Thursday, May 7, 2009

San Diego Here I Come!

I just registered for my Summer Intensive classes at the University of San Diego! Last night I booked my plane tix. Also, I told my boss yesterday that I would be leaving the company at the end of July to go back to school. All of this goes to prove that this is really becoming REAL. It's official, I am actually going to do this.

On a side note, this morning I was reading Become Your Own Matchmaker by Patti Stanger, the star of the hit reality show The Millionaire Matchmaker. In the chapter titled, "First Days of Infatuation" she discusses the danger signs to look out for during the first 90 days of dating. One in particular really hit home for me because it perfectly describes the last guy I was seeing.

"If your main form of communication when you're not together is texting, it's a sign of immaturity, and he might not be ready for an adult relationship. Real men use the phone. You may think texting is a quicker, more efficient way to communicate, but in reality, it takes less time to dial and number and say a few words than it does to type a message, no matter how good you are with your thumbs. The man who texts doesn't want to actually speak to you--he's like the kid who just wants to poke you to let you know he's there."

When I would complain to my therapist about this guy, he said the same thing--that he was immature. He couldn't be any more right! I'm just glad I've cut off communication. I feel more sane and able to concentrait on what really matters--investing in myself and my future. That's all!


  1. That's so exciting! San Diego is beautiful- you are going to love it.

  2. For you on your journey:

    Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe that your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires courage. -Ralph Waldo Emerson

  3. Nope I don't live in San Diego- Boston actually so I'm just jealous of people who live in San Diego haha.
    Anyways, I have done all the Levels of the shred. 2 and 3 are definitely hard but I still love the dvd, it kicks my butt!

  4. I didnt know you made it 'official'. Congrats girl! Im losing another close friend to the beautiful west coast =( but im proud of you and will definitely come visit you and Jazz :)