By: Kaitlyn and Sarah If youâre anything like us, you make Pro/Con lists for every big event/decision in your life. Letâs face it, these lists never really help you decide something (you usually ha…
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Hello lovely people! I know I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m going to again.
I have started a blog with my dear friend Sarah full of our writing and thoughts about life, culture, news, entertainment, etc. It’s coming along quite nicely and I’m rather proud/excited about it. SO CHECK IT OUT!!!
Is it just me, or do very few of us know exactly where we want to be five years from now? For the confused and the frightened, the future is a gnarly place.
Who am I? What am I doing with my life? Should I switch my major to something totally different? Is everyone else actually happier than me, or are they just better at pretending? What would make me happy? Chances are these reoccurring questions never find an answer.
I’m super excited to announce the launch of a new blog I’ve created with my dear best friend, Sarah, “The Duck and The Owl.” It will be a collection of scatterbrained thoughts about life, cute things, and your thoughts too. Check out stuff we already have up including our thoughts on boy bands, summer camp, and Galentine’s Day!
Today I started my last semester of classes ever. It’s a bittersweet experience and a reminder of what a lot of people around me are going through: a quarter-life crisis. Our future is entirely uncertain and entirely up to us. There’s no more hiding behind grades and other’s expectations. We knew what we had to do all of our lives. We had to get good grades to get to college and once we were in college we had to graduate. But now what? There are no expectations for us anymore. We have to create our own expectations. That’s a lot of pressure.
It’s time to set our expectations high. This is the moment of our lives that we actually get to follow our dreams and finally get to do what we love. This isn’t a crisis, but an opportunity of excitement. So do it. Go forward and do what you’ve been waiting to do your whole life.
This article is beautiful and honest. Coming from a family almost eerily identical to hers, I strongly believe what she says we need to do. It’s time for this conversation and it’s been time for a while. We need to help those with special needs, not say that the only way they can get help is to go to jail.