10 Things College Girls Actually Want For Christmas This Year

10 Things College Girls Actually Want For Christmas This Year

Some things that every girl wants this year that is definitely going to require some of Santa’s Christmas magic.

Have you been naughty or nice this year? Honestly... Most of us would probably find ourselves landing on Santa’s naughty list. But HEY! Santa seems like a pretty forgiving guy so maybe he can find it in his heart to squeeze us on to the nice list, right?!

Here are some things that every girl wants this year that is definitely going to require some of Santa’s Christmas magic.

1. A 4.0 Grade Point Average

Oh Santa, I know you have seen how hard I have been working this semester day and night. Through the long nights at the library fueled by bottomless amounts of coffee, I have dreamt of somehow achieving a 4.0 GPA. So Santa, instead of gift cards and fuzzy socks this year, I would really love a 4.0… and another Venti iced coffee to get me through the day.

2. Beyonce to Drop a New Album

OK, Santa. I am really going to need you to pull through for me on this one. I don’t just want Queen B to drop a new album, I honestly NEED Queen B to drop a new album. She gives me the motivation to be a strong, successful, independent woman, OK. I need her to hype me up with some girl power lyrics so I can make it through this next semester. OH! … one more request Santa, tell her to release the album everywhere, not just TIDAL. Us college students can’t afford that shiznit.

3. My Very Own Thomas Rhett

Santa, I am just going to make the bold assumption that I made it on the nice list this year. So I am hoping that since I have been good ALL year that I on Christmas morning I will find Thomas Rhett sitting underneath the tree singing me love songs. Santa, if you bring me, Thomas Rhett, this year I promise I will never skip class again.

4. “The Office” Reunion

Santa, this one is crucial. I need you to somehow pull this one off for me. I need to know how Michael and Holly are doing and if they have had any kids yet. I need to make sure that Jim and Pam are still madly in love. I also want to know how Dwight and Angela post-honeymoon phase. THEY ARE MY FAMILY. I LOVE THEM ALL SO MUCH. I NEED UPDATES OK. So Santa, if you could use your Christmas magic to add “The Office Reunion” to Netflix on Christmas morning, I will sob out of pure happiness.

5. No Calories Count on Christmas

This one is going to require a little bit extra Christmas magic, Santa. I just need a day, ONE DAY, where I can stuff my face with cookies, stuffing, and pie without any of the calories counting against me. Even though it's Christmas, my mind is still concerned for my summer body, so if you could make calories go extinct on Christmas that would be LIT.

6. Gas Prices to Chill TF Out

Santa, I know you probably don’t understand the struggle of paying for gas (since you have magical flying reindeer) but it is THE worst. So for Christmas, if you could maybe drop a law that gas isn’t allowed to be more than $2 per gallon, that would be so dope. I promise everyone will be much happier and the naughty list will be significantly shorter next year.

7. Every Dog in the World

Santa, let’s just say if I woke up to every doggo in the world safe, happy, and loved I would be the happiest girl of all time. I just want to hug every single dog and give them all endless belly rubs. It would be the best Christmas miracle of all time. Every dog deserves to be on the nice list no matter what, OK. Christmas joy isn’t only for humans, so if you could let me spread Christmas joy to all the dogs in the world that would be great, thanks.

8. Resurrect Snapchat Top 3 Friends Viewer

Santa, not sure if you have Snapchat, but if this year for Christmas you could bring back the old Snapchat where you can see everyone’s top 3 friends, us girls would appreciate it for creeping purposes. Like seeing everyone’s top 3 friends on Snapchat was one of my favorite pastimes back in the day, I miss those days Santa. Seeing people’s top 3 friends explains so much, not only do I need this for Christmas, society needs it, OK?

9. Magical Hair Growing Potion

So this is a special request, Santa. I would really love if you could use your magical ways to create me a potion that makes my hair grow like 2 inches overnight. I have been trying SO hard to get my hair to grow Santa and it's just not happening. It is literally going to require magic to get my hair to grow any longer at this point. So if you hook me up with this magical potion for Christmas, I promise to share with everyone.

10. Kris Jenner to Adopt Me

Santa, honestly can you just pick me up in your sleigh on Christmas Eve and drop me off at the Kardashian/Jenner estate on Christmas morning so they can adopt me. Kris Jenner is literally the Queen of the world and I need her to adopt me so I can join her clan of beautiful, wealthy children. I know I am asking a lot of you here Santa, but trust me, all of my problems would be solved if Kris Jenner adopted me, OK.

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A Few Birthday Thoughts

Goodbye teenage years, hello twenties!


So, it is looking like I am about to leave my teenage years behind. I think that I want to reflect back on this time in my life and think about what I want to keep with me in my twenties and maybe some things I can let go. My teenage years have been full of love from my family and friends; hard work to make good grades in school and creating art. I developed several great friendships that I have held on to across the miles even though I went to college 14 hours away from our previous home. I am so thankful for the friendships I have made in college as well.

It seems like friends you make in your childhood and younger years can really stand the test of time. Maybe it is because when you became friends you were truly who you were. Everyone was genuine and didn't put up walls to protect themselves. You got to know someone on a deeper more personal level more quickly than if you had met later in life. I also think we laughed even more as children and that always creates good memories to look back on. So I think in my twenties I will try to hang on to the "childish" way of making friends. I will try to show my true self and will accept them for who they are, and we will laugh....a lot.

I think a good thing to let go of is always trying to make dead-end relationships work. When we were children on the playground and we tried to play a game together or jump rope and it just wasn't working, we would run off and find someone else. It was easy. It was just natural. Now sometimes I find myself trying to stay in a relationship by being overly nice, giving gifts, trying to find what pushes the persons "good" buttons. I might spend so much time trying to figure this person out that I leave out more solid relationships that are worth my time. So in my twenties, I will try to be more realistic about who to spend my time on. Some people are just never going to stand the test of time. I can continue to be cordial but won't let them rule my time and thought life.

As children, we loved our parents and siblings and would show love to them in a myriad of ways. Maybe it was hugs, pictures on the fridge, good night kisses, playing games, or just quality time spent together as a family. Starting my twenties, I am mature enough to realize the value of these people in my life. Thankfully, I have always known this. I was never the type that was embarrassed if someone saw me walking with my Mom or Dad or being dropped off in the Mom Van somewhere. I always knew these people loved me more than anyone else I was about to meet. But in my twenties, I plan to keep up with my family even when I am eight hours away from them. We are never too old to need the love of family.

As weird as it is to say goodbye to my teenage years, it's honestly helped me to soak in the precious moments of everyday life and treasure them even more. Every year when birthdays come around, it always serves as a reminder how quickly the days, months, and years fly by. I think that has been one difficult part of this birthday season. It's hard to say goodbye to the past, without a clear map of the future. But, I must remind myself that this is why growing up is a beautiful thing- as we live life and experience new things, we are better prepared for what the future may hold. Everything that I have experienced in my 20 years has served an important purpose- to make me into the person I am supposed to become. Yes, life is always changing and so am I... and change can be hard. Very hard. But one thing to remember is God is always constant. He will never change. No matter what number is on your birthday cake, He is always there...the same God yesterday, today and tomorrow. He is the Rock that we will always be able to cling to. Isn't that a wonderful thought? Even if we don't know what's in His plans for us in the coming year, it's important to make Him a part of our plans. Rather than worry about change, let's embrace it all- the good and the bad- and look to the Lord to see how He will guide and shape us.

Teenage years- the time has come. I must say goodbye to you now. But, you will never be forgotten. I will hold your memories in my heart forever. Twenties- I am excited for all that awaits me.

"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go." - Joshua 1:9

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