I finally tried the cracking nail polish and I have to say, I’m not impressed. I kind of liked the look on other people’s nails but I’m not a fan of how it looks on mine. I tried the pink rock top nail polish from Kiko over a black base and, while I can’t say it looks bad, it just really isn’t my thing. I certainly prefer Konad’s nail art or, well, just trying to keep my hand steady to do something artsy. I think it’s ok to go to a concert or may be a night out, but for everyday I think there are better options. However if you want to try it, Kiko has them for just 4,90 €, definitely worth a try.
I’m about vent, you’ve been warned.
Today I got home really frustrated with my job. My hours will be reduced yet once again. At this pace I won’t have a job by June. The worst part is that this job was meant to be temporary. I was supposed to be working in my field by now. I was willing to do any kind of job remotely related to my degree for whatever money but even that is not possible. I keep sending e-mails, and I haven’t lost hope but after sending zillions of resumes, I’m starting to be a bit demotivated. The thing that makes me mad is that everyone I tell this to tells me it’s the crisis and that it will get better. Honestly I don’t see an end to this so called crisis in the near future. I only see it getting worse, especially here in Europe. However, if there really is a crisis, how come rich people are richer? I’m sick of being told that there is a bad economic situation. There might be. But the ones who caused it are benefiting from it and it is the regular people who have to struggle. I’m tired. I don’t want to keep on hearing we have to make an effort to help the country, to get over this situation. Why don’t you, politicians, bankers, business people, make the effort? You certainly can.
And yet I know that my situation is quite ideal. I won’t loose a house, or have my children starve if I lose my job. I will probably, at some point, be able to find another one. There are people way worse than me. But that only makes me angrier at the unfairness of it all.