The books are flooding in now, with no end in sight.
When you give away your clothes sometimes it can just be that, but most of the time it’s giving away a part of yourself. You’re saying: “Here is this nostalgia. And I don’t want it anymore.”
Remember what Patrick Henry said: “Give me Capri-Sun or give me death!”
A 48 hour vacation isn’t going to cut it. Carter Reynolds needs to get the f*ck off the internet. At least for a little while.
Sometimes adults just fudge the truth a little bit.
Things don’t just go in a perfectly straight line. Sometimes we zig-zag all over the place. And you know what? That’s okay. That’s actually way more normal.
Your purpose is more than a college degree and a desk in an office. It’s so much more than your nine to five job. Somewhere along the line, underneath the pile of uncertainty and stress, you forgot that you are more than your career.
Recently, I have come across many articles about how difficult it is to be in your 20s. Between graduating college, getting a job, paying bills and trying to date, 20s just seem like a detrimental ball of stress that keeps rolling and rolling until collapse.
My friend Michele is over. She is searching through our CDs and looking for songs to download to her iPod.
Host: You could work in the cafeteria!
Kim: That’s embarrassing.