+ I started working on my grad school portfolio this past weekend. 🙂 I'm really excited to put it all together but I was hit with a second of "wow, can I really do this? Am I good enough? Is this good enough of a sample?" and it took awhile to get rid of it. … Continue reading there’s no limit to youth
Everything is okay. I don't know what's been going on the past two days, but everything is fine now. I feel so normal. I realized that I had lost sight of myself and it was forcing all these ugly thoughts into my head, and now I feel like I'm back on stable ground. Feels wonderful. 🙂 People … Continue reading fixing my back 103 – the finale.
Let's try this again. I think, a long time ago, I had gotten used to the idea of myself as emotional support. I think everyone has a purpose in life and maybe that was just mine. I seem to know too many people who only seem to come to me with their issues. I didn't … Continue reading fixing my back 102
I think lately I've been shouldering a lot of other people's problems and responsibilities and it's really making me a boring person to be around lol. As in, I don't even want to be around myself, I've become so boring. I realized late last night that there are only a few people I talk to … Continue reading fixing my back 101
Yo. The best bit of advice you can give to your younger self is... Just fucking go for it. Don't be afraid of things, because in the end, the only one it affects is you. If you wanna be a ho, then just do it lol. Life is short and no one really cares! Alternatively, … Continue reading “the best bit of advice you can give to your younger self…”
And another one. How easy is it for you to forgive those who have caused you pain? Honestly, I think I'm a forgive and don't forget sort of person, which is unfortunate lol. Because I want to forget. But I will always remember the names, even in passing, of people who've wronged me, even if I … Continue reading “How easy is it for you to forgive those who have caused you pain?”
I'm not sure if I mentioned it before, but even though I was baptized Christian, I wouldn't say I'm overly religious. I'm definitely more spiritual than anything. I think spirituality can create a deeper, more authentic bond with higher powers than religion can, simply because religion tends to get caught up in weird doctrines of … Continue reading praying, praying