Anonymous asked: Whats your IG? I need it for thelastmedia com
if by IG you mean Instagram I don’t have one.
I think women should just be okay with men,their boyfriends, husbands, etc staring at other women.
Women keep getting all crazy offended. I get it, but like…come one Women do it too, or maybe if you don’t you should.
Sometimes I think women just need to let go, not be so uptight about what other people think, have a little sexy imagination with a hot guy sitting across from them on the T, because chances are he’s imaginning you naked. Might as well indulge in that thought as well.
Honestly, it’s just human nature and I don’t think anyone, man or woman should be persecuted or accused of being sexist for it.
Just a thought
It feels strange when I’m not hanging out with my boyfriend on Saturday nights. For a moment I thought “what should I do right now?” My eyes were killing me from working on the mascot design for the Animaine convention(there’s a lot of small details that I added <3) so I decided to get out, get that bubble tea and sketch.
Feels good to sketch traditionally again. It was much nicer out then I thought it was and I was able to make progress on an idea for Spoonful of Cats that’s been floating around in my head lately.
So much to do. I’ve been considering telling my night job that I can’t work during the month of May. I know they’re going to give me more hours in May but if I want to have all my stuff ready for Anime Boston and have time to work on freelance I’m not sure I can handle working nights, especially if it’s more then 2 days a week. Those 2 days always wipe me out and leave me feeling drained when I have to wake up up early for work the next day. If things work out like I hope they will, and I can find a source of income from another freelance to replace what I receive from my night job then I can afford to leave temporarily for a month or so.
Sometimes I forget conversations I've had with people, but my boyfriend always knows how to keep it amusing, and of course I re-ask the questions with the best answers XD
me: Have you flown on a plane before?
boyfriend: yeah in the military.
me: Have you flown in a plane normally though?
boyfriend: ...well YEAH, how else do you think I got here!? By a BOAT!?
me: ..........wait...NO..I meant...agghh noooooooooo!!!
boyfriend: When do you think the last time was that people came to America on boats??!
me: U//////U idk..
and then I realized how ridiculous, dumb and funny it all was. The boat comment was funny because he came over from China, so I got flustered when I realized the connection I made accidentally. This happens a lot to me. It's like I'm doomed to forever embarrass myself with questions like this XD
So when I re-asked this question it ended being answered with "yeah..yeaaah I got here in a Boooaat" to taunt me *__* ohhh your good man. You're good.
I still guessed the right speed limit though. 35. Thank you and goodnight~
Last night I went through the cleanse. Strangely enough drinking 2/3 glass of grapefruit juice(to those who don’t know..I haaaate grapefruits) with 1/2 cup of olive oil was a lot easier then drinking the water mixed with the epsom salt. I squeezed a lemon into my mixture which made it a tad bitter but a little more bearable then just the strong salty taste.
I didn’t really have much of a bowel movement before doing the final step.
After going through the flush I noticed my meal was the flush(ewww haha). I didn’t see any stones that I could determine to be stones. I think the results were due to the fact that I didn’t have a proper bowel movement before the final step and my intake of apple juice lessened towards the end of the week. Unless my stones sank it’s hard to know if I passed any.
It was recommended that I take water enema(something like that) to trigger bowel movement if I hadn’t had one but I didn’t have any and shrugged off needing them, but it looks like I should consider it for the next time around.
I must say it felt like I passed some at one point but again, I didn’t see anything. Most people recommend having a strainer and I kid you not; chopsticks. Well I have chopsticks(which are now disposed of) but no strainer.
I would like to try again but I’ll look into getting a cheap strainer solely for the purpose of straining for gallstones, haha yeck
For a while now I’ve had various health issues that all seem to stem back to my digestive system. It’s plagued me for the past 6-7 years.
The first serious complication I had was UTI(Urinary Tract Infection). It was never found out what caused it, just that I was unfortunate to ‘contract’ it and had to take disgustingly bitter antibiotic medicine that dissolved in your mouth as soon as water touched it. Yum!
For the next 4 years I experienced on a regular weekly to monthly basis symptoms like: allergies, stomach cramping, diarrhea, bloating, seriously bad gas, and headaches. For each symptom that occurred I waved off with an excuse.
Allergies: “I must be allergic to pollen, dust, and/or cats?”
stomach cramping: “food poisoning!!”
Diarrhea: “food poisoning!!”
headaches: “I must be dehydrated..”
stress/depressive moods: “financial trouble”
gas: “ugggh this sucks!”
I imagine I did experience food poisoning at some points or other as dorm food wasn’t always that trust worthy in my eyes. Especially when you cut a sausage link in half to see that it’s still a little pink on the inside.
I must admit that since I was a kid I’ve never been one to drink large amounts of water. I rarely felt thirst and hated guzzling a glass of water down. When I got into school I’d drink from the fountain after gym class only when I felt to urge of thirst come on.
I’ve always linked my moods to my financial problems, but there’s been some days where I feel overly lethargic, depressed, and just down right pathetic out of nowhere. I believe this is linked to my diet and the severe lack of sunlight I receive among other things.
Often some surrounding friends and family look at me with skepticism when I attempt to understand my health, but how often do we as people try to understand our health of our bodies? It’s our body, our health, therefore it’s our responsibility to take care of it and try to understand it. To me, that’s the first and most logical step in the right direction.
Life is content until you start running into complications and realize, this style of living that society has raised me in and forced down my throat since I was a child. It just isn’t working.
Within less then half a year I experienced having Kidney stones and gallstones. Both are painful, and both can be scary. Having kidney stones was the worst pain I’d ever felt after having UTI in the past. This is not a pain to be described to a cut, or stepping on glass. Both are internal pain, which to me, when your organs cause you to feel pain, you feel it through your body. It’s not something I want to experience again.
I also seem ‘lucky’ in that I always have these complications at 2-3AM and end up in the hospital till 6AM. Not a life style I’d like to adopt.
I’ve done a lot of research and thinking about liver and gallbladder cleanses in a final effort to avoid going through surgery and trying to help my body rather then destroy it and mutilate it through surgery.
To easily I think people turn to the first answer by doctors. SURGERY!
Why surgery? This problem is internal, and it surprises me more and more to learn just how many people in the world have had gallbladder stones and gotten their gallbladder straight up removed. More and more I realize, this is quite normal and yet the average american is urged to get surgery over analyzing their diet and natural ways to remove the stones.
So far I’m on day 4 on preparation before the cleanse. Basically eating vegan for a week, drinking 32 oz of apple juice a day, trying to drink the optimum amount of water, etc.
I’ll be using Andreas Moritz method and although I’m thoroughly excited at the idea of taking the future of my health and body into my own hands I’m still skeptical until I see those stones outside of my body. I plan on trying to document the process and sharing what I’ve experienced for those that may find this interesting.
March has been a strangely kind month to me. It’s given me nothing but good news, on top of good news, on top of good news.
I’m still financially behind but I’m slowly catching up, paying off debt, and returning to the world.
Freelance work is picking up and that makes me incredibly happy and reluctant. It’s that moment where I turn to fate and we just sorta nod heads. It feels like things are finally starting to get better, although I know it’ll take a lot of work on my part to manage all the new work. I’d rather be working hard for something then taking the easy way out.