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Hello friends want to follow the mundane life of a broke colored girl. Well here's the blog to follow

My name is Tab, 21, lover of many things from Christ to kpop. Nerd. Newly natural and trying to find my way around the natural universe. Forever a Student. Learning to love myself each and everyday and trying to figure out my place in this crazy thing we call life.


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Is Starbucks really worth the $5+ people spend there on the regular? And it’s it really that good to where people need to post about it on their Instagrams? I’ve never had Starbucks before but within the past month of living in California I’ve seen more then enough Starbucks to last me a lifetime that I’m thinking of making a stop there to see to try it out.




I just had the memory of me saying “MySpace” in a higher pitch valley girl voice everything time I took a picture back in middle school & early high school *shudders* WHY DID I EVER DO THAT!!!! Like what was the point, ugh. Cringe.




I’ve never set foot in Urban Outfitter before, not because I hate the store or anything, but I’ve just never lived close to one but looking at their prices I honestly feel like I’m better off staying far away from that store. Those prices are OUTRAGEOUS!!I could go to a thrift store and find the some similar items there for way cheaper and be just as stylish as someone wearing a UO outfit.








glamour:

Midi-length skirts. Why? ‘Cause you’re a lady. *Dressed






I’ve been laying in my bed since yesterday and THIS FEELS AMAZING!!!! Don’t have to run after my niece and nephew (they’re in AZ with my parents for 2 weeks HALLELUJAH). I start the medical program at school on Monday (hopefully I get my scrubs on soon) and I’m praying the G.I bill pays for my classes (I always get nervous that the paperwork won’t go through & somehow they’ll take away the g.i bill since my grades were less than stellar last semester).

But I know God is gonna take care of everything and take away any worries and fears I have. I had orientation yesterday and I think I’m really gonna be successful there. Here’s to me starting something new and staying with it, Medical assistant here I come.




I’ve never in my life have heard of it, but I’m dying to try some (and I’ve been craving sushi as well). Help is such a beautiful thing, there’s this tiny Japanese mom and pop shop, with no menus at all, only takes cash (no credit , debit NOTHING but cash) and they just sell poke bowls and sushi. But here’s the kicker they’re only opened from 11am -1:30 pm or until the run out of fresh foods (also they literally make the food there in front of you, fresh from the sea)

I’m thinking about making a stop over there tomorrow morning to check it out, because this little place is crazy popular here with the locals and they sell out quick.




Um excuse me dear brother I love you and all, but you’re not about to shut down my plans of owning an ridiculously oversized phone to where I can throw on gaudy looking pink&purple phone cases on it, with over the top kawaii anime charms on it. I WILL NOT ALLOW THIS!!!!!

You gonna have to get that iPhone 6 on your own plan, I’ve been cut and dry with dad about wanting this samsung phone for 2 years now and been waiting on this update for 3. I’m sorry I dropped your iPhone trying to run for the train and it cracked, but you got that mess fixed today so don’t try and pass your old iPhone down to me like you’re trying to help me out, when all you’re trying to do is help yourself.






blacksitcoms:

90s Black Sitcoms, Ranked

The Cosby Show, what has long been considered the greatest black sitcom of all time, celebrates its 30th anniversary in two weeks. That the show’s legendary run is marked by a return to a more diverse television landscape this fall seems fitting: NBC, ABC, and FOX, along with other networks, will debut a variety of shows that cast minority actors in lead roles (several are women of color). This push for more nuanced programming brings to mind the 1990s, a decade known for its rich portrayal of black life through shows like Living Single and Roc. Here, a completely indisputable ranking of black sitcoms that aired between 1990 and 1999.

See the rest of the list here.


Dear Lord I forgot how stressful fasfa can get, tbh the last time I filled out a fasfa form was about 4 years ago when I first started college and honestly nothing really came of that :/ (unless I missed something back then). And to make thing even more complicated, being in another state from my parents is adding a bit of anxiety here.

Gotta email this, call that number, fax this, text that, & wait for a response UGH this is a lot of work only to possible find out in the end I may not even get a penny (not 25, considered a dependent, have no dependents myself, and my dad being a Marine probably makes what they consider “too much” for any aid).

Can’t wait until this is done and over so I can just focus on getting a job and paying for things, I’d rather do that then stress over non existent financial aid.




When you realize your life has made so many changes very fast and you’ve been so busy that you haven’t seen the past the first episode of Sailor moon Crystal, nor have you kept up with the new merchandise that’s out 0_o.

WELP time for me to grab this jug of chocolate milk and some ritz crackers and marathon some SMC right now.






azurepalerthanthesky:

some stuff from my instagram over the past few weeks c:


I rode the transit bus and train today in California, Thank you Jesus, IM SO PROUD OF MYSELF!!!! I know its a small and a silly thing to be happy over but to me and my shy, closed off self this is big. I’m slowly getting myself out ere and seeing different things Cali has to offer, and I just can’t wait to see more of it.





jerrodkun:

Please send help




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