You don’t realize how fast life goes until you start to experiencing “last” moments. Your last time gazing the colorful flowers on your way to class, your last unforgettable night out with your best friends, your last time working on that homework assignment that was assigned months ago, but you decided to put it off until the day of. During these moments in your college career, you truly don’t enjoy them until you know the end is near. To my fellow soon-to-be college grads, this new transition will truly be bitter sweet. As we all reflect back on our last four years of college, there are many life lessons we have learned. We all handled it differently from others, but we essentially went through similar moments. To the younger ones– take this advice from a soon-to-be college grad that wishes she could enjoy those small moments for just a bit longer.
The summer season has finally approached! Dogs are running with the wind, children are climbing up monkey bars, and people are preparing for endless amounts of days chilling by the pool… Chilling by the pool… which means wearing a swim suit… which means everyone sees your “not so summer bod.” I am very insecure about this topic and so are many men and women around the globe… Body image.
I am going to admit that today was a terrible day. Just a few days ago I had an allergic reaction to some new makeup I wore and it swelled up my eyes very badly. With that, it has been making me feel very tired and I have been lacking sleep. Not only that, I received some bad news today after feeling very confident that I was going to receive good news instead. On top of that, it is just freezing cold outside and it is giving me the winter blues. Regardless of all the bad things that had happened today, I try my absolute best to see the positives in everything. If you ever are having a bad day, refer to this blog post because I tend to be good at spreading my positivity towards others.