Recap: School, Even More Food, And Trying My Best to be Social

“Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me”

-Carol Burnett

Hello my lovelies!

Time for a recap/ramble! My thoughts are definitely a little discombobulated this time around because I have so much to say, so try to keep up with me through this post, I promise it’s a good one!

Before you ask, I 100% started off this blog post with a picture of food. What else would I start out with? My face or something…

This little snickity snack is from a local restaurant called Everly, one of my absolute favorite restaurants in Madison. It’s a small piece of crunchy granola California transplanted to, well, crunchy granola Madison.

I know I don’t talk about my city much, but I absolutely adore Madison. I genuinely believe that Wisconsin is one of the most underrated states out there, and Madison is such a fun city within the state. We’re outrageously friendly, we have great food, and we’re not so big of a city that it’s overwhelming. I am always able to find ways to have fun here, and I’m still discovering new things about this city after living here my entire life. I just. love. Madtown.

It is absolutely crazy to me that I am less than two months away from graduating and earning my Esthetician’s license. I am honestly so incredibly proud of myself for choosing to do what I love, despite a lot of opposition from others, and being passionate enough about this career path to dedicate myself fully to learning and perfecting my craft. It feels truly amazing to finally find the one thing that I want to do for the rest of my life, and if you aren’t there in your life yet, don’t wait around like I did; go out and get it.

As I’ve discussed before in previous blog posts, socializing is a very sensitive subject for me. I spent my entire school career with essentially no friends, to the point where I was bullied for being who I am. I’m lucky in that it was never physical, but if you’re someone who has experienced bullying, you know that the verbal abuse is equally as terrible. Because of all of this, I am a little socially naive. I’m not great at making friends or keeping them, and I have a hard time identifying with a lot of people because I missed out on a lot of social opportunities that most kids get to experience, like prom, college, partying, and what have you.

Not having many friends means that I relied on my family a lot, and I rely on my cousin the most. I know I don’t say this to her enough because I’m not great with my feelings sometimes, but having my cousin be my best friend is my favorite thing, and I appreciate her for being my rock through my best and worst times in life. Spending time with her is always time well spent, and I wouldn’t have things any other way.

I’ll wrap things up by sharing with you all a picture of the absolute best gluten free garlic bread I’ve ever had, and I’m still thrilled by a week later. Seriously, it was so good. Or maybe I’m so used to shitty gluten free bread that anything will impress me nowadays. Who knows at this point really?


That’s all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it really helps me out. Also don’t forget to have a super Saturday!

Stay beautiful!

Disclaimer: I will never edit my pictures in a way that misrepresents my natural

weight and body type. Some Links may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own

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