We can safely say there are two kinds of people: those who are confident without make-up, and those who feel better wearing it. Me? Torn between the knowledge that my face looks just fine, and the desire to look 'better'. Because that's what make-up does, apparently.
Everyone knows that in the Southern hemisphere seasons are opposite compared to the Northern one. It's summer when it's winter and it's winter when it's summer. That is very easy in theory, but I'm finding it pretty hard to grasp at times. By the way, I totally wanted to title this post 'Hello from the other side'.
The whole 'it's not a phase, it's who I really am!' situation has its place in time. The bright side is that, when you are wearing a suit, your background is well covered and you can finally sit wherever you want in the cafeteria.
So you have graduated college, or university, and at your age your parents were married and had two babies, a house, a car, a job. What do you have? A minimal looking white Instagram account is not an acceptable answer.
There is a time during everyone's life where you feel like you have to 'pick your place'. In the most popular American high-school movie tradition it's safe to say you had to fit into one of the stereotypical cafeteria groups. Spoiler alert! In reality you don't have to.