Sometimes You Get Very Stressed Out, But It Gets Better

Justification For My Absence

I was away for a while, but I have a very good reason.


I've got to be honest with you everyone, I've been at least two weeks since I've written an article and there is a slight reason why. I have been very busy. Very, very busy. You could ask my dad about that he would confirm this information. The extent of my business has led me to not turn to write for over two weeks and for me to be extremely stressed out and very tired and stress-eating saltines at 10:30 in the evening.

However, I have slightly calmed down, and gotten a small amount of sleep, so now I can explain why I have been so busy and also, at some point, possibly apologize for the fact that I have not been writing. I have yet to decide if I will be apologizing to any more people than the ones who I have already apologized to, so we'll see what happens as we get further into this article. If I'm being honest, I'm still slightly stressed, but I've come down to normal stress level instead of a psycho Katherine stress level so there's really no saying for what is going to happen.

I did this thing over my winter break called work, and that was honestly the entire reason that I was stressed and tired and slightly a ghost of a human. I work in a grocery store, as a thing called a coordinator-which meant I'm technically management, but have no real management abilities.

I am not allowed to hire or fire people, despite constantly asking if I can do so, and I can't make any big decisions. I can, however, open and close the store, which means I might have to work as early as six am, and as late as midnight. It is, understandably, tiring. For the first few weeks of January, this was a lot worse than usual. I was also taking an online class, and the mix of school and work almost drove me insane. So no articles were written.

And then, I had to move back into college for the semester, and suddenly another week of writing was due and I was again, very tired.

Extremely tired.

It's literally only the third day of the semester and I am honestly so tired already and have already had a slight nervous breakdown. But now that I have calmed down I will be writing again. This was all just me easing back into it because, if I'm being honest, it's been a month. Sorry about that.

See you soon, with a much more interesting article.

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14 Stages Of Buying Jonas Brothers Concert Tickets As A 20-Something In 2019

"Alexa, play "Burnin' Up" by the Jonas Brothers."


In case you missed it, the Jonas Brothers are back together and, let me tell you, they're giving us some major jams. For those of us who were there when it all began back in 2007 with their first album, It's About Time, this has been one of the most important events of the year. But nothing, and I mean nothing can rival the excitement every twenty-something felt as the Jonas Brothers announced their Happiness Begins tour. I, for one, put my name in for ticket presale, have been following every single social media site related to the tour/group, and, of course, listening to the Jonas Brothers on repeat. And if you did manage to snag tickets, then you know that this is how your brain has been ever since they announced the tour.

1. Finding out that they're going on tour

2. Hopefully entering your name into the lottery to get presale tickets

3. Finding out that you actually get to buy presale tickets

4. Impatiently waiting for your presale tickets by listening to their songs on repeat

5. And remembering how obsessed you used to be (definitely still are) with them

6. Trying to coordinate the squad to go to the concert with you

7. Waiting in the Ticketmaster waiting room...

8. ...And feeling super frantic/frustrated because there are about 2000 people in line in front of you

9. Actually getting into the site to buy the tickets

10. Frantically trying to find seats you can actually pay for because, let's be real, you're twenty-something and poor

11. Managing to actually get the seats you want

12. Joyfully letting your squad know that you've done it

13. Crying a little because all of the dreams you've had since 2007 are coming true

14. Listening to every single Jonas Brothers song on repeat (again)

If you, like me, have finally fulfilled one of your dreams since childhood, then congrats, my friend! We've made it! Honestly, of all the things I've done in my adult life, this might be the one that child me is the most proud of.

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11 Amazing TV Shows That Are Ending in 2019

All good things must come to an end.


It might just be the beginning of 2019 but there are many TV series wrapping up already. There are many breathtaking and original pilots around along with several reboots coming. This might be one of the greatest year for TV.

However, all good things must come to an end. Some series have been planned out and are going to be finished while others have been cut short. Sadly, here's a list of TV series to say goodbye to this year.

1. The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Final Date: May

12 Seasons//279 episodes

2. Orange is the New Black (Netflix)

Final Date: End of 2019

7 seasons//91 episodes

3. Jane the Virgin (CW)

Final Date: Mid-late 2019

5 seasons//100 episodes

4. Games of Thrones (HBO)


Final Date: Summer

8 Seasons//73 episodes

5. Broad City (Comedy Central)

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Final Date: March

5 seasons//50 episodes



Final Date: Spring

7 seasons//67 episodes

7. Homeland (Showtime)


Final date: Summer

8 seasons//96 episodes

8. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)

Final date: January 25

4 seasons//52 episodes

9. The Affair (Showtime)


Final Date: End of 2019

5 seasons//42 episodes

10. Friends From College (Netflix)

Final Date: End of 2019

2 seasons//16 episodes

11. Crashing (HBO)


Final Date: End of 2019

3 seasons//24 episodes

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