Everything you learn about that person is in the moment.
One of the hardest parts to coming home after traveling is learning how to live fully in the present while you’re somewhere as familiar as home.
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Throughout my first travel experience, this word, this idea, this image of a certain type of person has become a natural part of my vocabulary and I have begun to find characteristics of this romantic image in myself.
We’ll all run away again.
Things change when you travel. There’s no doubt about that.
I left my career feeling full of trepidation and doubt and returned with confidence and an enthusiasm for where my life will take me next.
This is the ultimate lie.
Before you young freshmen girls sprint full force in your crop tops and high waisted shorts to the world of frat parties and fake IDs, keep the following tips in mind when you make the decision to move from sharing mouths to sharing private parts.
Aptly and unoriginally named “the year with the most change in my life” in my mind, there are many things I wish I would have done differently when I was 22; but I truly do value what I’ve learned from my stumbling. But just because I recognize the value doesn’t mean there aren’t some twinges of regret when I reflect on where I was a year ago. So here they are, the 6 things I regret most from my 365 days spent as a 22-year-old.