Le yawn

I don’t know if I want to delete that post or not.

Hmmm.

Like, it’s real. I am grateful for the days I have. I’d prefer not to cycle through, but it is what it is as of right now so…😒

I am just waking up with a positive mindset.

Make that the past three weeks. I started today reading about emotional manipulation and it’s basically effected me the entirety of my life which is sad because it feels like a never ending cycle.

Insanity. I am always going to go for what I know so I typically hate it when people give me validating compliments like how I’m cute or I’m smart because it doesn’t matter.

My decisions matter more than anything and my track record is poor at best. Like, this looks like it should be better but the number of days I will go without eating are purely astonishing.

The number of days I will go casually avoiding things I know I need to take care of are sad. It’s not laziness. It’s pure passive disassociation. I’d rather just sulk or sleep some days and I’ve mentioned cliff diving several times, lately.

How am I in another not relationship? I don’t write, I don’t tweet, I don’t show enthusiasm, I don’t care. I genuinely have to force even the smallest amount of human interaction. Im super stand off-ish.

I had the bright idea to go to olive garden with manny today and it was a failed spontaneous adventure but he was willing to go.

I just fight for control when there is none, really. It is a flaw I need to correct and quickly.

New York Week Three

Ummm so yeah.

Me and the other roommate M Hernandez the Puerto Rican papi have been smashing and hanging out the past two weeks.

We are starting to get to that point where we are good entertainment but realize we have a lot of differences.

A lot of them.

Le sigh.

I’m moving up quickly at Lush. Oh, the pressure.

Like, literally my blood pressure is high.

I just needed to write. Whatever I end up doing, I can’t stop writing.

"You have to find the right distance between people. Too close, and they overwhelm you, too far and they abandon you."

— Hanif Kureishi    (via un-exotic)

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Saturday Eve (Friday)

A LOT has happened since I’ve been in New York. I arrived at 10:50 on Sunday June 15, 2014. I’m on at Lush Union Square and so far I have a bit to catch up on. If nothing, just brush up on product knowledge. Ask direct questions and act completely decisive – even if I do not understand for some reason.

I am taking care of my healthcare. I am due in to see a doctor tomorrow morning. The reality of my life may have set in, all of a sudden.

I’m not exactly sure what’s caused me to live as hard as I have the past three years, but I am legit burned out – crazy. I am all about taking care of myself more and enjoying life.

So far, my case is reopened, I am seeing a doctor, I’ve reconnected with select people. I’ve literally met very few people, not anyone really on my list is a native new yorker.

It’s gay pride weekend. I get off @ 4:00PM on Sunday – the day of the parade. My life can’t exactly live out continual parties and disassociated emotions.

My roommate Ramon Bonilla has been very resourceful and has helped me get myself together extremely quickly. I am forever grateful. I wouldnt have had these services in Houston. It’s important to take care of as many things as I can for myself, now.

New York - Eve

Well, trust that your life as you knew it will never be the same. The only solitude there is lays in the future/present tense (see life in Houston last year).

THINGS I’D LIKE TO ACHIEVE IN MY MOVE:
• become a better communicator
• take care of my body through diet & exercise regularly – NO EXCUSES
• LET GO of the past
• go to the doctor regularly
• take a walk in the park occasionally
• DESIGN/EXECUTE YOUR LIVING SPACE!
• join a yoga/dance/work out team
• visit art shows
• meditate
• see a therapist
• set a one year/five year goal plan
• value yourself & your body – more!

• continue to journal/write by any means necessary – just get the thoughts out

The saga continues. Just stay grounded, by any means necessary. Conquer more by focusing more.

Serve what serves you.
Mistakes are what makes being human so great.

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