An Open Letter To You
talia jane

I actually feel bad for you. Let me explain the reasons why.

1. The fact that you believe you can afford rent on your own at an entry level position is ridiculous and showing your lack of experience in the “real world”

2. You bite the hand that feeds you, guess what. It will bite back, if you think your open letter to the man who signs your checks complaining about not making enough money because you have absolutely no comprehension regarding finances. That you can blame yourself for.

3. Try living in NY where minimum wage is $8.10 with NO health benefits. You would be living in less than a studio and eating Ramen noodles every night. But at least you would have a roof over your head and maybe be smart enough not to get an apartment that is 1200 a month with no roommate.

4. DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH HEALTH CARE IS?!?! Around 600 a month for a decent plan.

You are a naive little girl. I am only a few years older than you but thankfully much wiser to this world and how to live in it. Child, nothing will be handed to you. You can bitch, moan and complain about how much your CEO makes but I’m almost going to guarantee he worked for it.

I see a future of many more “inspirational” open letters from you and you doing literally nothing for anyone. You’ve even said it yourself, you think and no action to follow. Hopefully instead of taking the comments that have joined your pity party, you will take the comments where people are telling you what you are doing WRONG. Think of it as constructive criticism.

You have a lot of growing up to do. You don’t know what it’s really like to struggle and you should be grateful for that. Go to a soup kitchen, go to an LGBT center where children have been shunned by their families, go volunteer at a homeless shelter or an animal shelter, do something with your free time and get of the damn internet (not sure how you’re paying for that either)

LEARN FROM THIS! And if you don’t. Shame on you.