I GOT MY HAIRCUT. I AM YELLING.
For the first time in the history of our world (necessary exaggeration for entertainment purposes), it is WARMER in NEW YORK than it is in CALIFORNIA.
It should go without saying that slutty shorts are OUT OF THE CLOSET. I’ve gone through 4 pairs this week.
I know I said that I would talk about prenatal Pilates this week, but I don’t feel like it right now, so I’m deleting that noise. Instead I’ll talk about being judgy, because I’ve been wanting to for a long time.
First, let’s define JUDGMENT:
“The ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions.”
After reading this, we can conclude that judgement is a positive thing, and something we NEED to do so that we can make decisions that are in OUR BEST interest. Yet, we would hate to admit that we are judgmental, because society says it’s not nice to judge people, but that’s impossible. We will judge, whether we like it or not. I don’t think we should have any shame about judging. It is subjective. It’s the way YOU feel for one reason or another.
AND, not all judgments are bad. I don’t know about you, but I have a lot of good judgments.
Your judgments say a lot about you. Use them to become more aware of issues you need to resolve as a human being. Notice – are your judgments mostly negative? Are you a hater most of the time? That’s a tip that you need to lighten-the-fuck up. For example, if seeing an attractive person bothers you or makes you feel uncomfortable, you’ll judge them negatively because of the way they make YOU feel. It’s not about them, it’s about you. Figure out why, and you’ll end up a cooler, more satisfied person.
It’s safe to conclude that…
*We all judge and will always judge, for better or worse.
*If we can use our judgments to resolve our own issues, the better.
*Don’t take other people’s judgments personally.
Haaaayyyyyaaaayyyyy. We’re done here. But listen to this song first.