I with all my heart wanted to title this “An Open Letter To The Boy That Didn’t Deserve Me” but decided that wasn’t 100% fitting. I only occasionally write incredibly personal things on my blog. This is one of those times (further disclaimer after the letter)
I made a post exactly like this almost a year ago, but I haven’t realized how much I’ve changed in the past year until one of my dad’s friends brought it up yesterday.
I’m not exactly sure what caused me to change for the best, whether it’s basically being single for a year (learning to love myself on my own), going to school out of state, or just getting older, I definitely have grown into a better me within the past year.
Today I’m here to show 10 Things You Probably Don’t know about me!
I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was about 8 years old and have been taking medication ever since. Needless to say, I still have ADHD symptoms, just less than I would if I was unmedicated.
After being almost complete with my second semester of college I have a little bit of insight into ways to keep your college life organized even if you struggle with ADHD!
I’m here today to give you my top five tips on how I survived college so far and have stayed organized, you can even use these tips during the summer!
We all have bad days, some more than others. I used to struggle with depression and anxiety greatly, so it felt like every day was a bad day for me. After a while, my sad feelings went away, mostly thanks to this blog, and I haven’t had a really bad day in a while, until yesterday.
When I have a bad day or something sets me off, one of two things happen, I either get over it in an hour or I’m really sad for a day. I don’t necessarily get really personal on my blog, but I spent the majority of my day crying and being sad yesterday, just over someone’s words.
I know how horrible it is to have a bad day or to be upset, so I’m here today to give you five ways to stay and feel positive even on your worst days.
No matter where you go to college you have a lot of new experiences, but when going somewhere out of state, you obviously can have different expierences. You don’t have your family, friends, and likely don’t know anyone there. Today, I finished my freshmen year of college. Although I only go to school one state away, 240 miles to be exact, it was still a … Continue reading What I Learned From Going To College Out Of State
If you’re new here, or forgot I existed due to my failing to post for a month, monthly happiness is something I post about every month. I take time to reflect on all the good situations I was put in, by choice or on accident over the past, around 30 days.
January was honestly a great month for me. It was full of a lot of different events and adventures that I can’t wait to share.
I feel like my past 5 posts have started with the same thing, making excuses for where I’ve been.
And you wanna know something?
There shouldn’t be excuses. I have time. Massive amounts of time. And you know what I do during that time?
October was a great month filled with a lot of cool opportunities! If you’re new here, every month I share somethings that made my month great. Why do I do this? To show that even when you don’t think your life is going right there is always going to be something positive!
Although it’s only October and I have only been here a few months, I have learned so much. I am here today to share all the great and not so great things I have learned so far!
I write here trying to balance college, a social life, and being a content creator. I’m struggling but I think I’m going to make it. If you;re new here, even month I do something the features what made my month better.