I slowly understand that mistakes are inevitable no matter how old you are, hell you might continue making the same mistakes over and over, but that’s the beauty of life, everyday is a chance for you to change, to improve or even learn.
Stop constantly trying (and failing) to ‘quit’ social media. Just learn how to take it with a grain of salt. Understand that as fun and addicting as it can be, it’s also largely full of crap. Yes, it’s super entertaining, but it’s also one large filter that makes everybody’s lives look prettier. Just have fun with it and remember not to take it as reality.
People are not lying when they say these are the best four years of your life. So go out on weeknights, celebrate every little event, make meaningful friends and enjoy every second. The years of college will fly by – enjoy it from the very start.
we play the waiting game with life
expecting to wake up one day
Getting a degree was supposed to be a security blanket. But realizing there are so many things I can do with my life is just too OVERWHELMING.
You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing. When I left my job, my brain was basically screaming at me being like, “Hey dingus! Look at all your friends with their secure jobs and vacation days! What do you have?”
So what does being “intimidating” really mean? At the bar, was I intimidating because I didn’t bat my eyelashes, smile, and laugh with a stranger I didn’t really care to be spending time with?
It was a warm January afternoon, the 29th to be exact, when we locked eyes at a local organic cafe. I briefly smiled.
Every time Facebook brings up one of your Timehop photos, there’s a 96% chance that she’ll be in it.
I could hold on to every single heartache and failure and disappointment, the endless moments where I so desperately wished it would have worked when it couldn’t have been less well-timed.