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We live in an age when self-discovery is never ending.

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(PHOTO: MICHELLE LOUISE BIRD)

I messed up a lot in 2015 and 2014 and 2013. With 30 quickly approached, I realized I needed to change my life before it changed me – forever.

Single, overweight, and starving for male attention – I started watching ABC’s hit reality series, The Bachelor, and experienced something akin to a religious awakening. I had three major epiphanies:

  1. The only way to scare rich independent women into competing for a man is the threat of a rose ceremony.
  2. The only way to make a positive change in your life is to call it a “journey.”
  3. The only way to find love is on TV.

Self-improvement is a road I’ve walked down many times, and every time it was totally fruitless and totally boring.

I turn 30 this year and pretty soon I’ll be too old for reality TV, unless they bring back Rock of Love (CAST ME). The fear that I would never be one of 29 women competing on national television for the love and validation of a total stranger, is palpable.

It’s time to get hot and find a man. Won’t you join my journey?

 

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