Some of you RBNS newbies may not remember Sheryl Spencer. She originally was a big fan of JA and NonSociety, and the girls gave her the odd shoutout during TMI Weakly segments. But Sheryl turned on them quickly and hilariously when she started paying close attention to the shit show, lack of work ethic, lack of accountability, refusal to accept criticism, etc. etc. etc.
Seems she pissed Sheesh off, and Donk is chiming in with more of her “I AM A VICTIM!” bullshit. Wonder how that therapy session went, if she bothered to show up for it at all.
“Please reflect before you judge”
Katrina’s right – be careful about judging other people’s careers, love or family lives: we ALL have obstacles, many of which aren’t obvious to an outside observer. Just remember – you wouldn’t want anyone else to judge YOU! Fill in whatever cliche you want here, but something about walking a mile in another’s shoes (or Louboutin heels, in this case) would be my pick. 😉
PS. Anyone who says TV segments aren’t work has never done a TV segment.
Ummmm, shyeah…rock on then, Katrina, you glamazon, you! I kinda love it when busy career gals-on-the-go like her just lay it all out with a, “Listen, SORRY I haven’t blogged in a few days, but I have a BUSY LIFE that doesn’t always allow me that luxury, mmmkay dorks?!”
Hey Shamelessly Sheryl!
I can’t help but respond to your comments about my post. Wow! It seems you are looking for the worst…
My job is as a freelance TV correspondent, so I’m not trying to be a glamazon. Just as you purport to be on your blog description, I am being “shamelessly real.” This is what I do to pay the rent. This is what I have worked my butt off to do since graduating from Harvard over 10 years ago, not withstanding waitressing jobs, internships and assistant positions. This is not luck, but rather the result of years and years of hard work. And, yes, I LOVE my job, and I’m thrilled about it’s trajectory, but it is still my job. I only share such details with readers to let everyone know I’m not slacking on blogging — just sharing that things are going really well and I’m really busy, and really lucky.
And, believe it or not, most TV appearances are NOT paid. Really. Truly. Of the thousands of appearances I have done over the past 5 years, I’d estimate that at least 95% are not paid — unless you have a contract with a network, which is rare (although I certainly wish that was not the case!)
Please look before you leap, and reflect before you judge.
I’m being an honest lifecaster/blogger/person/whatever and am sharing my daily reality in as honest a way as possible. And, based on the description of your blog, it seems as if that is exactly what you’re trying to do, which means we’re in the same boat!
That said, let’s support each others’ pursuits rather than assuming the worst or scoffing at our mutual efforts to achieve happy, successful lives, or making snarky comments. Imagine how much stronger we would all be if we all chose to be positive.