Pity party…table for one

  1. Sweet Nothings says:

    oh, well im glad your feeling better health wise!

    I am a FIRM believer in pity parties sometimes..my ex bf called me on friday night to gush about how much he loves his new gf, so i had my own wine filled pity party watching wedding shows on e! crying, so i feel ya.( and I am over him, but who does that, really)

    but..I really think great things are coming your way! I have a feeeeeling

  2. LindsB says:

    Glad you are feeling better- it sucks to be in such a funk, and I’ve been there plenty of times. But, the positive side is that it all comes to an end and you climb out of it and then become your normal self again, but better.

    I agree with Sweet Nothings, and great things are coming your way!!

    Love your dogs, they are so cute!

    Feel Better, and keep your head up!! xoxoxo

  3. Sarah Danielle: Jeune Marie says:

    Oh darling! Email me – I need your design help right now, and I am not just humoring you! 🙂

    BTW – Could sweet nothings comment be ANY cuter!? Those girls are hilarious!

  4. MaryBeth says:

    I have felt this way many times. I joined a gym and go with my friend 3x a week just to have something to do without going to the mall and spending money. I also bought one of those sad lights. I really feel the blues in the winter so I am hoping this makes a difference. Spring is soon and that always makes me feel a little better, hope it does for you too.

  5. Courtney says:

    Chin up! Great things happen to great people, so I know blue skies are ahead. xx

  6. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    Sending some Brazilian sunshine your way – it looks waaaay toooo cooooldd – brrrr!
    Take Care!

  7. Colour Me Happy says:

    I have been reading a lot lately about what makes a blog great and you know what it is? Showing your humanity, thats what people like. It just means you’re as human as the rest of us! Thanks for sharing your life with us!

  8. Kwana says:

    I totally get what you’re feeling. Thanks for being so honest and I hope it turns around for you soon. It’s tough and scary to step out or be push out onto your dreams. And I get it about feeling like you’re not contributing, but you are just by being your wonderful self!

  9. Beautiful Living says:

    I really truly think that things will work out for you. As far as I’ve seen on your blog, you really are talented. Time to put that high-heeled foot in the door!

    big hug

  10. Lauren says:

    Huge hug camila! 🙁 i'm sorry you're feeling so down but i know it's going to get so much better. I know how you feel starting your business: some days it's like "I can do this! I'm talented!" and then other days it's like "No one will ever hire me… all the others out there are so much better." It's like I told you from the beginning… self-confidence is one of the biggest things in this business. Just keep believing in yourself & MAKE it happen. big hug & I'll talk to you soon.

  11. Haven and Home says:

    Hi Camila,

    We have all been there, I know it is a helpless feeling. Things are hard right, trust me I know. But don’t worry, things do get better. You are very talented, your blog is amazing and you have an amazing personality that reaches out to people. You are bound for success!

    Please call me if you need anything!


  12. Pink Wallpaper says:

    each day that goes by will get better…just don’t get down on yourself! you are far from a loser and are extremely talented! great things will come! keep your head up.

  13. Freckles Chick says:

    Oh, Cam! It’s completely normal to feel this way. You’re going thru a major life event!

    As someone who was between jobs twice in ONE year, I can relate to the feelings: scared, inadequacy, purposeless, etc. I promise you it will pass! Everything happens for a reason, and this happened so you can pursue your dream. I hope w/ all my heart that you succeed, but if you don’t at first, don’t consider it a failure. Consider it as experience.

    Thinking of you!!

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