Deciding on what to wear for the proposal of your dreams can be a daunting task. If you’re keeping the details of the day a surprise, chances are that your partner won’t know they’re picking out their engagement outfit at the time.
This means that the responsibility lies solely with you to subtly steer their outfit choice towards the day you have planned. Perhaps an equally daunting prospect for your partner.
The best place to start is by first deciding how you are planning to propose, and pick out a suitable outfit accordingly.
Before I start writing and you start judging, I know that it sounds desperate for me to spend over $20 USD for a soulmate sketch from an online psychic. Believe me, I don’t usually spend that much money for some random shit like it. I mean, I do, but normally it is for some more useful stuff like clothes that I barely wear because I never leave the house.
So, why did I even spend $40 USD to get the hints of how my soulmate looks like and some random readings to get the leads to find him or whatever? The reason is that I got a refund from Barry Lewis after he decided to discontinue his pizzeria project.
A few months ago, my friend Jay told me about how he spent £90 GBP to back his favorite influencer, Barry Lewis, as he planned to open a pizzeria somewhere in the UK. Now, know that I never heard or saw any video of Barry on Youtube before, but when I checked out the campaign, I was interested.
Why? Because for the minimum of £30 GBP, Barry offered us the benefit of having our name written on the “founders” wall at his future pizzeria. Jay is a big fan of his, so he spent extra for a meet-and-greet and a chance to watch Star Wars or something with Barry. I spent £30 GBP because of my ego to want to have my name written somewhere in the UK.
But then recently, we got the project update, and he decided that it’s safer to just cancel the plan for the time being and he reached out to all 60,000++ backers that he would refund all the money received for the campaign. So, I got the refund and then I couldn’t be trusted with extra money in my hand! LOL.
Are you going on your first date? The chances of you being nervous would be relatively higher. You might have loads of questions on your mind including what to wear, what to talk about, and whether you would kiss. You would like to have date number two as well. In such a scenario, consider following these 10 dating rules to make a lasting impression.
So in case you didn’t know, in June, I usually reflected on the piece I wrote for my resolution by the end of the previous year. That’s how I like to keep my progress on track. As ambitious as I am, I know that there may be things that I wish I could do that might not be accomplished in the first half of the year. And that’s okay.
Last year, I wrote the resolution that I wish to accomplish throughout this new decade. I was trying to be realistic. Boy, with all the Coronavirus, didn’t I make the right decision not to focus on the resolution for 2020 only?
So, how’s the progress in accomplishing my goals this decade? How far is it from me to achieve it?
So, I spent my quarantine time binge-watching The Mindy Project in the past few weeks. No kidding, I’ve just finished the last episode of its final season. Not to mention that I actually started watching it from the pilot episode. So yes, I have a lot of things to say about it because the ending was kind of disappointing.
Regardless of what I think about the ending, I think about the whole series and it gave me an epiphany to start writing this piece.
I could relate so much to Mindy when it comes to her dating experience. I mean, if you really gotta count how many guys I’ve slept with, you would probably think of me as a slut. Look, I’m not proud of my achievement in that case but if there’s anything I understand, it is probably because I simply suck at love.
I texted my best friend yesterday, I told her that I don’t know how it is to be in a healthy relationship that whenever I am in one, it’s like just a ticking bomb where I count the time until I sabotage it. That’s when I realized that those who suck at love like I do, they could probably relate to these 5 phases they’ve passed throughout their romance life.