The older I get, the more I seem to realize I don’t want kids….. while wanting to have them, “eventually”. My biological clock is ticking and for now I’m uninterested in time management. I enjoy the freedom of not having kids but am also aware that at some point I’m going to have to face the music. Join in as I discuss some of my feelings on the matter.
I slacked a bit but by the end of the month there WILL be 30 videos! lol
OK so Day5 is the first product review of the month. I recently received Carol’s Daughter’s new exclusive to Target Sacred Tiare line in my March curlBox…… membership has its benefits! Check out how I felt about each product in the line. Any questions, let me know!
Do you think you’ll be trying this new gem?
I bartend on weekends. I love it. But I don’t love all the people I have to deal with. If strip clubs aren’t your thing, that’s fine. I’m sure you’ve been to a bar or even a restaurant. If not, seriously consider it. There are things to do besides the internet. But when you’re serviced, in the cultured world, it’s customary to tip your waiter/waitress, bartender, barber, hairdresser etc. Depending on location 20% is generally suggested. It’s not mandatory, but expected. As a bartender, I know good and damn well not everyone tips. That’s not the issue here.
The issue in this “episode” if you will is the misconception of what tips matter. At stip clubs, men come in there asking for hundreds of singles as if it’s doing anyone but the strippers a favor. The singles only help the ones you spend them on. Logic. So you telling me, the bartender, that you hit the girls off with three to four hundred dollars, while holding a wad of cash in your hand after tipping me $5 on a $150 bottle does not a damn thing for me. It’s offensive, quite actually. Do I take it personally? Hell no. It’s your money. Do with it as you please. But don’t come in my face talking like what you’re doing does a DAMN thing for me.