Monday, 20 August 2012

Sex, love and funbuddies!

So yesterday I was talking to a friend of mine about how sex and love are two different things.
It's definitely something that got me thinking.
Even so much, that I somehow managed to put my clothes on backwards this morning.
Totally off the topic, but still...

At work today, I tried to make some sense out of that conversation and maybe understand why things have changed over the last 6-8 decades.
A long time ago, sex was look on as a form of reproducing, not as an accessorie to love.
Love is emotions and sex is physical.
It's as easy as that.
Hence why a lot of people wouldn't have a problem sleeping around with people they don't have those feelings for.
Especially men.
(Not judging, though)

If you're with someone you love, the connection between you would be so much more intense than with just a random one night stand, but honestly, how many of us can say that we have time or even patience to wait around for that one person?
I can understand why the ''funbuddy'' rate is so high these days.
Maybe that's the way to go?
I honestly don't know, but according to friends it actually works out.
As long as both are adult enough to know what they're in for.
If you consider it, I say go crazy!

It's interesting to hear peoples opinions on this subject, because I can almost guarantee that there will be one person all for it and someone else calling everyone who lives ''like that'' a whore.
Kind of judgemental, but some people are.

So this is what I have had on my mind for the past 24 hours.
Kind of random, but what else do you expect from me?
I am aware that I could of gone on and on about so much more, but I really want to post this and go to bed :p

If you have anything to add to this, let me know :)


- Melissa

Friday, 17 August 2012

I got nothing

My lack of imagination resulted in a very lame blog title.
But anyways...
I was at the post office today to pick up a package and then they told there was another one waiting for me as well.
I was expecting one, but not before next week.
Apparently, it arrived a little earlier and I'm not complaining.
I did not order any makeup, but I invested in a bunch of skincare that I absolutely love and it is perfect for my skintype.

Seems like I got the entire skincare collection from Pure System and Sebo Specific from Yves Rocher.
No clue if I did, but I love it all.

It's safe to say that I'm pretty much set with skincare for the next couple of months.

I'm not going to lie, but I am so proud of myself that I didn't buy any makeup.
It may seem easy, but it's like a mental disease/obsession.
I cannot stop buying more and more, even though I have enough for everyone in Norway.
But thanks to a friend, I am now on the no makeup buy challenge until october 1st.
We shall see how that goes, but I am positive I'll make it.

I'm going to bring my iPad to bed and catch up on news before I go to sleep.
Have a good friday night people :)


- Melissa

Sunday, 5 August 2012

When you hate what you see

Every girl has, at least once, in her life hated what she sees in the mirror.
In my experience, it can be because of low selfesteem, bullying and even because of your significant other.

I wouldn't say that my selfesteem is low, or has ever been, but of course I've doubted myself and what I look like just like everybody else.
So I didn't really know how to handle it when I was with someone who made me so unbelievable uncomfortable with myself.
It wasn't anything he did, just the way he made me feel.
Made me feel terrible, like I wasn't good enough, pretty enough, smart enough.

For some reason, I always get insecure when I'm in a relationship with a guy.
I start putting myself down, worry about my weight and how I look.
I'm completely clueless to why it's like this, but I know that it will probably haunt me until I die.

I don't wish it on anyone, but a part of me hopes that I'm not the only one with this ''problem''.
 If you can relate, please let me know so I can feel less like a freak.
(Really needed to get this of my chest, by the way)

But anyways...

Ever since I ended the relationship, I've slowly gone back to my old self, but those annoying feelings are still there.
I just need more time, I guess.
Been trying my hardest to focus on work and my possible moving plans, which is much needed.
New town and new people sounds so amazing.
All I need is to find a job and hopefully the rest will fall into place.

But speaking of falling...
I'm heading to bed before I pass out..
Been having this horrible headache all day and it's pretty obvious that my mind needs a break.
Oh the joys of overthinking things..

Hope you'll have an awesome week :)


- Melissa