I very often get FOMO -- fear of missing out. Actually, let me rephrase that: I used to very often get FOMO. It's not as frequent, but when it does come up, it's like a tornado ripping through all my solid, mental and emotional work. It unhinges my root chakra (that I've worked s o hard to … Continue reading staying in multiple lanes.
I just came back from this event with friends and friends of friends (remember how I mentioned I had this thing?) . Well, it was boring. I was so bored. I, overall, was so, so incredibly bored. But I'm not sure why, to be honest. The friends that were there are cool people and I … Continue reading yo.
Friends are a wonderful invention. To think you can meet people who like you enough without obligation is really cool. They're not related to you, so it's a special kind of relation. They don't have to be around you, but they choose to. Or, I think that's what friendship should be like, in an ideal … Continue reading if you don’t have a good reason why, then why not?
For my whole life, I've wanted to be liked. It's not a bad thing. It's not the best thing, either. Honestly, it just gets in the way. I've only recently learned this, so I'm talking through it as I write. I'm trying to reconcile my own feelings about this. I definitely think that if you are … Continue reading to be liked.
There are few things I dislike more than someone wasting my time. Oftentimes, I can avoid this. I'm really picky with my time and energy and I'm getting better at distancing myself from things that don't vibe with me. I used to feel horrible, though. If a friend asked me to do something, I would … Continue reading don’t waste my time, please.
This is a friendship part two post. Remember when I said I had good friends and mediocre ones and there was a high possibility that I wasn't a good friend and I needed to be better? Well, I didn't lie. I am not-so-good at friendship, and I am working on getting better. I've given some … Continue reading let me tell you about my best friend 
I'm not the best at opening up to people. Like I've said before, I try, but just can't seem to. I don't know when a good time is to talk about myself, and sometimes I feel as if interjecting makes me a conversation hijacker. I feel also sometimes that people don't care. It's harsh, but … Continue reading you should never tell anyone anything, otherwise you end up missing everybody.