Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.
Although graduating college in 4 years is a major accomplishment…I still don’t feel all that special. Especially because I was only able to land a part-time summer position…that doesn’t even require a bachelors degree.
I need to stop comparing myself to other people, who cares if my roommates have full-time positions lined up, or that my best friend at school landed an awesome paid internship. I’m beyond happy for them, I’m incredibly proud of them…it just still feels kinda crummy
But then I think about the AMAZING opportunities I had while in college. I was on the swim team for 4 years, I studied abroad for a month, lead new student orientation, was in a sorority and had a lot of really memorable moments with friends that will be in my life forever.
I was only 20 mins away from my amazing boyfriend and we had so many fun weekends just lounging around watching movies, reading magazines, and exchanging back massages (well mostly me just getting them)
One of my best friends from home has a blog where she posts positive messages and talks about the things she is grateful for. I think it’s time I took her perspective and put it in my own mind.
I’m so lucky, I almost have my Bachelor of Arts degree, I actually have a job this summer (even though its part time) I have really, really good friends, a handsome boyfriend and infinite support. I’m lucky. I just need to be patient bc I know I will do incredible things, something will happen.
Healthy does not always mean eating right and exercising regularly. Those are two key components to being healthy, but I believe healthy reflects all aspects of your life.
I feel healthy when I am confident in my body and surroundings. I feel healthy when I show love towards something or…
Sometimes you just don’t give a damn.
Really considering go to Graduate school for Early Childhood Education…. #decisions