Tee: Forever 21 | Belt: Olivia boutique | Skirt: Urban Behaviour
Tee: c/o T-post | Jeans: Citizens of Humanity
Sweater: Zara | Skirt: H&M | Bangles, ring: Aldo
Sheer polka-dot top: Zara | Ruffled blouse: Urban Outfitters | Brogues: American Apparel
I'm not sure what's up with my photos this week, they're a bit all over the place! There are a couple of things I've been thinking about over the last week. One is why people get so up in arms over Facebook. Myself and others recently have all shared stories with each other over instances where people seemed to get really upset over something innocent posted on Facebook. While each situation differs, I think there is some common advice these people getting upset should know:
- It's facebook and the whole intent is to share. If all you want to do is mildly stalk others and then get all irate over people checking out your wall, then delete your account - don't hate the players, hate the game.
- read over point #1 because I don't think you got it yet.
- there's such a thing as privacy settings. Educate yourself and use them instead of yelling at others.
The second thing I was pondering this week was girl relationship dynamics. I'm not sure if it's the same for guys, but in friend groups of girls, it seems like everyone has their role to play; for example, in Sex and the City, they are each very distinct and play certain roles: the flirt, the career woman, the artsy, the prim princess. I found this sort of thing interesting to observe in real life, as I'm a person who kinda floats around different groups and in each one, I seem to have a slightly different role, ranging from the prim one, to the nerd, to the party girl. So which is really me? I suppose it doesn't bother me to have people have different impressions of me, but whichever label is put upon me in the moment, it makes me feel irked as if to say "don't pigeon hole me!" Has anyone else ever experienced this?