Even if you manage to quit you will soon have friends telling you “You have to RSVP to my event on Facebook” and “I told you I was going to be late on Snapchat!”
This might actually be the craziest thing on the internet.
And now, I not only understand this advice, but I’ve dished it out a few times myself: “It sucks here. Don’t leave. It’s the greatest city in the world.”
Some of these are really…strange.
Your relationship status does not define you and it absolutely should not impact the amount of love you feel.
Giving to a nonprofit provides a unique opportunity to boost organizations working hard to solve issues and improve lives in our own communities.
You don’t need that boy or girl as much as you think you do. You don’t need to be in a relationship to truly feel fulfilled. You just need yourself and a little faith that someday, you’ll get to where you need to be.
Lastly, we are the generation who was told we can do anything, because we can. We can do anything we put our minds to, because we are all competent and smart enough. We just have to believe in ourselves more. We need to stop listening to the doubt that is poured onto us like rain.
Bothering to weigh the disadvantages of waking up hungover against getting totally wasted before accepting that one last tequila shot. And (usually) making the responsible choice.
What is the point? Why are we comparing ourselves to others when we should be celebrating the notion that we are unique because of our quirks, flaws and differences?