Don’t you wish you could rewind the clock and do shit over? Different actions would yield different outcomes and certain mistakes would cease to exist because you followed your heart instead of your (irrational) mind.
The heart can trick you from time to time, but in some cases, it knows what it wants.
Had I listened before, there’d be no ‘you.’ But when two worlds finally collide….
I’ve never aspired to be a millionaire. I won’t sit here and lie and say that I wouldn’t WELCOME it should I become one, but my goal has always just to be financially comfortable. Comfortable has a different meaning for everyone, but for me, it means having the ability to pay bills on time, never having to borrow in any capacity (and for any reason), being able to have the occasional splurge (trips, shopping, etc) without having to put much thought in it, etc. Excess has never been a requirement.
I’m reading this Law of Attraction magazine and figured I’d share this question from Deborah L. Price and her book, The Heart of Money: A Couple’s Guide to Creating True Financial Intimacy.
The word ‘side chick’ is one that has become a frequently used term over the last couple years, even though the practice itself isn’t new. For years, men have frequently maintained a woman on the side and in more cases than not, it has very little to do with the person they’re seeing and more to do with the inability to keep their genitals to themselves. There’s never been a part of me that actually wanted to be anyone’s side anything. I’m selfish. I’m greedy. I DO require time, and I’m not here for your excuses when I can’t get it.
So why is this position so ideal for so many people?
For the last two weeks, I’ve had repeated questions about my blog (missjia.com) and why there has been a serious lack of updates. I’ve (purposely) ignored the question until I felt like sitting down and getting my thoughts together to tell everybody at one time. This would also allow me to provide a link to people when they ask about it in the future instead of having to repeat myself over and over again.