About once a day, you ask someone to call your phone because you can’t find it.
Over the past few years, Brianna Wiest has gained renown for her deeply moving, philosophical writing.
I started writing things I wanted
and things I had but never wanted
1. There are absolutely no rules
2. Whenever someone gives you a list of rules, always throw out Rule #1.
If you’ve ever wondered how to be a 20-something, you’re not alone. Through articles, columns, and the lists that fly across our screens and social media feeds, we’re bombarded with advice on how to be our best selves.
Lists are not for people. People are not meant to fit into check boxes because they change and they have flaws. Finding someone who checks off all items on your list is nearly impossible.
Kendra Syrdal is probably in a bad mood. Unless she’s writing, making fun of something, or eating tater tots.
I’ll admit it. I’m a hopeless romantic who believes that love is worth fighting for, nothing comes easy, each day tests us to become better people if we are playing it right.
Whenever you’re out with friends and someone needs something – ibuprofen, gum, deodorant, chapstick, tissues, whatever – you’re always the one that has it. But only because your bag is a black hole where convenience store items go to die.
There’s really no such thing as having an “anxious mind.” There is only having your anxiety fueled by your thoughts (which is something that everyone experiences now and again).