|Eloise at The Palm Court|
Tea solo is a great way to unwind after what can be 10 working meals in a row with gals in the beauty industry where I'm "on." Don't get me wrong, I'm lucky to work in an industry I love enough to keep the party going during lunch, dinner and even brunch on weekends with colleagues. But sometimes the girl talk can become exhausting. When I realize I've been on the receiving end of 32 conversations in a week about whether I think he's going to propose/why he doesn't pick up his socks/why we've been dating for over a year and he hasn't said he loves me/the fact that my OK Cupid date works at Trader Joe's/I want to quit working immediately and be a trophy wife and why can't I find someone who will fund my lifestyle (that's called Not Knowing Your Audience, BTW--I work about 75 hours a week and can't even imagine the luxury of twice the income and half the bills, let alone ZERO BILLS)/what kind of destination bachelorette party I should have at age 33/why doesn't he want to have a baby 3 months after we got married in our early 20s... I want nothing more than to bring the latest issue of Elle and enjoy some tea and light bites in peace. And maybe a glass of wine or two. To be fair, it's not really the topics that are beginning to incite rage, it's the frequency with which I have one of those conversations (three meals a day).
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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Meaningful Beauty, but all opinions herein are my own.
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