It is hard to openly admit, but being drunk has been my excuse for many of my actions for a long time now.
Circumstances and interactions shape us in who we end up becoming, specifically referring to our parents.
You may be confused about your last year of college. You’ll be confused because you thought the last year of college was supposed to define you, not break you apart. That’s ok.
Going on the premise that perhaps “everything is already written” through a faith based perspective, there is really no reason to hit our heads against the wall while trying to figure out this puzzle called life.
Ah, the good ole days. The light-up shoes, the Lunchables, the ability to judge if someone was cool or not based on how they wore their backpack. It was a much simpler time.
When you’re never handsome, or hot, or a stud; but instead, pretty, beautiful, or gorgeous.
It is human nature to desire to be happy but in the instant gratification culture we are in, people are expecting happiness to transpire magically. Meaning is the result of action, which ripples itself into happiness.
How does it feel? How do you know it’s real?
We travel because we want to see new sights, meet different and interesting people, taste exotic food, and experience a foreign culture. We travel because we all want to feel.
Say yes more often. Really.