durrr its not personalitycafe it's how advertising on the interenet is going. You will see the same thing on facebook and google. I get ads for wedding dresses and didn't get them until I was engaged and so forth. It's better than an ad that talks about penis enhancements and had bare chested women and promises tons of porn or whatnot. Lol I'd rather them remember I look at clothes on some website then get some of that stuff. Again, it's been something they have been trying to do for years.
You are also tired because of the transition. Just keep yourself busy and all that stimulation will soon enough fall to the wayside. You can get peace and quiet by just detaching too. Also, it's just a paycheck not a life sentence. See it as a way to expand a bit. Find some friends, ask people questions, get to know them, and you might have a little fun too.
Go to the ocean and watch a storm come in with thunder and lightening and maybe some hail and seriously you will feel something in your bones, your skin, and when you breath you will think your soul is getting air too. It's awesome. :)
I am on the internet quite a bit but I don't find it that interesting. Social forums and networking is kind of annoying to me. I have to take breaks and step back. I don't need to know some acquaintances every step that day. Seriously, it makes it kind of dull when you run into people and you don't really have that much to say. Also I find it has hurt some of my friendships. It's not the best place to communicate. Oh, and some relationships need to be done when they are physically done. I have met my fiances ex wife once ( I almost did a few other times but was working) and I feel like I just want her to go away. I think it took her much longer to detach from my fiance and his family because she feels like she's still apart of it in this stupid social networking bubble it also make his family not move on as quickly. The internet is fun but don't forget about feeding your senses. In my city there are poetry slams, jazz alley, a Ferris Wheel on the waterfront, walks, going to Fremont, eating Thai food or Russian food, buying jewelry or produce at Pike Place Market, or going to the Cinerama or folk life festival. I like to ride my moped around or go to the library. There is just so much to do. Honestly, the internet is so neat in many ways but it's also a mirage in some instances. Man, I bet in the history of mankind there have never been more introverted players in the world. Lol they can hide behind their screen and feel all suave and shit. haha Anyways, there is soooo much to do. Even buying flowers, making a nice dinner, lighting candles, and incense, or taking a bath, or trying out street vendors, or getting up early and going to a bakery and getting coffee or tea. Man, the internet doesn't provide that kind of sensory stuff you need. Oh, and being indoors doesn't give you fresh air and sunshine.
And it's like colorful lines that ding when they cross each other and then diverge. And this could go on and on with someone or it can be brief. But sometimes the briefest can be the loudest. It's just crazy.
That is a deep and colorful way to express this...love it!
Originally Posted by StElmosDream Well my dear Nicole, only you can define an ideal pace and it has to be acknowledged that the first fortnight of any job can be tough but from reading your many PerC messages it seems very likely that you'll find your equilibrium eventually. *deep hug of mutual appreciation* Oh. Thank you!
Life is definitely a constant learning process!
Well my dear Nicole, only you can define an ideal pace and it has to be acknowledged that the first fortnight of any job can be tough but from reading your many PerC messages it seems very likely that you'll find your equilibrium eventually. *deep hug of mutual appreciation*
I have clicked on two or three, one was advertising a college and another was advertising a piece of news about Montana laws and another was for some charitable foundation that had a strange name so I had to see what the heck it was.
But I NEVER click on ads that don't look legit, like really cheap and weird.
Actually, thinking of it, I left this site open the other day for too long, just left the window for maybe 6 hours total, I think somebody was trying to do something, so I had to "force quit" the computer. I'm just glad I caught it, just coincidentally. Like a random window popped up saying I needed to "download such and such" and I called BS... O_O
Personally I don't click on any adverts, got too many viruses from doing exactly that on my old laptop (not this laptop - the one I had before)
Well mine is not for sale ;)
Oh I guess I somehow attached some thumbnails. (The girl is my younger infp 4w5 or 5w4 sister)
Mr. JaySH, you may not believe this, but some 'dude' named William, who only occasionally shakes his spear (what?), just gave me a phone call and said he enjoyed your poems greatly. Please, keep up the good work.
And if you don't believe in this William story, I'm not surprised... well, I wouldn't believe, either.
As always, another enjoyable expression of self :)
if I were you, I'd consider something in the behaviour science field. something like social work would provide facts about people and helping them directly. or you could do some nonprofit work too-doesn't pay much but if you're working with a wholesome group it could provide that opportunity to travel and socialize. hope this helps! :)
I'm new to here and am having the same problem...did you ever figure out how to post a new post?
I am an atheist. I recently came out as an atheist. I have some beliefs in spirituality, but I am an atheist primarily. My family is sort of religious, but expect me to go to church and understand and follow the rituals. I used to be Christian, but disagreed with the Bible and found so much of it so offensive that I scrapped it. I also could not take my church's dogma and obsessive following of ritualistic legalism.
Hehe, so much hate for such a small person... :)
Wow I love this one justjessie :) really resonates with me *gentle hugs*
Originally Posted by zolof It's because people are so ignorant that anger is necessary to make improvements. Agreed...but, what you see as ignorance may be what they see as an enlightened view, and, vice versa. Sorry, I was off for a bit and just now saw this. :)