Day 5 // #365OUTFITS
It always makes me laugh when I go shopping looking like a hot mess because sometimes I catch the salespeople looking at me like, "Oooo girlllll! Hell no. You can't afford to shop here."
I was at the Jimmy Choo outlet the other day over at the Premium Mall in Halton Hills, and the salespeople were so snobby! They gave me the once over, turned their noses up in the air and turned their backs on me! I mean, I was at an outlet mall!
BAHHAHAHAAH. I can't!
Look here's the deal, we all deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. (Unless you're a morally corrupt monster of course but we're not gonna get into that.)
I believe in being kind and respectful. I'm no saint by any means and if someone disrespects me, you best bet I'm not gonna take their shit. But talking about the big picture here. The world is already so messed up, why spread negativity if you don't have to?
Here's the thing. I was bullied when I was younger, for almost a decade actually, and it was BAD. I had severe anxiety and a sleeping disorder and mainly, I was pissed at the world for being treated like garbage, even though I knew I was a good human being inside. I didn't understand why it was happening to me and I used to pray so hard every night for it to stop.
As a result, I used to be mean. I would lash out at my parents and at teachers and I would do whatever I needed to in order to build up this wall around me so I could never be hurt again.
Then I realized that A) that's not who I am at my core and B) negativity begets more negativity and I didn't want to be part of that so I stopped.
I guess my point is to treat people nicely, no matter what shoes they're wearing or how much their handbag costs because it's a superficial way of looking at the world. Don't you agree?
Speaking of shoes, Diana and I stopped by Footlocker the other day and bought matching Adidas Deerupt sneakers. They're ridiculously comfortable! We're obsessed! #notspon #notgifted #iwish