This article seems to focus too strongly on the outer appearance of a lady. Class isn’t just something you see but feel. I have always believed a classy woman was someone who exuded confidence, wit, and intellect. She is kind, respectful and leaves her company feeling intrigued but satisfied at the same time. She is sophisticated but not pretentious. She is compassionate and generous but also sharp and resourceful. She does right by her fellow man and woman and has strong, clear values but does not feel the need to push them upon others. A truly classy woman is a model to which to aspire towards.
jina86's Life List
1. 700+ on GMAT
2. be 5 minutes early to everything
3. be more organized
4. list 50 women little girls should admire instead of symbols of stupidity and weakness
5. wake up earlier
6. volunteer more often
7. learn french
8. learn to cook. Really cook.
9. identify 100 things that make me happy (besides money)
10. Be absurdly classy.
11. go to church every sunday
12. learn photoshop
13. be more articulate
14. Give blood
15. find a job that makes me happy
16. keep a sketchbook
17. seek therapy
18. go rock climbing
19. Stop watching TV
20. speak with a British accent for 24 hours
21. Read the Count of Monte Cristo
22. read Twelfth Night
23. Have contagious joy
24. brew my own beer
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Download the sheet music and practice. You’ll eventually get a feel for the song. The music really requires strong hands for the piano. Cut those nails down to help with the left hand parts. Very fun :)
AND I’M SICK OF IT! I’ve been interning for about a year, taking paying gigs when I need it. But what I really need is a real job THAT PAYS in not just praise and thanks, but cold hard cash (checks and direct deposit also accepted). I need to do it for myself and my career.