12 Motivating 'Grey's Anatomy' Quotes Every Senior Needs To Hear

12 Motivating 'Grey's Anatomy' Quotes Every Senior Needs To Hear

It's a beautiful day to save lives... and try to pass all our classes.

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Senior year is wild. We have finally reached the point where we need to decide what's next all over again. Grad school? Internships? A new career? Honestly, if you truly know what is coming up next, then congratulations! But if you're like the rest of us just trying to get through to the end of the week - these motivational quotes are for you.

1. "Have some fire. Be unstoppable. Be a force of nature. Be better than anyone here and don't give a damn about what anyone thinks."

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- Cristina Yang

2. "Sometimes the future changes quickly and completely, and we're left with only the choice of what to do next. We can choose to be afraid of it, to stand there trembling not moving, assuming the worst that can happen, or we step forward into the unknown and assume it will be brilliant." 

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- Cristina Yang

3. "You don't need to feel finished because this isn't the end of you. There's no finish line. There's no end point. You just have to go."

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- Meredith Grey

4. "You see what you want. Do whatever it takes to get it like me. Don't ever apologize. Sharks never apologize."

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- Cristina Yang

5. "At the end of the day, the fact that we have the courage to still be standing is reason enough to celebrate." 

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- Meredith Grey

6. "At some point, you just have to let go, move on. Because no matter how painful it is, it's the only way we grow." 

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- Meredith Grey

7. "Knowing is better than wondering. Waking is better than sleeping, and even the biggest failure, even the worst, beats the hell out of never trying."

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- Meredith Grey

8. “If you aren’t willing to keep looking for light in the darkest of places without stopping, even when it seems impossible, you will never succeed.” 

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- Amelia Shepherd

9. "The future is the home of our deepest fears and out wildest hopes." 

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- Owen Hunt

10. "You just don't give up. It's lame. You're not a quitter."

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- Alex Karev

11. "It's your life, nobody can make you do anything you don't want to do." 

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- Alex Karev

12. "The only way to fail is not to fight. So you fight until you can't fight anymore." 

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- Amelia Shepherd

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30 Reasons Brooke Davis Is Forever The Iconic Queen Of 'One Tree Hill'

Sometimes being single and independent will get you farther in life than worrying about guys and fake friends.
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Every "One Tree Hill" fan out there undoubtedly has the ability to go on and on about why this show is beyond amazing and unlike any other show to grace our lives. Some things are a little far-fetched but for nine straight seasons, it was hard not falling in love with all the characters as if they were legitimate people in our real, everyday lives— you either loved them since day one or hated them every other episode.

Every character is unique and relatable in their own ways but no one will top Brooke Davis' character transformation in Tree Hill. She's someone everyone should strive to be despite being a fictional character and what's even more amazing is that actress, Sophia Bush, makes sure that B. Davis' legacy will forever live on— because let's be real, "One Tree Hill" isn't going anywhere, even after years of being off-air.

We all know that there's only one Tree Hill, but there really is only one Brooke Davis and here's 30 reasons why she will forever be the iconic queen of "One Tree Hill" always and forever:

1. She believes anyone can overcome any sort of stereotype.


2. She's driven and makes things happen.


3. She knows how to give her heart to someone.


4. She still tries to see the good in everyone regardless them betraying her.


5. She even forgives those who don't deserve to be forgiven.


6. She's not afraid to make a fool out of herself.


7. She isn't afraid to do something bold to impress a guy or keep things hot.


8. She knows to never settle for less than what she deserves.


9. She stays strong for those around her who need it.


10. She emphasizes how success means nothing if you have no one to share it with.


11. She's all about fun and good times.


12. She will always be straight with you.

13. She will make guys go out of their comfort zone to prove to her why they deserve her.


14. She believes everyone should love themselves indefinitely because it's OK not to fit society's expectations.


15. She stayed true to herself and never changed for anyone.

16. She overcame so many toads before finding Prince Charming.


17. She will crush you with words if need be.


18. She's a true girl boss and has admirable integrity.


19. She's never afraid to be a sasshole.


20. She will go off if you mess with someone she loves.


21. She knows exactly what to say at exactly the right time.


23. She isn't afraid of her 'crazy' side being seen because everyone has 'crazy' in them.

24. She proves that happiness is one of the most beautiful qualities to have.


25. "At the end of the day, you are who you are and it's probably who you've always been."


26. It doesn't matter who you are, if you're a nice person, she will be your friend.


27. She knows how to be a friend and will be the very best one you'd ever have.


28. She isn't afraid to admit she misses the past sometimes.


29. She's an always and forever-type of friend.

30. She reminds us that fairy tales do, in fact, exist so always keep your head up.


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6 Times I've Felt Old And Irrelevant This Semester, My Senior Year Of College

Don't say the "S" word... but also don't talk to the kids you used to babysit because they'll tell you you're old too.

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Being a senior in college is terrifying. You feel old, you don't know any of the new members in your sorority, and you have to start helping your younger brother with college application questions (even though he is forever going to be 12 in your mind).

So, in honor of almost being done with my last-first semester of college, here are six times I've felt old and irrelevant.

1. The girls I used to babysit are now about to get their licenses. 

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Like, are you kidding? I used to read you books and make sure you were in bed by 8:30 and now you're going to formal and driving around the neighborhood. I'm seriously starting to mentally prepare myself to see all of you speeding through the streets of downtown.

2. My younger brother is APPLYING TO COLLEGE!

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In the minds of myself and my best friends, my brother will forever be 12-years-old. We still get weirded out that he can drive. So the fact that he texted me asking what he should put down as an answer for a COLLEGE APPLICATION absolutely sent us over the edge and made us panic.

3. My dog is going to be three. 

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This may seem very minor and insignificant but we got my dog when he was 5-weeks-old, and I've yet to throw him a birthday party because I've been at school. He is now turning three and I feel like I've just missed a lot of my child's life.

4. The question is no longer "what's your plan for the summer," it's what are you going to do for a living?" 

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OK, OK, OK, so, like, I can't just have random summer jobs anymore. I get it. THANK YOU, FAMILY, I KNOW I NEED A CAREER. Anyway, the fact that I have to even THINK about sending in resumes and cover letters and putting together portfolios makes me feel ancient, and I'm just not ready to adult yet.

5. After this year, I will barely know anyone left at my high school.

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I used to pride myself on being able to know kids back at my high school so I could go and help people out for different graduation ceremonies that my high school does. After the class of 2019 graduates (my brother's class) I will know basically NO ONE and will *officially* be irrelevant.

6. People applying to USC are now 2000s babies!

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Literally everyone that just joined my sorority was born in 2000. I know most of us were born in the late '90s and can barely refer to ourselves as "'90s kids," but like there are no more 'youngins' that are from the '90s and it just freaks me out.


Basically, I'm old. And it's really starting to hit me and freak me out.

SO, to all of the kids I used to babysit: stop growing up.

To my brother: stay 12.

And to everyone that's younger than me and is complaining about being young: STOP IT. Appreciate it. Love it. Stay young forever.

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