Family is nice & everything, but man they can stress you out with all those probing questions about your future that you can only answer with, “Well, I don’t know right now…”
So someone casually offered me a job last Sunday that sounds awesome, even though it’s just a summer job, but at the time, I wasn’t sure if I’d be free during the weeks she listed. Found out today I would be free and I’ve just emailed her letting her know. I really, really hope that job is still available. It would just be so cool.
Anonymous asked: Did you get that bag yet?
1. Favorite childhood book? Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling & Remnants by K.A. Applegate 2. What are you reading right now? The Amnesiac by Sam Taylor & The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien 3. What books do you have on request at the library? No books currently, but I have Doctor Who series 3&4 on request. 4. Bad book habit? Reading too many books at the same time and slowing myself...
Don’t you love those times when you suddenly just feel like you should work out…like, right this second? I just had one of those spontaneous drag-out-the-yoga-mat-and-do-some-squats-and-sit-ups-and-break-a-sweat moments. And I feel pretty awesome. I need to start doing more sit-ups though, I timed myself today to see how many sit-ups I could do in a minute and it was disappointingly...
Just ordered this bag. I’m a bit nervous because the dimensions they listed means it’s smaller than my previous messenger bag (R.I.P) which I thought had been the perfect size, but I’m hoping that it’ll be one of those bags that seems bigger than it is.
The thing about journals
is that they kind of render a thing like Tumblr pointless when you originally started using it as a sort of personal blog/outlet. But I like handwritten journals because they are completely and totally private. There’s no romanticizing your situation because no one is going to read it but you, and if you’re me, you know that I laugh at myself in past journals because I was too busy...
A Good Day
So. Nursing? I recently decided it’s not for me. Which at first was a panic-y kind of feeling, like, “Okay, then, now what?” I decided to go back to my original plan which was to get an Associate in Arts University transfer degree. Back when I decided to go for nursing, I’d decided that the transfer degree was too wishy-washy and nursing was much more definitive. Which may...