14 September 2013


[ Click on image to enter ]
Sorry for the week long hiatus, so much shit has happened this week I don't even know where to begin. But hey, notice how today's post is filled with colours? Makes me feel better already.

Some people need to have breakfast before they can start their day right, but I don't, because when I finally awake from my slumber (only applicable on the weekends) it's already past noon #noshame. But ever since I got myself another packet of Lucky Charms I've been having it for breakfast or brunch, ugh, if only I had time in the morning on weekdays to have breakfast. 

Of course, just indulging in Lucky Charms on the weekends is not enough  — you need Macarons. Sometimes things like stealing a macaron during a shoot is inevitable... :P

If anyone is wondering, you can get Lucky Charms from Cold Storage if you're from Singapore for $10 (so costly for a box of cereals tho...). ○

Don't want to come off as an annoying b*tch that rants about everything but...

++: I am so done with people blatantly copying the things I do, hey, copying is not the highest form of flattery (or any of that bullshit), SO PLEASE STOP. You know who you are, stop pushing my buttons or I will expose your identity without hesitation. I thought that through my thesis-like email you might have gotten the idea that I do not condone your stupid childish acts, and I think I have been really patient with you and your nonsense.

I don't need another me, so stop being like me. Why can't you just be yourself? Here's a little something from me to YOU: "Imitation is the highest form of flattery, but clones kind of get it wrong because we are promoting individuality and being proud of being yourself." — Brian Molko

Let me throw in another tip just for good measure: Success isn't something that you gain overnight, just like how Rome wasn't built in a day. These things take time, and I'm sure that you'll gain fame eventually (if that is what you want).

But what so good about fame? I don't think I'm instafamous or anything, but if you think I am then I am. I don't change just because I've got 9,000 followers on Instagram. "Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are." — John Wooden 

With fame comes along fake friends, friends that want to leech some of that "fame" from you. Some people lose real friends, because they let fame get to their heads. My main purpose on Instagram is to share the pictures I take with everyone, but because of this ONE ANNOYING ASS I feel like shutting down every single of my social media sites because I can't take it. I can't stand waking up and having someone on the other side of the world being so identical to me.

I know you're reading this, because how else would your blog's bio still be so similar to mine? I don't know how many million times I have to repeat myself, but just find yourself and be yourself. S T O P COPYING ME.

If any kind soul could give me legit tips on how to deal with such situations, that would be great

Have a cerealsly good week ahead you guys!
Stay gold, xx

No comments

Post a Comment

© Between the Lenses. All rights reserved.