— Unknown (via mourningmelody)
I’m also getting up right now in the middle of the night to go eat some chocolate donuts and I do NOT feel bad about it because I am a grown-up and I can do what I want.
Working SDCC was amazing because I was able to work for an artist whom I admire, and I was able to dig myself into the art world a little bit deeper.
However, since I am trying to do things that I actually want to do- not jobs just to increase my funds & waste more time NOT doing what I want to do I have had to painfully (only painful to my pocket not to my soul) turn down a few job offers already. I will not be working New York Comic-con this year, nor will I be working anymore music based festivals unless I will be working for the artists themselves. Working for the companies that put these events/tours together is awesome and was a great experience, but I’m not looking to build myself up in any of them so it’s semi pointless. I I LOVE supporting people & their passions directly. Not via major companies where I barely get to interact in the way that I like to.
If I become broke enough I will start hustling cupcakes again or just make Nom Noms get a cute puppy modeling job. Maybe both. ;)
Along with everything else I’ve been trying to do that would involve me taking steps in the right direction- I also deleted roughly 100-200 or so pictures off of my Instagram that were, in my opinion, displaying me in a light that I no longer feel the need to be in. It’s uncomfortable to admit that I was just seeking out validation that I was not giving myself, but that’s the truth and now that I have accepted myself and everything that comes with me I now see that my intentions were not ill, but they were not good in the sense of me being good to myself of the people that actually love me.
I am beautiful & I am enough.