Lately I have been thinking a lot about my life, and what on earth I am going to do with it.
People constantly expect me to have some life-map and I always felt like such an adolescent failure when I couldn’t honestly answer what I was going to do.
After a lot of deep thought and consultation I have decided that the only thing for me to do is to become a genuine celebrity.
This may sound crazy to all of you, but here are my reasons:
1–Celebrities, for whatever reason, have an insane amount of influence on the people of the world and so many Celebrities set terrible examples. I, however, am always making excellent life choices and I would be an extremely positive example to America’s youth.
2–Celebrity could be a wonderful vehicle for spreading my values and passions to the rest of the world. I want to be able to promote arts education and positive body image, and if I become one of “Hollywood’s IT people” then I can encourage others to follow in my footsteps. It’s all nice and good for me to stand up for something, but if I can get hundreds of thousands of people behind me, think of what I could accomplish!
3–If I were a celebrity I could (presumably) pay off my student loans, buy a car and a house, and then if I get a lot of work I could start building auditoriums at schools around the country and start providing scholarships for students.
4–As a celebrity, I could also encourage the positive body image and dressing for your body that I talked about a while back by getting pictures of my style in fashion magazines. No more photoshopped brink-of-death models, but a hot living breathing girl who isn’t afraid to be herself and to be noticed for it!
5–I could reach out to other celebrities and encourage them to make better life choices.
6–I would be able to work on and hone my art all of the time, and not be stuck in a job I hate barely scraping by and thinking “I should’ve listened to my parents and been an architect or a mathematician”
7–I could eventually publish a book and release an album!
8–I would meet a lot more guys so it would be easier for Mr. Right to find me. (I would NOT be a crazy dating mess, but I would have a larger man pool to compare against my list) AND as a celebrity men would be more likely to be attracted to me. But then they would have to get over the celebrity and get to know me as a person, not just an excellent leader.
So while some of my reasons are selfish (but isn’t all of life-planning selfish?) my motives for becoming a celebrity are mostly altruistic.
I am not sure how to go about becoming a celebrity, but I seem to be getting positive feedback lately on my performing so I think this is the way to go.
I am going to continue in my “Make a healthier me” campaign by eating better and resuming exercise next week, and I am going to add a mental part to the campaign and start thinking positively and trying to build up confidence.
After all why would I be gifted with a name that means Industrious Star Princess if I wasn’t supposed to live up to it?