To continue my little life series, I thought I’d make a post about how to start off the ‘University Journey’. Sounds nice and easy, doesn’t it? Well, we’ll see.
Ah, September. Here we are again. Back to school, back to winter coats and covering up, back to life. It’s time to dust off your text books and get back to all those horrible responsibilities.
They say “time heals all wounds” and, as much as it sucks to say, it really does. This applies to both the physical and the psychological. I mean, if you lose a leg you’re probably not getting that one back. But after some time, it won’t be bleeding any more. That’s kind of what I’mContinue reading “Time Heals”
A few weeks ago, just before I was supposed to go and visit my first choice university for an open day, I decided to defer my place.
Today, I saw the doctor.
At the start of this academic year (about a month and a half ago), I swore to myself that this year would be different. I swore to myself, and everyone around me (mainly to give myself more of an incentive to actually do it) that I would change. I would do all the things thatContinue reading ““Insert-Motivational-Quote-Here””
Who is the right type of friend? How do we know who are the ones who deserve our friendship? What crosses the line between a few flaws that we learn to love, and being a bad friend? And how do we know we aren’t the bad friends? Friendship is a strange one. Romantic love, understandable.Continue reading “The Right Type?”
I became aware yesterday of how pretentious I sound a lot of the time. Especially in writing. For example, in my last post “Shedding Skin”, I spoke about my experiences with losing friends and the act of dropping toxic people from my life. And as I was writing, I saw how out of my ageContinue reading “Age Appropriate”