Let your emotions be big. Let the pride and the confidence take over if it makes you happy. Be forgiving and continue to focus not on getting better, but just being better.
This was totally meant to be one of those, "saved drafts" that never sees the light of day. But I think these last 12 months are something to be celebrated so - cheers to all the friends who keep me sane, the family who supported my decisions, and the girl who stood strong and is continuing to make all of this happen.
I truly can only sum up this experience in one word: incredible. I know so many of you think I'm insane, but you can't understand how much time I was wasting on these sites. Aimlessly scrolling for what probably totaled hours of every day, and for what? To keep up with people who I never speak to? To see what new meme Carley is sharing with her friends? To receive another pointless chain message? To boost your ego by double tapping that IG photo? If the shoe fits..
In a world so reliant on technology, it's crazy to imagine cutting it from your life. I may be a little more shocked with the concept because of my professional background. In a world where social media is a key piece of every strategic marketing campaign, it's almost impossible to unplug.
I know I'm young, and millennials are supposed to never settle down, but I don't think I'd be able to survive without splurging and turning this place into a real home. Plus, I've always considered myself to be a product of the wrong generation.
I, by no means, consider myself a Disney expert. I’ve never been to the parks, there’s quite a long list of movies I haven’t seen & I’d say the most of my childhood Disney experiences came from the TV channel. Seriously. Special place in my heart for Hannah Montana (RIP,) The Suite Life and Lizzie … Continue reading Don’t Judge a Fox by his Hustle
Three years ago, had you asked me what I was doing with my life, I would have answered with, "all the wrong things." But now I'm going all in for the rest of this journey and I'm ready to play with the best of 'em.
1. There's always more of yourself to discover. I didn't know I enjoyed fitness, & I forgot I loved to read. Sometimes when your life has a puzzle piece that doesn't fit, you forget that some of the other ones fit perfectly. 2. Life is full of adventure, take it. The only ropes tying you … Continue reading 7 Things I Learned While Waiting for the Right One