Hey guys!! I'm sorry it's been so long!! I went to a wedding this weekend so I had no time to do any writing. I'm super excited for this article because it was requested by you guys and I love writing things you want to read!!! Today I want to give advice to anyone sitting on the dating sidelines and who is trying to get in the game.
Hey guys!! This was a requested post, but I had actually been wanting to write about this for a while now. It's super applicable if you're just starting out in high school or college. It can be a huge switch moving to a new school. Even if you know a few people who go to your new school, they may not be in your classes and it can be really scary. I've so been there-- I came into my freshman year of high school with only one other person from my eighth grade class. But now I've found my people, and I want to help you guys do the same!! I'm going to do this as a list, so here we go:
Hello beautiful!! As you can tell from the title, this post is basically just going to be me telling you all kinds of good things about yourself. Before I start I just want to encourage you to share this with your friends if it helped you. This isn't a self-promo thing, I promise, but if you find something in here that helps you, chances are there's someone else out there who needs to hear the same thing!! Life is tough and so we should do everything we can to help each other and build each other up. You never know who is in need of hearing something kind.
Hey guys!! My friend Charlotte requested this post, and I'm excited to talk about it because it's so relevant. It's something so many people struggle with, including myself. We struggle with feeling sorry for ourselves so much because as much as it sucks, it's just way easier to see the bad in a situation as opposed to trying to find something positive.
Hey guys!! Before I start this post I want to make it clear that I 110% support people's decision or desire to go Greek!! It's honestly such an amazing thing to have a community of such tightly knit girls, and sororities put TONS back into their communities, which is beyond awesome. However, I do have a few problems with them, which are 1.) I can't afford a milkshake at Steak n' Shake so I definitely can't afford the room and board, 2.) if I go Greek I'll have to put my sorority letters in my insta bio which means I'll have to add the Greek keyboard to my phone which is a real inconvenience, and 3.) rush.
Hey guys!!! If you're in high school/college, this is the article for you. I know I would love to be doing more to help others, but unfortunately I'm always busy, and since lifeguarding part-time over the summer didn't exactly provide me with an excess of money to donate, in the free time that I do have, I want to be making money for the basic things that I need.
I think a lot of us get stuck with the idea of growth. We get frustrated when we don't see results immediately. We hate when things in school don't click instantly. We hate when our relationships don't come immediately. And we especially hate when we do one crunch and our flawless abs still. aren't. there. Jokes aside though, we really want results immediately, but it just doesn't happen like that.
I know, it's kind of a forward title, but it's pretty accurate. Recently so many bad things have been happening-- the nation is divided by political standpoints, natural disasters are destroying homes and lives, and it seems we can't go a week without hearing about another terrorist attack. There's also personal problems we have to deal with-- the fact that you failed the test you studied for for days, the guy you like is dating someone else, and you and your parents are fighting. With so much happening in the world, how can we possibly find anything good?