Wednesday, August 17, 2016


Most of the women I know ranging from 18-23  are still living @ home with mom and dad.  That, or living with their boyfriend while they raise their child/children.

Living at home, or not doesn't seem to matter when it comes to these women having opinions on social, economical, and political views.  Kid, or no kid their age seems to still put them into the category of responding to questions on these subjects with, "It doesn't matter;" "I don't care," or "What I think doesn't matter anyway." After hearing the same answers so many times I began to wonder do these women even feel worth it?

Is still having at home stunting their intellectual growth?  And for those women who have kids and are living with their boyfriend, are they ever able to go out besides going to work? Just to go out and have fun, or to have deep intellectual conversation with another women their age?

And even then, do they actually ever do anything, or is it all just talk?

I'm usually thinking how do I stay motivated to go to work when my boss doesn't even seem my potential? Or how do I find a reliable sitter who actually cares what I think and how I want to raise my daughter? I also sometimes wonder if Hillary does become the first women president will she do a good job while she's in office? The thing is I don't know the answers to these questions. I have a good idea of how I am going to find the answers, but even then everything is left up to chance.

However, I can make good judgment based off fact, and if I can show that I believe in myself,  hopefully it will inspire you to believe in yourself as well.

And maybe next time if you do feel like saying "I don't care, or it doesn't matter." Just remember it does, and you do matter.