You'll get there soon

You'll get there soon

You hear people say things like, "everyday is a new day." I know deep down that seems pretty minuscule to think we can just pick up and start everything over just because it's a new day.

But maybe they're right...


You hear people say things like, "everyday is a new day." I know deep down that seems pretty minuscule to think we can just pick up and start everything over just because it's a new day. But overtime this idea of starting each day and learning to live in the present has started to stick with me.

Lately I've found myself stressing out to the max about school, work, and money. How am I going to pay for school? Am I even going to get a job out of college? Did I choose the right career path? It's not just me that thinks like this. Recent college grads all the way up to grown adults are still questioning whether they're fulfilling their dreams in life. That's until I stumbled across a quote on Pinterest by one of my favorite authors that read:

"For what it's worth: it's never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same, there are no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. And I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you're not, I hope you have the courage to start all over again." - F. Scott Fitzgerald

Punch Today In The Face.Johnson Wang

This really resonated with me because of how much it can relate to almost all of our lives. If you or someone you know is finding themselves second guessing their life or who they want to be, show them this quote. In my case, a lot of my friends who recently graduated or are still in college are finding it extremely hard to find jobs. They're second guessing themselves wondering if they just wasted four years of their lives on a degree they don't want anymore. The chances of knowing exactly what you want to do and getting there by age 22 is slim to none. For those of you reading this just know there's going to be countless detours you have to take first before you can even consider yourself close. Instead of spending your time worrying about where you're gonna end up, stop. Focus on where you are now.

We're taking our own paths to reach our goals. Some of us just happen to take longer routes. Whenever someone or something gets in our way and makes us take a step back, look around for a minute. By that I mean, stop worrying about what's going to happen next. Start worrying about what's happening now. I find myself lost in this inbetween state quite a lot. Once you can overcome whatever obstacle you are faced with, you'll feel less overwhelmed when another one is thrown at you. Instead just let it hit you. Allow it to be a learning opportunity or even a way to fuel your drive even more. Sooner or later we all end up where we are supposed to be doing what were supposed to be doing.

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9/19 Autumn Is Obviously The Best Season For These 10 Reasons

10. You can gain a few pounds without anyone noticing. Thanks baggy clothes!


Some people like summer and some people like the winter. But autumn the best season of them all (in my opinion), is never given as much credit as it should be.

While my birthday is in the fall time, I am not a biased source. This season is genuinely the best of all the seasons and here are ten reasons why it is so great.

1. It has two names: fall and autumn.


No other season can say that!

2. Pumpkin spice flavored EVERYTHING!

Haters, you need to try something pumpkin spice before you knock it. This delicious flavor makes me think of the holidays and brings happiness to all who consumes it!

3. Football season happens.

Whether or not you are a big sports fan, most Americans were raised to at least know what football is. If you went to a school with a football team, you know just how big of a deal football is to your school and community.

Plus, football games are a fun way to hangout with friends and to drink hot cocoa.

4. The weather is literally perfect.


It's not too hot. You don't go outside and feel like your face is falling off from the heat.

It's also not too cold. You won't worry about frostbite, even without wearing a jacket.

5. Professional photos always look amazing with the colorful leaves!

Who doesn't love photos in the yellow, orange, red, green, and brown falling leaves?

6. You can go on the cutest dates.

Whether you want to take your partner to pick apples at an apple orchard, carve pumpkins at home, or cuddle together on a haunted hayride, this season is a romantic and fun-filled!

7. There are so many holidays!

The first major holiday of the season, and my person favorite, is Halloween where you get tons of candy. Then about a month later is Thanksgiving with the yummy homemade food!

8. November is a common birth month = Infinite birthday cake.


I was born in November, as was my father and his father. Not to mention many members of my family, my boss, and other coworkers. This just seems to be a month for having babies! So you will be getting a lot of birthday treats!

9. Stores prepping for the winter holidays means great deals!

In the autumn, you get Black Friday shopping and other discounts throughout the months! Stores know people Christmas shop early so they get the discounts ready.

10. You can gain a few pounds without anyone noticing.

Before I explain, let me tell you that you should not give a shit if you gain a few pounds. But if you are like me, and are a bit insecure about your body, fall is a great time to feel confident in yourself while still looking cute and put-together!

So you see, autumn is, by far, the best season of them all. With multiple holidays, candy and homemade foods, and the perfect weather, who could not like this season?

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10 Things All Coffee Lovers Know To Be True

Coffee Jokes Are Not Funny!


As a college student with a few morning classes, coffee isn't just a necessity: it's a lifestyle. It's part of my daily routine: wake up, get ready, get coffee, go to class. Whether I'm having a relaxed day with little to do or I'm packed with stuff to do every hour, you can bet I either have had coffee or I'm about to get another one. If you're also a coffee lover, here are 10 things you'll know to be true.

1) You prefer either Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts

Being a New England girl, Dunkin Donuts is the way to go around here.

2) The Workers at Your Favorite Coffeeshop Know Your Order by Heart

Medium iced caramel swirl with cream and no added sugar? Coming right up!

3) You Have Multiple Coffee Machines

I have a Keurig, a French Press, and a regular switch coffee maker.

4) Tea is Gross

I drink it occasionally, but only for the health benefits tbh.

5) The Amount of K Cups you Have is Disturbing

I think I have somewhere around 100 just in my dorm right now.

6) You Wonder how You're Able to Sleep so Well at Night

You think you would be unable to sleep with the amount of coffee you drink a day, but you actually sleep pretty well.

7) Coffee Jokes Are Not Funny

They're a reality for me, hunny.

8) Coffee has Barely any Effect on you

You might be a little more awake, but barely. You just like the taste at this point.

9) Pumpkin Spice Coffee is the First Fall Food Item you get

Pumpkin Spice iced coffee = Heaven.

10) There is Never a Time When I Don't Want Iced Coffee

I get my liking for coffee from my father: we both drink a lot of it throughout the day. I used to dislike iced coffee, but since starting college last year, I grew to like it. Now, if I don't brew it myself, it's guaranteed that I buy an iced coffee.

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