Nothing in my life tracks my progress as a person as well as my t-shirt collection. I have gone from a nerdy high schooler who feels the best way to express themself (and to find like-minded souls) is to wear t-shirts boldly proclaiming allegiance or mocking things (often ironically). While some of my favorites have migrated into my rather large “sleeping shirt” collection, those are...
One of my fears is that I am doomed to move back to the Midwest (more specifically, my hometown) by virtue of missing the people there so much.
I have never had a credit crad. Throughout college into my current young-adulthood, I have relied solely on debit cards. I have yet to be convinced that I will ever need a credit card. Building credit? Paying my student loans helps me do that. Emergencies? My debit card has a $600 overdraft credit limit—given that I have health insurance, no car, no kids I cannot see a situation where I...
I want to throw a dance party. Not the New York kind where everyone goes to a warehouse or club and there are DJs. I want the kind I used to throw in high school where it’s just sweaty people not giving a shit how they look, wearing whatever, drinking whatever, playing cheesy pop. The kind where people actually want to dance. The kind that I haven’t seen in years.
Trying to work on sharing love, giving it to those I care about, worrying less about its return. So far: typing a lot more <3’s.
Things I Am Working On
Saying things in public that reflects well on my 1) morals and principles and 2) me as a person. Keeping all the bad stuff private (or at least not index by computers).
I’ve had a few friends ask me what my resolutions are. Blah blah blah the standard reasons people don’t make them. The fact is, I do have a large, vague one that encompasses a lot of facets of life. It’s something that will be (relatively) easy to do and (relatively) broad enough that I won’t freak out about missing X deadline or Y thing. In the twenty ten, I am going to...