The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

I found this post at Chasing Texas, which was in turned inspired by this post at Two Thirds Hazel. And I felt like it was a great idea, so I had to jump on.

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The Good

1. I'm making a better choice about going to the gym. I go every single day now.
2. I'm working on some really good plans for the summer that I believe will help me set up some financial stability.
3. I've got a good sense of humor.
4. I believe that even when I don't agree with someone, I can usually see their side of the argument. Not a lot of people can do that.
5. I try to be nice to people and compliment them as much as I can.

The Bad

1. Despite my best efforts to make better lifestyle choices, I still have way too much pizza.
2. My cussing has gone off the charts in the past few years. Back when I was living at home, I had to try and keep a curb on it, but now, it's really bad.
3. I'm a super picky eater. I just don't really like food (the texture and whatnot). And it really ticks me off when people judge me for what I don't eat.
4. I'm really bad about the dishes. My roommate and I don't use dishes on a regular enough basis, so sometimes a few cups will sit there for a week before I justify that there's a big enough load to wash.
5. I suck at managing my time.

The Ugly

1. I absolutely hate toothpaste. I still use it, just not as many times a day as I'm supposed to.
2. Can we say acne anyone? I wash my face many times a day and it will not go away.
3. Long before I developed my distaste for toothpaste, I had yellow teeth. They just came in that way. I'm super subconscious about it, I always whiten them when I edit photos. I've even talked to my mom several times about whitening treatments.
4. I bite my nails constantly. I'm trying to break the habit, but I just can't kick it.
5. If I don't wash my hair every day, it gets super greasy.

There's the good, the bad, and the ugly. Nice to remind myself that I'm only human.


his little lady said...

Oh gosh, I'm exactly the same. If I don't wash my hair everyday it gets bad. No fun, ha
xo TJ

Alicia said...

I bit my nails up until 4 years ago. (I'm 31) When I married my husband I got pretty fake nails put on. I kept them on for months after the wedding. when it came time for them to be filled I opted to just have them taken off. I bought nail polish and kept my nails painted everyday for almost a year and the urge to bite my nails was gone.

Great post. I might have to hijack this from you!

Julie Claveau said...

i hate doing the dishes too. ah! i'm a SUPER tidy person. like, crazy tidy. but dishes and my bed are the only two things i do NOT do.... until i don't have a choice. lol. btw, i nominated your blog for a liebster award. info on my blog.

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