I don’t know about you but I’ve always wondered if we choose our own destiny or if it is predetermined. I think it’s a bit of both. I think, in life, we all have a choice The choice between choosing something that makes our soul sing with joy- for me it’s writing. It’s this blog… Continue reading Your Heart Vs Your Head
The breaker of all hearts, the doomed F-word and the ultimate verbatim of how the rest of your romantic life will pan out. Or is it really? I’ve been doing a of thinking about the friendzone and I have a theory that it might not be as bad as people make it out to be… Continue reading The Friendzone
Something happened today. You see, up until this point I felt a lack of reading culture at my university. It was an absence that continued to plague me and I couldn’t help asking myself? How do these people not love books?! Don’t get me wrong, I have found a few mutual friends who share a… Continue reading The Place for YA At University
This is a comprehensive list of tell tale signs that you, my friend, have entered into the realm and chaos that is law school. You know you’re in law school when you’re sleep deprived from all the reading you have to do You know you’re in law school when Latin becomes your first language You… Continue reading You Know You’re in Law School When….
You’ll never be as young as you are today With youth comes the chance to make mistakes. You’ll never have another chance to make as many mistakes as you want You’ll never have the chance to learn and grow from those mistakes You’ll never get another day quite like this one so cherish it- watch… Continue reading 10 Things In Life That You’ll Never Get Back
Moving out. That daunting leap of faith that everyone dreams of at least once in their life. But dreams aside, there are certain practical questions you need to ask yourself before taking the big step Why Are You Doing It? Before you do anything else, you gotta have your intentions straight. Why exactly do you… Continue reading 5 Things To Consider Before You Move Out
So I finally moved out of home. Eighteen years and seven months later. It is not what I expected. I mean in some regard I expected moving out to be kind of a smooth transistion? I’d made all the befroehand preparations but the most challenging part was that I hadn’t mentally prepared myself. Even getting… Continue reading Moving Out