I don't trust the HR at my new job. It's hard to say why, but I just get the very distinct impression that even if I had been with the company for a decade, she would NEVER be on my side (or anyone's), under ANY circumstances - not even if, god forbid, I had to take sick leave. It's irksome.
Confused every Spring at the sight of young women that feel compelled to place their bare feet on the dash. I can't help but wonder what they'd experience should that air bag suddenly inflate.
I confess. I’m addicted to sex. Haven’t had sex in nearly a month and it’s killing me! I’m so horny that I seriously don’t know how to keep these urges under control. It’s been my train of thought lately and jerking off is no fun either.
I'm fed up. I have asthma and short of living in a convent I cannot seem to escape cigarette smoke. It's hard for me to accept that I can't do anything about it-people are at home, on the street, wanna chill, wanna whatever, but C'MON. Even weed smoke is annoying due to my asthma. Please stop. Thank-you.
And I still like to make blanket forts...aaahhh watch out for the lava, jump on this pillow.
I am 34. Many people my age have kids, mortgages, car payments, etc. Sometimes I think about if I would want to have a family. But I don't think very long about it, because even if I did want one I don't think I could afford it. So when the question comes up about settling down and having kids, I sort of see it as irrelevant. I'm just trying to make sure I have the rent, one month at a time.
I lay on the kitchen floor and pretend I am a crumb.
I have $54,000 in student loan debt and $8000 in credit card debt and I am suffocated under this debt. I can only make the basic payments and whats left over isn't enough. My job just doesn't pay enough.
I am scared to tell my boyfriend because its so embarrassing.
I confess I've had a fairly serious drinking problem most of my life.
I've had stretches of sobriety here and there but it's been a very rocky road with multiple arrests, lost jobs and ruined personal relationships.
I took early retirement a few months ago and have not had a drink since. I haven't wanted a drink since. This caught me by surprise because I thought the increase in idle time might escalate my cravings but it's been the opposite. I'm feeling at peace and content and have no desire to "escape" into a bottle at all.
I am so grateful I can hardly describe the joy in my life now.
... I would tell people they had to pay me money to acquire permission to work, and some of them did. I didn't feel bad about it, though, I just told them 'I am the Government, and this is called a license fee.'