I feel like I haven’t blogged in so long! Even now, I don’t have too much time but I wanted to try my best to get a post in! Whats good, guys?! I don’t even know where to begin, really.. and don’t get too excited, I have no groundbreaking new news.. I’ve just been busy AF! Working full time, in addition to being a full-time student, is definitely as exhausting as it sounds. I’ve been working 30+ since last Wednesday! It’s completely insane that we’re already in November of 2015. I was literally spacing out (as usual) & reflecting on the events that have decorated my 21st year of life. The good & the bad. As I continue to thoroughly enjoy my twenties, I try to take note of my experiences and continue to focus being kinda grown.. kinda independent.. Nothing is more attractive than a female that has her sh*t together.
This month marks the one year anniversary of my blog! You guys have been putting up with my musings for an entire year and I am eternally grateful for that! I promised myself that I would remain consistent with my website until I turn 23. If it pops by then, it’s lit. If not, it’ll have to take a backseat to whatever career path I choose to focus on instead. With a year under my belt, I am thrilled for the future of my page. I am genuinely shocked by the response my blog as gotten, especially once I started racking up on views from all over the world. Life is weird.. & it’s both nerve-racking and exhilarating to see how our lives continue to unravel.. while the pieces ironically all come together in ways beyond our control. As crazy as life gets sometimes, it’s important to always remember to trust the universe.
Trolling through Twitter, I came across a post the other day that ignited a series a thoughts: “adulthood is literally what you make it.” The phrase is so simplistic but the concept is monumental. It took me a long time to understand that what you put in is what you get out. That can be applies to every avenue of your life. Some days, I still struggle with the discipline to stay focused. You have to learn/remember to motivate yourself. Remember the end goal.
As I begin to approach my 22nd birthday, I’m unbelievably optimistic as to what is in store! I continue to wake up every morning with the notion to trust the universe. Continue to create, learn, love, and most importantly, live. I’m constantly conscious of the energy I allow to penetrate my life. Well, I try to be as mindful as possible.
When the vibes ain’t right, go left.