I’m not asking you to like me. I’m not asking you to be my best friend. All I ask of you is to respect me as an individual. Acknowledgment goes a long way, honey. Try it.
Haven’t written in a minute. But these last couple weeks just so happened to be a never ending roller coaster. With the end of school just around the corner, FASA events every single day on my dead week and news that emotionally attacked me; my body has been left to feel nothing but extreme exhaust and dead sickness. I can’t keep treating my body like this.
Anonymous asked: Hello, do you have any advice for incoming college/university students? And on a more personal note, what's your major? What do you plan on becoming? What's your dream job?
My advice for you is to find a place on campus where you belong. I strongly believe a student succeeds in such a large university when they feel like they have a home and are constantly surrounded by support. Leaving home and high school to take those first steps into college can be a scary experience, unless you do it right. I found my place freshman year and am now in my senior year leading an organization I found home in. It’s an amazing feeling and will definitely make your college career. Also, STUDY ABROAD. It’s literally the most phenomenal way to learn and spend your money. The programs universities have are experiences you will never get a chance to live after college.
I am graduating in two weeks; double majoring in Communication and American Ethnic Studies.
I want to be many things in this life; I have many dreams to one day accomplish. I want to work for Warner Bro. Studios in Los Angeles, and then eventually work for them internationally as their representative that travels the world. I want to spend a few years and write for a very high end, well established magazine in New York. I want to live in London and happily work for a majorly successful marketing company. I want to help communities in third world countries get off the ground and into homes, with warmth, water, food and an opportunity to an education. But as of right now, my very near future is already set for me to become a teacher. And I am nothing but excited.