THROW BACK THURSDAY. Our social media accounts are filled with celebrity gossip and pictures, that’s unavoidable. What’s frustrating is the sense of entitlement the feel (or get) in superior to us. It’s important to remember you can have a voice without being a celebrity and your success will come when you stop idolizing fame.
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Originally posted on Young & Twenty:
We wear our clothes until they’re riddled with holes and sulk above a garbage can when it’s time to say goodbye. We consider vintage a shirt we misplaced from the 90’s. Our workday is good when a co-worker brings doughnuts and our kids live in shame if they’re named after fruit.
Our Beamers look like Hondas. We have mortgages, not handbags. We can’t claim fame off a DUI arrest and our haircuts don’t make headlines. We are not movie stars. We are not society’s fixation.
We are, can I get another pack of ketchup? We are 5 p.m. in rush hour. We are two-hour waiting rooms. We are another face in the crowd. We are everyone else.