SO IN MY FIFTEEN YEARS OF LIVING
I HAVE NEVER SEEN A GREEN CHRISTMAS IN MONTREAL
NEW YORK YES
BUT MONTREAL, YOU HAVE DISAPPOINTED ME.
So yeah, the trap of staying home, part 1.
I think it's vital that one should go out of the premises of their house on regular basis, not for basic needs or work but for the pleasure of going out.
I'm currently in the vicious cycle of staying in the house out of unwillingness to leave, I used to leave the house every school day off and was willing to.
Going out made me happy.
But heck, by doing nothing, having that fixed mindset of assuming you've seen enough.
I was on outside person until my dad told me to stay home to watch over my brother and he'd let me go out at times for a few hours and he'll be alone but I had to cut it short due to my mom and also I gave myself unrealistic, rushed work which was killing my love, I broke out of that.
The Trap of Staying Home part 2.
The internet makes me cynical sometimes, though it is true that 7 billion people can't give a shit about me, I cannot help but ah fuck it.
My friends think americans are more likely to me dumb and idk I feel like they get their perceptions from the media or what not, I don't see America for how stupid or whatever they maybe, when I look aat New York, I just see it as a beautiful place full of diversity
Lost steam. Anywyas like idk us humans aren't meant for this extent of sedentary lifestyle.