Tuesday, May 8, 2012

If life were a Movie

...or a television show. 
If I've said it once, I've said it a hundred times, 
I, Anna Cox, am a celebaholic.

I'm addicted to any and everything celeb related (including pretending I'm famous/have a successful blog etc).
If I could piece together everything in my life simply from my fav celebs... this is what it'd look like:

{Giuliana Rancic: her career, work ethic, and survival instinct}

{Rachel Zoe: her closet, vocabulary and celeb friends are major}

{Nicole Ritchie: street style, rocker husband, uniquely-named children}

{Desperate Housewives: neighbors that are your best friends}

{Leighton Meester: voice, tattoos, and view toward men ^-- oh wait, I already believe that}

{Sara Evans: long dark locks, singing voice, and house in Crestline Village}

{Katy Perry: kooky, adventurous, spunky, fearless personality--bet her wardrobe isn't half bad either}

{Emma Stone: physical and verbal humor, mega-watt smile, red hair}

{Kristen Wiig: writing chops, humor, ability to let it all go for the sake of good comedic moments}

{Kate Hudson: easy-going, laid back personality}

{Reese Witherspoon: aside from her name and Tenn. roots, her soft-spoken voice and acting chops}

{Gwyneth Paltrow: London life, acting chops, cooking talent, work ethic, singing voice}

But, honestly, what's stopping me? These fearless ladies no doubt had a tough road to get to where they re now; so, who's to say I can't be one of 'em. 

That settles that. 

Monday, May 7, 2012

Judge a book by its cover..?

While sitting on my apartment couch, watching SATC on DVD I stumbled upon a wonderful pearl of wisdom from the ever-fabulous Carrie Bradshaw...

She said, 
"I think it’s pretty fair to say that “open-minded” = good; “close-minded” = bad. 
But are we being too quick to judge judgment?

 Perhaps judgment is not so much a snap decision, as an early warning and detection device.  If it is instantly clear that a person, a place, or even a profession is not for you, is it better to ignore your better judgment and read between the lines? Or should you judge a book by its cover?"

This ^ has been a toughie for me lately. Do I take/go for jobs that I can get in the horrible economy, or can I be choosey and go with my gut even when I don't have another option/reason to not take it?

I'm trying to remember this: 

And remember that, in my heart of hearts I know I'll know when the opportunity is the right one. 'til then, I'll just keep chugging along this lil journey called life.

'til the perfect thing comes along I might need to pick up this little gem; I hear it's a must for gals "in my stage of life"


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