11 Guilty Pleasures All College Girls Are 110% Guilty Of

11 Guilty Pleasures All College Girls Are 110% Guilty Of

Because everyone loves to watch Netflix all day.

When you're in college, it's hard to always remember to eat healthy, exercise, or get enough sleep. Sometimes, or more like all the time, it feels like your life is consumed with studying and partying. Probably more partying, at least in most cases.

1. Binge-watching Netflix shows

I had to start with the most obvious because this is something that everyone does whether you're a book nerd or nightlife extraordinaire. I know that I could spend a whole day in my bed and probably almost finish an entire season of a show because I actually have.

2. Eating a whole pizza and then an entire carton of ice cream

This might not be the healthiest option, but it is definitely the best.

3. Trying the stupid bed exercises you found on the internet so you can watch Netflix and work out

Just a heads up, they don't actually work.

4. Wearing a baseball hat because you're too lazy to wash your hair

All girls know that if you're wearing a baseball hat odds are its too cover up your greasy hair. So boy, do not try to be funny and take them off because first, hat hair, and second, just no.

5. Online shopping

It is a serious addiction, especially when you need to try and drown out your boring professor.

6. Wearing only leggings and sweatpants

If I never have to put on jeans again, my life would be complete.

7. Making wine Wednesday an everyday thing

8. Dancing alone in your room

When you're stressed out it's always the best cure.

9. Taking candid pictures with your girls

The truth is they are never really turn out as cute as you expected.

10. Buying new school supplies to study but really just procrastinate

Alright, this is the worst form of procrastination and I know that I'm extremely guilty of this one.

11. Going out even when you know you should study

Sorry, but did you go to college to miss all the date parties and T-shirt Tuesdays? I think not.

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Dear judgemental, simple minded people from my hometown,

I am sorry that I have never met your level of perfection.

Coming from a small town, everyone settles to the norm of the people around them. Unlike you all, I have always been a little bit different.

I've never understood why everyone always seems to feel the need to talk down to the next person. People love to gossip about a situation as long as the situation has nothing to do with them. For every move I made, someone was always there to bring out the negativity in the situation. You all are always sweeping around somebody else's doorstep when I know your doorstep is not clean. Maybe it is time to buy a new broom. I know that I cannot please everybody and that I will also not be liked by everybody. However, I deserve respect just as the next person.

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I hope for the sake of the future generations of our small town, you all can learn to be more accepting to change.

I hope that no one judges your children like some of you all have judged me. I hope that the people that you love and care about are welcomed and accepted for who they are.

If we put as much time into being better people or helping others like you put into judging others, the world would be a much better place.

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To All The Girls Who Never Felt Like They Mattered

We are all they same, if I'm important, so are you!


I know that for a couple of my article I have written about boys out there, some that who had inspired me, but mostly some that have hurt me or made me realized different things in my life.

But now, I'm experiencing something new, something foreign to myself that I'm not even sure how to describe it. I met a guy, and at first, it was random, I met him by chance with some of the people I knew, he asked for my Snapchat, I gave it to him and that was that. The next day he snapped me and asked me to go out on a date with him, and at first I was confused, I couldn't even remember the last time I went on a date, so I was a little skeptical about it, but eventually, I said yes.

So, I went on a date with this guy, and it's been so long, I don't even remember how it's supposed to be like, but so far, everything's been good, nothing has been awkward or something like that so I'm giving it a chance. We finish the food, we leave the restaurant, and I know I had a great time, I know I hadn't enjoyed someone's company as much as I had his.

This all felt weird, but at the same time, it felt natural, it felt like it was something I needed to experience and go through to realize the things I been missing.

Now, it's been a couple of weeks since that day, and I'm still talking to him, he still makes me feel better about myself, and most importantly he makes me feel special. Like I'm someone worthy of the attention I'm receiving, and this is something new from how I used to feel. It has taken me a while to accept it, but slowly, I'm getting use it to, use to it in the way that doesn't make me feel uncomfortable with it, and instead I learn to accept it, use to it in the sense that I don't question it anymore, and instead I allow it to boost my confidence up, because now I know I'm better than what I thought I could be.

With all of this going on, it has opened my mind to new possibilities that I never thought possible. So, I'm telling all the girls out there, if I could find someone that made me feel special, so can you. I'm not saying I immediately fell in love with a guy out there, what I'm saying is that I'm allowing myself to feel something again, something that makes me feel special, and something that makes me feel like I matter.

So, I'm speaking to all the girls out there, if I could do it, so can you. Do not tell yourself what you can and can't do, simply allow yourself to feel it.

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