I can write a paper, paint a portrait, and address/analyse issues on a microscopic (or even atomic) level. Yet, putting together a cute outfit is like rocket science to me. In fact, I could probably learn rocket science before I learn to be fashionable.
A week or two ago, I Continue reading →
Graduation is knocking on my door and I can’t wait to answer it! With that in mind, I decided that my first post for the great month of October should be a reflection of the past [FAR TOO MANY] years of college that I’ve gone through. Also, I went through a list of prompts for posts and this was one. When considering what lessons I’ve learned, I tried to only pick the 10 most essential lessons to my growth into adulthood. Continue reading →
In just a little more than a year, I’m planning to move with only 2 suitcases, a backpack, and a purse. It sounds like it isn’t much, but I really don’t own very many belongings anymore anyway. Continue reading →
I know that I don’t have to re-invent the wheel, yet I always feel like I do. Perhaps it’s another product of my pesky habit of overthinking everything. (Which I am diligently working to get past.) All I know is I have to learn how to do more with what has already been done. Continue reading →
Don’t ignore red flags when you’re dating someone. Just don’t. It’s never worth it… Now, if only I could go back like 10 years and say this to myself! I wonder where I’d be. Continue reading →
I never thought I’d see the day where I’d be praising myself for making mistakes, yet, here I am. It’s turned out to truly be a major key in me overcoming my issues with myself. In fact, I believe I’m much closer to overcoming some of my bad traits because I allow them to happen, acknowledge that they’re negatively impacting my life, and I plan to do better WITHOUT beating myself up and hosting a pity party afterwards. I wish I would’ve learned sooner that this was what I needed to do, but I didn’t want to. Running away from my issues just seemed so much more attractive.
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“Water only what waters you” is how the saying goes. “What you allow is what will continue” says another. It all boils down to the same thing, don’t give all of your energy to people and things that drain you. Well, there’s another half to that solution for one-way relationships and I learned that the other half is to divest.What I mean by that is, not only should you stop putting any more of yourself into the relationship, but you need to take as much as you can back AND invest it somewhere that will immediately start to replenish you. Continue reading →