Over It

Here we go again with the guy issues.

I’m really sick and tired of the excuse of “work” getting in the way. Sure when I work festivals and shows, I get super busy. Life gets busy, we are busy people. But if I really need to make a phone call, I’m sure to actually make a phone call to the person I need to. Whether it’s work or relationship.

I truly believe, if you want something bad enough, you’ll do whatever you can to make it work.

Yeah, it didn’t happen with this last one. I’m not saying he’s a bad person, but if you’re not into me, just tell me.

It beats having to play the guessing game so I can move on with my life. So with that, I’m just going to move past it myself and move along. He’s not worth my time, especially when my dad is in the hospital. Dad just got out, but he had meningitis, not going to lie, life was rough these couple of weeks.

But like always, I get through it and get over it.

 

Sorry this wasn’t music related at all, but I really needed to get this off my chest.

 

 

Don’t fall into the Deep End

The music industry is hard to get into. Guy or girl. You really need to have a personality, a good work ethic and great skill set. Unfortunately, majority of people can be really rude, so there goes one third of them. Unfortunately again, majority of people my generation feel that should have things handed to them. So again there goes another one third of the people. Then there are the people with skills. I would say another one third of the people don’t possess this.

So if you are good at math, you would need to know that even if you have two out the three, there’s a good chance you won’t get the job. The one I would say you could get away with is a crappy personality, because let’s face it, if you shut up and get the job done, that’s really all that matters.

So with that being said, I hate to compare my personal and professional life. But it is true, I’m starting to look at friends like they are clients. And if friends aren’t awesome, won’t put in the effort to create a great friendship and don’t utilize their strengths and put them to good use, I feel that makes you a very lazy friend.

My point is: No matter what in life, treat people the way you want to be treated. Work really hard at anything you do in life. And always remember good things come with time.

“I Believe That I Can Make You Scream”

I’m filling out a form for a mentorship program in Nashville.

One of the questions for the  form has is “What is your definition of success?”

And I thought about it really hard, because everyone has a different definition of what it means to be happy. As I’m writing it, I’m not actually sure what I truly think about it. Because everyday is different. Everyday I wake up wondering what the hell am I doing, wondering what will the day bring me, what will I do today.

Today, my definition of success would be to be laying next to my best friend. I’ve known her since I was two weeks old. What would I be doing with her, besides celebrating her birthday.Probably talking about our families,friends, boys and life. It’s so easy to be around her, I am inspired by her everyday.

I really hate the fact that I will not be there for her birthday, but I’m here trying to make my life happy and successful.