for the updates, I guess that's it! I doing better now. Better than I was a couple of months ago. Both of my friends are also doing great, which is kinda weird since I'm usually a big mess after breakups no matter whose decision it was to end the relationship. We all deal with these things differently, I guess. The good part is that now we are working out together and having a lot of fun going out and baking all the christmas cookies!

How do you usually deal with breakups?
What do you think I should do about blogging?

Let's hang some more!

Thanks so much for stopping by and I'll talk to you soon!


December 14, 2017

BLOGMAS // Holiday Budget.

Heeeeello, everyone!

I know everyone does Christmas differently. However, we can all agree that in the most wonderful time of the year we all spend the most amount of money. We need to buy gifts, decorate the house and treat ourselves a little because that's important too. So, I wanted to share with you guys how I plan on staying on top of my finances during the holidays. I know that we'll all have different things we need to spend money on, but hopefully you can at least pick up a few tips and tricks here and apply them to your situation. 

In my family, my mom and my aunt are the ones in charge of providing Christmas dinner on the 24th and Christmas lunch on the 25th, so at least that's one last thing I need to worry about and also, they are the best cookers in the family. I'm a single lady with no kids and I'm only responsible for me and my cat, so most of my money goes into my savings account and, during the holidays, the only extra spending I do is relate to getting gifts for some people and whatever else I feel like doing, which I know is the case for most people.  
Cooking + Baking // This is going to include everything related to, well, cooking and baking. All the supplies I need for my Christmas cookies and other related deserts. My mom and my aunt are the ones who cook Christmas dinner and things like that, but me and my sister like to help a little with desert. Last year, I didn't even include this category on my budget and I ended up overspending. So, I planned out all the ingredients and recipes and I've got my shopping list good to go. 

Gifts // This is the most obvious one. Me and my sister get one gift for my mom and one for my dad together, so that helps. Other than that, I'm planning on buying something for my sister, my two best friends and my grandma. That's all. Honestly, I know this is going to sound bad, but I would really suggest reconsidering the amount of people you're getting gifts to. If you're on a budget and trying to save your money, don't try to pull a Santa Claus. You don't own people gifts but if you still want to make something nice for them, bake cookies or muffins. Going into debt to get people gifts is not the best decision.

Activities // In this one I'm gonna include everything I decide to do with my friends or alone, like eating out, going to the movies, uber rides and gas. I think that is going to be the most difficult category to stick to since things come up all the time unexpectedly, but I'm determined. 

My Birthday // My birthday is on the 29th and I think my Holiday Budget is going to last until New Year's Eve, so I'm including it here. My sister got us Cirque Du Soleil tickets for the day and my family is going out to eat after, so I don't think I'll spend a lot of money. I will however make sure I treat myself to something special, maybe some makeup or cute dress for NYE.

I guess that's it! I know I didn't tell you the exact amount of money I'm spending for each category, but that's too personal. The important thing to do is to pick which categories you want to include on your budget (maybe you're traveling to see family and you'll have to include airfare) and stick to it. Don't give yourself the option of going over it! My number one tip to sticking to any budget is to have an end goal that way it's easier to resist small temptations. In my case, I'm saving money to travel next year and to, maybe, move to a new place. I'm excited for 2018, guys!

How are you budgeting for the holidays?

Let's hang some more!

Thanks so much for reading and I'll talk to you soon!

December 13, 2017

Working Out + Loosing Weight.

Heeeeello, everyone!

I've recently done a post about how to loose weight or stay on track during the holidays and I believe I started that post the same way I plan on starting this one: You don't have to loose weight. You actually don't have to do anything to your body you don't want to. When I talk about loosing weight or working out, I'm talking to the people that are on the same path as me at the moment. I've been trying really hard to get in shape, feel good and be healthier and since this blog is a reflection of my life I've been writing a lot about this topic. 

However, I wanted to talk about my relationship with working out. I truly believe that eating healthier is the key to feeling good and loosing weight, but I also think working out is a big part of it. I've recently joined a new gym with a friend of mine and we've been working out together for the past 14 days. We worked out every single day (even on Sundays) and we've been feeling pretty good about ourselves. This is the first day " skipping the gym" crossed my mind.

I was up late last night watching Christmas movies and I have a very busy day ahead of me today - two birthday parties, a doctor's appointment for my bad ankle and I bought tickets to watch the premier of the new Star Wars movie. The only time I had to go to the gym was in the morning and I absolutely hate doing physical activity in the morning. Despite everything, I pushed through it. I got up, made myself some coffee, ate my oatmeal and went. I'm gonna be honest with you, I hated the whole process of getting to the gym.

