You know what it’s like to not have that person in your life every day, so you vow to appreciate them and take care of them every day of your life.
As hard as you may try, you’re never actually going to “find yourself.” Because if you’re living your life the way you should be, you’re always changing.
You’re technically returning home as somewhat of a real person, but parts of you still regress into an awkward, high school version of yourself the minute you cross the threshold of your home.
If you make a PicStich for your friend’s birthday, she has to look good in at least one of the photos, not just you.
Someday you’ll love someone for their soul instead of their social status.
Staying in love through the ordinary moments, and seeing a relationship beyond the intense, initial honeymoon phase.
Even when you do passive social activities, like going to the movies, you still worry about whether or not everyone is having a good time.
So keep the Instagram account. Have fun with it. But at the end of the day, jus remember it’s not real.
We never just sit anymore. We never contemplate. We don’t think. We don’t stare. We don’t look out a window and let our thoughts wander, unless there’s simultaneously music playing in our ears or a book in our lap or a phone in our hand or sometimes all 3.
Apply for a job you never think you’d get. Not even in a million years. Just to see what happens.