I am coming back to this blog, after moving to another one for a little, while. It will be my blog site for my personal profiles on Instagram and Twitter (KCLIVINGHAPPY). My mentality has changed in a few ways.
1. I am pulling my affiliate and book ads, and I will not be using ANY of my profiles for money. I am making money from other sources, which do not leave time for non productive income choices.
2. I am going to be openly speaking my mind...about whatever I want to do. As I have no advertisers or companies to offend, I am liberated to be open.
3. While I DO believe you should be yourself, I have to come to realize you have to BE what others want or need at times. So, don't piss off your income source and BE what is needed by your spouse and kids. Pay your bills. Eat your veggies. Do the things you need to do. If you need to be among people around you that are judgmental (like myself in Tulsa), don't poke the bear. Just give the appearance they need and move on to a place where you are not judged. Yes. It would be nice if they were evolved, but are you gonna wait on evolution to take place?
Life has been pretty good, especially after I decided to work my ass off to earn money for things that I wanted to have. In the last few months, I have added a dresser, desk, clothes, Halloween decor, and replenished my emergency budget invested. In the next month, I will be getting another TV, buying some presents, and more. Within a few months, I will be getting another vehicle to get around....till then, I am taking a lot more Ubers and doing a lot less back breaking and time consuming walking to the store.
Applying number 3, above, I have assumed a masculine role around the house and in appearance outside of the house. Does it mean that I like hunting and fighting and football? No. It DOES mean that I am allowing myself to feed the masculine natures that are within me as to making MONEY and providing and enjoying the beauty of the female body. Even when I was correctly saying my personality choices track more with women than men, I maintained a male nature in many ways that went unmet.
We all make choices. There are no absolutes. We CHOOSE which of our natures we feed, and I respect that choice of others to make. However, when you make the choice, you need to consider whether you will be an idealist alone or make compromises to please those of whom you care. My life is better when I live manly and feed that nature, as long as I don't feel pressured to be the kind of men that I have always hated.
Food for thought.