I’m so thankful for the amount of views I accumulated over the short month of February! I’m hoping that I’ll double that 1,920 this month. I just keep telling myself to stay consistent, write from the heart, and the audience will gravitate to your words. I hope. I’m just going to keep grinding and continue to write as much as I possibly can!
This month I want to focus less on myself and more on what is relevant in entertainment (media, music, fashion). I also thought it would be a good idea to begin featuring people again. I head to the 203 for spring break Thursday night so I’m looking forward to getting some pieces out on a few people back home! Definitely excited for that.
In regards to today’s post, I wanted to talk about a hot topic that’s been causing a huge stir, from Twitter to the Breakfast Club: Kylie Jenner and Tyga.
Kylie Jenner is 17. Tyga is 25. I’m not the type of person to judge anyone based on anything, especially when I don’t know them personally. I never do (or try not to at least) because I wouldn’t want someone judging me and making their own assumptions about my life and my decisions before actually meeting me. Before they can even sense what I’m about. Whenever I hear people criticize this situation, I just try to look at it from a personal stand point. Apply it to my life. What was I concerned about at 17? What was my mindset? Forever 21. Facebook. Boys. Private School. Gossip & Drama. Mascara. Bacardi Raz. Volleyball. Boys. All I knew up until that point was just a slice of what I know now at 21. Mentally, I wasn’t in a place to even properly handle my high school relationship, never mind someone in their twenties.
17 and 25 represent two completely different mindsets.Two totally contrasting places in life. Mentally. Physically. Emotionally. Spiritually. Financially. The priorities alone are just complete opposites.The older you get, the more you establish a sense of stability. I know all about it because I’m going through that transition right now. Growing up in the media, I’m sure Kylie feels as though she has been forced to mature quickly. It’s vital to acknowledge the experience that molds you with age alone. Wisdom that can’t necessarily be taught, but more so experienced.
When you’e young you also think you’ve found the one you’re going to spend the rest of your life with. Been there, done that. At 17, I was convinced I was so in love. You get older and look back and just think, while your feelings may have been strong for that given person, you’re a baby! You have your whole life to grow, love, learn and experience. If I had one message for Kylie, it would be to just live your life, girl. Focus on you.