I'm the new black, but in color and that color is all the words that come up from inside my head. Fact: This Blog is for me to feel like a real writer. It's just like the feeling that the characters from the movie "you got mail" felt when those words appeared on the screen, that's how I feel when I clicked on P.U.B.L.I.S.H.E.D. That's just a great feeling. I can't see myself no writing in the sense of forever. Writing is magic and when you read me becomes true and when you comment starts to scream. I just love it. A place to be, to let myself go.
Should we change ourselves to get notice? When we are thinking of a Makeover, do we really need it? Maybe Makeover is just a Word of a way to speak…..Figurative Speaking. Would see.
Inspired by a TV Show that I just watched that’s why this Post. (Yeah! Inspiration comes from everywhere and no matter the time I guess). Well the Program in question was about Makeover, time to change, time to tell the World: “Hey, I’m Here”. I guess, sometimes for that to happen you need to start to change, perhaps the way you look, the way you speak or think, but never eliminate in total the person you were born to be.
Lets give this post a twist, lets give it a makeover. You start a journey at school, you get to the University, you pick a major, you graduate, but then, when you are out there in the real World call Job and because you need to work; you apply yourself into something else, but doesn’t mean that you have to leave behind the past in total, maybe you can applied what you learn into the new thing that you are in even if you think they are not related.
Per example I have always felt like a writer, like an artist, but then I ended in the World of Education, but I continue writing, but my writing was in relation with education (and other stuff of course). My major has to do with Education in total relation with teachers, my job is to give tools to them to use in the classroom, but then when I needed to get a job I became then a teacher of junior highschool students, but because the school that I was working in didn’t give me a program or anything like that; then I was applying my major by doing and planning my own tools, my own Program to use in my classroom. And now I’m a mix of all those changes that I walked through.