I’ve been pretty open on my blog about that fact that I do struggle a lot with anxiety, and it seems to have gotten worse in the last few months. On top of that, this past week was my first week back in classes which didn’t help with the already-bad anxiety. When I first started …
As I’m sitting here typing this post there are flurries outside my window…in mid-March. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m so over it and ready to for flowers to start growing, windows open, and wearing cute spring outfits again. It feels like the winter is never ending! Regardless, I’m determined to make it feel like spring as much as I can until the weather catches on.
There’s something nice about being up early and knowing that half the world isn’t even out of bed yet. When I was in high school, I hated the mornings and would cut it extremely close when it came to running for the bus – especially my senior year. Now that I’ve been in college for almost two years now, I have grown to like the mornings especially when I don’t have class until the afternoon.
On Monday of this week, I returned to classes for my second semester of my sophomore year. And it’s been quite the week of a little bit of stress and a lot of changes. Honestly, school is not my favorite thing, but I’ve found some habits since starting college that has only proved to be helpful and make life a little easier that I wanted to share with you guys.
I feel like it has barely been November, and Thanksgiving is already next week. This holiday has always been one of my favorites because it’s two of the best things in my life: family and food.
There are a lot of things that I have an immense love for in this life, but three of them are clothes, country music, and concerts.
Balancing college and finances is hard, but it doesn’t always have to be.