Random Life Thought

Personal Stuff


Looking at all those couples pictures really makes me feel so lonely. I know that having a boyfriend or girlfriend mustn’t be a big deal. But for certain periods of time, it kinda is. I don’t know about you guys. But sometimes I just really want a boyfriend, pathetic (I know).

There are certain movies or series or even real life, that makes you wonder if you are not good enough for a guy or a girl, it is just so overwhelming having that thought. I know that our “half” is waiting for us somewhere out there, and he/she will come eventually to our lives. But meanwhile my head just creates this big fantasies about someone that is boyfriend material and its so perfect. And then reality smashes me and everything vanishes.

Maybe it’s just that I really need to go out. And I should probably need to stop watching all this rom-coms new films that are all over Netflix. I mean maybe that’s why I don’t get to know a lot of guys, right?

Everything is Kavinsky’s fault. Anyways, this is the tea. Bye.



To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Movies & Series


Rom-Coms on Netflix are really getting into my skin lately. All of those unexpected couples getting together. I might sound so girly. But guys I need to be honest, I actually wished something like that could happen to me eventually.

“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” I know this movie is so cliché right now, but I needed to talk about it! Everybody it’s loving it. Well, not everybody, but you know what I mean. I personally LOVED it so much. It was such a good plot and climax there. Maybe the chemistry between the actors helped a lot, but the story was good on its own. I  think that in general the way the characters were presented make the movie as good as it is.


In my personal opinion, I think that it has a little of cliché things, like the hot popular guy ends up liking the nerdy girl after she has a “makeover”. Despite, this one got some good things changed, like Lara Jean does not had a makeover, she was just herself and Peter liked her just the way she was. For me that was one of the most important things that this movie though me. Like you actually do not need to be the perfect popular girl or even boy to be liked by someone else. Just be yourself and the person that is going to be your boy/girlfriend should be proud of you, just the way you are. You don’t need to change or do things that you don’t want. You have to be secure and confident when you are trying new things, and you don’t have to lose yourself on the process.

The movie is good, and the way Peter acts with Lara Jean is just so beautiful. But the movie has something more than romance, its shows us all that we must be happy with the way we are and have fun along the way, but always staying true with what we  believe in. I’m really willing for the second part! Comment down below if you liked, loved or hated it! xox

Getting Out Of My Clothing Comfort Zone.

Personal Stuff


I’ve been into this thing where I try to get out of my comfort zone and I try new things. I think it can help me to see the other part of life, you know what I mean? Today, I decided it was time for me to be a little bit risky with my clothing. I am not meaning like going topless or something crazy like that. Baby steps, guys. But I went out in a dress. All of you girls & even boys must be laughing out so hard that you could not even be able to breathe. I know that wearing dresses is just like the most normal piece of clothing for college and it sounds so pathetic, even now I see how pathetic that sounds.

Lets begin with a little background… I had a hard adolescence, between my 14 and 17 years. I used to be the girl who never knew how dressing good meant. My outfits consisted on jeans, sneakers and a sweatshirt, that’s all. So when I was in senior year of highschool I realized I really needed to change my wardrobe and try some new clothing pieces. I started getting involved in more girly and hipster outfits, and I really loved it! I always wanted to try wearing a dress or shorts for school, but I never did until today. I am so self-conscious of the way my body looks and sometimes I just really hate the way I look. But I try to be as positive as I can…

Well, now that you know that part of me you can see why I am not so confident on wearing dresses or things that show skin. While I was getting dressed I put on my dress and I was so ready, and at the last-minute I didn’t wanted to go out. Like I was so self-conscious that I came back and change with some jeans. After a while I told myself that I needed to get through this fear, and I needed to do it no matter what. And I have to be really honest, cause after I went out to class I felt so self-conscious, and I was terrified. After a while I started to concentrate on the class instead on what I was wearing, It worked. When I came into my dorm, my friends started to say that I looked pretty good. And that they liked the way I styled my outfit. I felt so good with those comments.

What did I learned from this experience? I think that the most important thing is that when you feel good with the way you look, you actually radiate that confidence in your face and when others look at you they see that. I also discovered that if I give a little percentage more on my everyday outfits I can actually pull off many of them. I think that doing this little challenges, that might be absurd for some people, can change the way you feel completely and can make you feel better about yourself. I’m really looking forward to try a completely different outfit soon.

Nobody Feels Themselves

Famous People

There are lots of articles and tweets among the web about famous people. They are having break downs. They are not feeling themselves. They are not inspired anymore. They feel powerless. They just want a little bit of time without the cameras and everyone watching them.

I mean a random person would think and ask “Why they say they are not happy, if they have a dream job and do whatever they want. They have enough money to buy an entire country. They live like kings and queens without worries” I have to be honest. I’ve said that. Buy I’ve never realized how hard it is for some of them. Cause unfortunately most of us don’t get to see the big picture.

I saw a movie called Be Somebody on Netflix. The movie it’s about a famous guy that it’s tired of doing what managers tell him and the big crowds that don’t let him rest for a minute. It’s a really good movie if you want to understand what artist have to go through their journey of success.

I thought for a while about what the movie wanted to say. If it was real or just one hour and a half of entertainment for the viewers. I realized that actually it can be very realistic. For example; I’m a huge fan of Shawn Mendes, he’s a guy that has a lot of fans, he’s music is amazing and he’s such a caring guy. Unfortunately he has anxiety problems. Personally I know how hard it is to deal with anxiety. Imagine feeling it when he needs to perform in front of an excited crowd of people. I mean that must be horrible. All that pressure of performing as best as you can, so your fans don’t get disappointed. (I get both parts, fans pay a lot of money to see their favorite artist performance, and yeah it could be horrible if your artist is not doing a good job)

Another example, Alisha Marie, a girl that has a YouTube channel and try to inspire people through her videos. But she feels uninspired. I mean how can you inspire someone if you’re not inspired at all. And she’s not the only one, I’ve seen tweets from LaurDIY, Caroline Tucker, Tiffany, Remi Ashten, Sierra Schultzzie; and they need space, they have to battle their own demons and they also need time to heal themselves.

“Pressure of fans can be overwhelming” as some of famous people say. I might not understand what being famous is, cause I’m not lol. But I know how loud fans can be, I mean I know their fans are the ones that make them success besides their talent. But maybe sometimes it’s so hard for them. They are normal people and need space sometimes.

Most of you might be thinking why I care about this or what is exactly my point. Well, I want people to be happy and to be grateful for what they have. I wish fans could understand how hard it might be for some celebs to be where they are and not give up. They’ve worked hard to be there and they want to help, entertain, inspire people. I mean the support should be there. But support and not hate. Support doesn’t mean being harassing artists or celebs in general. It means being on their highs and lows. It should be about positivity and love. Not talk because you can. Not offend because you can. We don’t know what’s really happening on their lives. Let’s not judge because of what our eyes can see. Cause there’s a lot we can’t see.

And this is not only for Celebs. Every single person out there that has an account on Twitter or Facebook or Instagram has followers. And comments should be about positivity, and not judgement. We need to start spreading more love and kindness not only for celebs but for everyone in general. I really want celebs to keep doing their jobs. Inspiring and creating new amazing things. I’m huge fan of several celebs, shows, movies, songs, etc. But I’m trying to stop dm them or getting angry because they don’t notice me. I mean it’s hard guys. All of those who like to fangirl might get me. They receive millions of comments, likes, dms, tags. Obviously they’re not gonna notice every single one of us. Be patient, one day will be your lucky day.

I hope this turns out the way I want & do not receive hate comments. I’m willing to listen others opinion.