Sunday, December 15, 2013

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Today I want to get a little more personal.  We all have our good, bad, ugly qualities, nobody's perfect you gotta work it.  A while back I saw a post about owning up to yours on Erin's blog & I decided that I wanted to do my own to share with all of you.  So here we go...

The Good
1. I'm fiercely loyal to my friends & family.  I take attacks on them personally, & will stand up for them no matter what.  I have been known to go super bitch when people are mean to my sister.
2. I am super organized, & actually enjoy organizing things (I know I'm weird).
3. I'm really close with my parents & talk to them everyday at school, no matter how busy I am.
4. I work really, really, really hard in school.
5. I don't judge anyone, & really try to treat others as I want to be treated.

The Bad
1. I've been known to eat cupcakes &/or ice cream for breakfast, I mean there's gotta be some kind of calcium in cake right?
2. I have a bit of a trucker mouth.
3. I can be a little OCD about cleaning & how I keep my things.
4. I rarely go to church, & I go to a Catholic college...
5. Sometimes I can be way too serious, and have to be reminded to have fun.

The Ugly
1. I have a really hard time opening up to people, & internalize a lot of things.
2. I have a hard time with forgiveness, & hold a serious grudges.
3. I can be super opinionated when it comes to my family, especially my sister.
4. I'm really bad at asking for help.
5. I can be needy at times.

That was good to get out, I feel like it's important to evaluate stuff like that from time to time.  Now that you've read about mine, what are your good, bad, & ugly?
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  1. Good - I'm a good listener and loyal to my friends.
    Bad - I tend to jump to crazy conclusions, like paranoia level.
    Ugly - I am stubborn. Can be passive aggressive. Oh and I internalize everything.

    Your post was so refreshing!

  2. I think that it's great you are aware of all these things. With that inner understanding it allows you to grow and become You 2.0... or 12.5... or 14.8. It's important to constantly redevelop who we are. I know that I'm super in your face opinionated, but it (typically) comes from a place of love. I get it in my head what will "help" someone to make their life "easier" or "happier" or "more successful" and I proceed to shove it down their throats. I will then OCD compulsively focus on...forcing...I mean helping them follow my perfectly laid out plan. Oddly enough imagine my surprise when they got annoyed.....frustrated... or hurt. It's been a major learning process to either A. bite my tongue and not voice my opinion or B. say my 2 cents and then zip my lips. What can I say I'm a fabulous work in progress. Perfection is boring anyhow. I'd rather be perfectly imperfect.

    Keep it Sassy & Classy,

  3. I stumbled across your blog on Gal Meets Glam and it is adorable! Love this list - I, too, went to a Christian school and went to church ONCE in four years! Yikes!

    Simply Cydney

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