There are a lot of things, from the simplicity of college years to my relationships, that I like to keep for as long as possible—even when I know that all of it is temporary. I forget that sometimes, that can be a good thing.
Just because we’re growing up, all of us, doesn’t mean we don’t fall back on the little things that used to work for us in the process. Even if they’re little things that we thought worked for us, when maybe they didn’t. If it ain't broke... Maybe we need a second opinion.
First year was all about getting the hang of college and then second year, well, that was for realizing that you never can get the hang of college. So then what about year three?
Essentially, it's kind of like saying it takes two to tango. Two hands to clap=everyone has a part to play in what happens. After all, it's never really just one person or one thing that plays into an outcome, it's usually a lot of little things. At least two.
Without hesitation. There’s really no other way to do it. When you go into something doubting your own capabilities, what you want, what might happen… You have to jump in head first. That’s what WOW was for me this year. I’ll be honest, the summer was rough with two summer classes I willingly signed myself…Read more How to Start Something You Don’t Feel Ready For
The difference between what we need and what we want in this world and why one may be everything to us; the other gives us nothing at all.
Do you ever do something not because you truly want to, but because you feel like you should? I could easily be talking about work or writing or love or smiling... I could be talking about living. In a way, I kind of am. Let’s make this personal shall we: throughout middle school and high…Read more Living out of Obligation