College Life As Told By Kim Kardashian GIF's

College Life As Told By Kim Kardashian GIF's

When Kim Kardashian gives you Lemons, turn them into articles.

Many people judge the Kardashians, especially Kim, for having no talent. Well, I disagree. Without Kim, who would we use to create these wonderful GIF's? She has portrayed every emotion and facial expression possible. If you don't think so, download her Emoji app and see for yourself. Whats more is that all of her expressions relate perfectly to college experiences. Kim Kardashian is what keeps me going through the week and what I use as a guilty pleasure--and if you judge me for that, that's fine because I know who is really missing out in this scenario. But for those who love the Kardashian clan, like me, then some, if not all, of these moments should be familiar.

1. First we will start with one of the most satisfying moments in life: the moment after you pass a test you were sure you failed, and within two seconds we become Kim.

2. Or when life throws many struggles your way (immature boys) all I want to say is this.

4. There comes a vital point in our college careers when, despite our efforts and dreams we had entering Freshman year, we cannot help but feel lost and unprepared for the real world. Good news is, Kim gets it.

5. Life is a big fat joke, you can't help but laugh at it. Whatever makes the pain go away, right?

6. I'm pretty sure this is the most common phrase on any college campus. Which is totally okay!

7. We know college is super stressful between classes, working out, and having a job. But at the end of the day, we can all take a piece of advice from Kim.

8. On a finale note, and especially since college is filled with our poor tears, this seemed all too fitting. This compilation of the most beloved and famous crying faces Kim has made. Well, let's just say I wish any one of theses screen shots was my phone case.

Therefore, the next time you consider Kim, or any of the Kardashians talentless, take a moment to search some GIF's or memes. If none of them make you smile or laugh, well, lets be real, that won't happen.

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To The Girl Who Had A Plan

A letter to the girl whose life is not going according to her plan.
“I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.” - William Ernest Henley

Since we were little girls we have been asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” We responded with astronauts, teachers, presidents, nurses, etc. Then we start growing up, and our plans change.

In middle school, our plans were molded based on our friends and whatever was cool at the time. Eventually, we went to high school and this question became serious, along with some others: “What are your plans for college?” “What are you going to major in?” “When do you think you’ll get married?” “Are you going to stay friends with your friends?” We are bombarded with these questions we are supposed to have answers to, so we start making plans.

Plans, like going to college with our best friends and getting a degree we’ve been dreaming about. Plans, to get married as soon as we can. We make plans for how to lose weight and get healthy. We make plans for our weddings and children.

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We fill our Pinterest boards with these dreams and hopes that we have, which are really great things to do, but what happens when you don’t get into that college? What happens when your best friend chooses to go somewhere else? Or, what if you don’t get the scholarship you need or the awards you thought you deserved. Maybe, the guy you thought you would marry breaks your heart. You might gain a few pounds instead of losing them. Your parents get divorced. Someone you love gets cancer. You don’t get the grades you need. You don’t make that collegiate sports team. The sorority you’re a legacy to, drops you. You didn’t get the job or internship you applied for. What happens to you when this plan doesn’t go your way?

I’ve been there.

The answer for that is “I have this hope that is an anchor for my soul.” Soon we all realize we are not the captain of our fate. We don’t have everything under control nor will we ever have control of every situation in our lives. But, there is someone who is working all things together for the good of those who love him, who has a plan and a purpose for the lives of his children. His name is Jesus. When life takes a turn you aren’t expecting, those are the times you have to cling to Him the tightest, trusting that His plan is what is best. That is easier said than done, but keep pursuing Him. I have found in my life that His plans were always better than mine, and slowly He’s revealing that to me.

The end of your plan isn’t the end of your life. There is more out there. You may not be the captain of your fate, but you can be the master of your soul. You can choose to be happy despite your circumstances. You can change directions at any point and go a different way. You can take the bad and make something beautiful out of it, if you allow God to work in your heart.

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So, make the best of that school you did get in to. Own it. Make new friends- you may find they are better than the old ones. Apply for more scholarships, or get a job. Move on from the guy that broke your heart; he does not deserve you. God has a guy lined up for you who will love you completely. Spend all the time you can with the loved one with cancer. Pray, pray hard for healing. Study more. Apply for more jobs, or try to spend your summer serving others instead. Join a different club or get involved in other organizations on campus. Find your delight first in God and then pursue other activities that make you happy; He will give you the desires of your heart.

My friend, it is going to be OK.

Cover Image Credit: Megan Beavers Photography

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