I've recently came across several articles about us being a 'Netflix and chill' generation, with no apparent interest in going out anymore. I don't necessarily think it's true, but I can see why this trend seems to be a breaking point from the usual youngsters troublemakers behaviour.
Certain cities around the World attract you for no apparent reason, even more so if your mantra is 'Wanderlust'. Other times, instead, you feel like you don't really belong to a place despite have been living there for a while. Things get worse when you don't feel 'at home' even in your home Country.
When offered the ultimate all-in-one make-up product there are two things we should consider. First, how many products would achieve the same result combined; the second would be the pleasure of buying multiple items and see them lined up on our "battle-station". Nonetheless I know it's hard to resist anything with 'miracle glow' written in rose gold on a sleek packaging.
I have extreme mixed feelings about school uniforms. When I see kids wearing them I can't help but singing to myself 'poor unfortunate souls' and swirling in my black attire. At the same time I am against the typical school segregation according to the most random criteria. I understand why they say a uniform is the only way to make this division less likely to happen because everyone looks the same, really, I do, but at what cost!
I know for sure I am not the only one who grew up with the myth of the full-time contract: the symbol of financial stability and being an adult, especially if said job is your dream job, or not too far from it. If you need to catch up on the 'having your shit together' episode, you can find it here. If you have no idea what I'm talking about you might need to start from here instead.