12 Times Carrie Bradshaw Actually Made a Really Good Point
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On my last night, I had an urge to twirl down the street.
Mind you, it was midnight, and I was alone…. For someone who spent a good amount of my life caring about what other people think, it was so freeing to just be…free! The second part of my trip was to Italy. I remember telling people from a young age that I was going to marry an Italian business man. Where does an 11 year old get that idea? No clue, but I was serious.
Within hours I had six dates set…for that night. Lucas, Lorenzo, Michel…they were all eager to meet up.
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My friends suggested I do a bachelorette Italy edition, tell them all to meet at the same place and time, and live Instagram for my followers at home to choose who would win the date. While probably great content, I decided against it. Instead I slowly weeded out the weirdos as the day went on and settled on a date with Nico.
But it was when she said things like this that her single fans rejoiced, as opposed to kicking themselves for not having a partner. Being single doesn't mean you're a pathetic, unlovable human; it means that you're in the driver seat of your own life. And that can be pretty amazing. On embracing imperfection Source: HBO "I will never be the woman with the perfect hair who can wear white and not spill on it. But Carrie was under no illusions, nor should we be — her whole being was frizzy, klutzy and a little scattered.
Better that than unattainably perfect.
HBO "The most important thing in life is your family. There are days you love them and others you don't, but in the end, they're the people you always come home to. Sometimes it's the family you're born into and sometimes it's the one you make for yourself.
- 12 Times Carrie Bradshaw Actually Made a Really Good Point
The women were each other's family. They're bonds that last longer than a pair of Manolos — and provide more support.
On the delusion of fate "I got to thinking about fate. That crazy concept that we're not really responsible for the course our lives take.
That it's all predestined, written in the stars. Maybe that explains why, if you live in a city where you can't see the stars, your love life tends to feel a little more random. But pondering fate brings us to an important realization: If we don't let ourselves get hung up on something as fantastical as fate, you open your mind and heart to possibilities not dictated by fairytales, the kinds of possibilities we can grab for ourselves.
Knowing you're in charge of your own life is empowerment at its best. On embracing your weirdness Source: HBO "Somewhere out there is another little freak who will love us and understand us and kiss our three heads and make it all better. It's just might take time before you finally find him or her. In the meantime, don't give up those three heads; they're what make you interesting.
On living in the moment "Maybe the past is like an anchor holding us back. Maybe you have to let go of who you were to become who you will be. Too many of us spend too much time dwelling on the "what ifs. It's tough, but accepting who you are at this moment is what maturity looks like.
On breakups "Destroy all pictures where he looks sexy and you look happy. It's only in creating distance from the good times and quitting our obsession over the old images and his new ones that we're able to move on and heal. These days, Carrie would probably say, "Delete all pictures where he looks sexy and you look happy," plus unfriend him on Facebook.
On the messiness of love "I'm someone who is looking for love. Ridiculous, inconvenient, consuming, can't-live-without-each-other love.