It really doesn’t phase me that my “old classmates and friends all have jobs and are in college now” when I don’t and I’m not. Should I be concerned? Hell yeah, but the thing is, and the key phrase here: I don’t give a fuck. More power to them though.
I don’t see why I should be comparing myself. They do their thing and I’m doing mine. And maybe I would have a job if I wasn’t turned down by every place I applied. I’m still trying though.
It’s amazing how quickly my day can turn to shit in just a matter of seconds with petty words.
Like fuck you very much
I just remembered that when I was in the fifth grade, I volunteered to run for school treasurer simply because no one else did, and a girl that didn’t like me immediately volunteered after I had just chosen to. I won. Looked like campaigning with gel pens worked better than I thought.
We had a baby shower to cater today. Met new people, made new customers. It was a good day.
Finally checked out the American Apparel store at Boca Park and as soon as I walked in, I can easily say it is my favorite AA location. The ones at Planet Hollywood and Premium Outlets North are horribly, horribly stocked. Their employees aren’t that great, either.
Is it really any wonder why I was the one to receive information on Leon’s* intentions for this summer? No I don’t think it is any wonder.
I may not be going into my junior year of college like the rest of my friends, but I am pretty damn happy regardless.
The key to unhappiness is to be constantly comparing. If you keep comparing yourself to someone else, it is only going to end in disappointment. Every. Single. Time. Bitching about your faults and regretting choices is going to get you nowhere. You keep looking at the past, that is where you are to remain. Look ahead. Keep pressing forward. You can’t benefit from dwelling on the what-used-to-be’s. And if you don’t like where you currently are, you can change. No one has the right to say you can’t.
I am happy. I have amazing people in my life. My faith continues to grow. I’m not saying my life is perfect right now, but I’m still working on it.