When I got there I was in a bad mood and I didn't feel like working out. My friend and the fact that I was doing something fun as a workout are the only things that me through it. During our spinning class, I was tired and I was a bit cranky, but I kinda had a fun. I forgot that I was supposed to be cranky for the whole 45 minutes of the class and after I was sooooo glad that I went.

I think the moral of the story is: you need to find a workout you enjoy doing. I know I've talked about this on my Tips For Loosing Weight During The Holidays post, but you need to understand that working out is something you have to do for a lifetime, so you need to find something that is kinda fun, a little bit exciting and effective. I know some people love working out and actually crave it. I don't think I'll ever be this type of person, but I'm starting to at least enjoy my workouts. I don't dread going to the gym anymore - most days.

So, if loosing weight or working out more often are things you plan on adding to your resolutions in 2018 or your goals list, start now. Look for fun activities, different classes or even fun workout videos you can follow. My advice is to try out a bunch of different stuff and then you can see what works for you. You need to do what feels good. Listen to your body and think about what you're in the mood for that day. You don't have to run 30 miles or squat 1000 times a day to loose weight. If you feel like yoga today sounds good, do that and make the most of your class. 

I guess that's it! The most important thing to keep in mind is to keep going. Find something you enjoy doing and keep at it. Let me know on the comments your thoughts on this topic. I know dieting and weight loss are pretty controversial topics to talk about, specially on the internet where everything gets blown out of proportion. However, I'd love to start a conversation about this, so we can motivate ourselves and try to find a happy balance. 

Do you agree with me?
Do you disagree? 

Let's chat!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon!


December 12, 2017

Weird Things People Have Told Me.

Heeello, everyone! 

Today's post has nothing to do with Christmas, but I still wanted to share it with you guys. I've had this idea in my head to talk about weird things people have said to me for quite some time now. Let me just preface this by saying that I attract weird people. Like, seriously. I don't know why, but I'm like a magnet for them. And includes not just men but people in general. I cannot tell you how many drunk girl have started blabbering about their emotional issues to me at clubs and bars. 

I do admit that the amount of weird people that have come my way increased after I started using dating apps. As one would guess. I have nothing against dating apps, I think they're a fun way of meeting new people but you have to agree with me that they are a sure way to come across some pretty weird humans. So, here we are! Today's post is going to be just a little taste and I do plan on sharing more. I just didn't want to get to personal too fast, you know? I'm just gonna start with my favorite one..

"I had sex last night so I'm a bit emotional." // These were the first words a guy said to me on a date. And now we're hapily married! Naah, just kidding! The date didn't go very well and we're not speaking anymore. However, I after I got over the initial shock, I did end up laughing quite a lot during the date and now I have a funny story to tell. But I mean, who says that? I think he was trying to be funny.. or maybe he actually did have sex the previous night which made him emotional. I guess we'll never know.

"I killed a squirrel. " // I went on this "double date" in the beginning of the year. It was my second date with a guy and my friend asked me if she could join us because she was going a first date with a guy that she met on tinder and she didn't want to be alone. Everything was working out well, we were having drinks and talking. I don't even remember why, but we were joking around saying the craziest things we've ever done. My friend said she broke into a house and spent the night there (which I didn't even know prior to that occasion), my date said he hitchhiked through Europe and than it was my friend's date turn. He stops laughing and says "I once killed a squirrel" with the most serious look on his face. I started laughing because that's what I do when I'm nervous and he turns to me and says "I'm not kidding.." The rest of the date was the most awkward thing I've ever witnessed.

"My religion doesn't allow me to sing." // This was said to me on a karaoke bar. I never go to karaoke bars but it was a friend's birthday and I kinda had to. So, there I am.. Having some drinks and making friends. I started to talk to this random girl on the table next to us because she had the little book with the songs. Me, being the normal person that I am, ask "so do you already know what you're gonna sing?'' and that when she responds "my religion doesn't allow me to sing". I asked if she was being serious, she said she was. She looked annoyed so I dropped it and turned back to my table. I even looked it up on google if there were religions that didn't allow people to sing and I didn't find anything. I'm pretty sure she was messing with me.

Guys, I swear I'm not lying! I don't know why, but I attract weird people. Maybe I'm giving off some vibe, I don't know. I just hope you enjoyed this post or found it at least entertaining. Let me know on the comments if someone has ever said anything weird like this to you. I laughed a lot while writing this post and calling my friends to refresh my memory. I'd highly recommend doing something like if you have a blog or a youtube channel!

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