2013

We currently have about 13 day’s until 2013 end and 2014 begins. Obviously, i think we can all agree, it’s went too fast. All i can remember is starting college, turning 18 and Miley Cyrus teaching me all about how magical twerking is but that’s not to disservice 2013 at all, actually it’s probably been quite monumental.

I turned 18 this year, which mean’s i can legally drink and smoke. It also mean’s that i am a ~man~ ( if you know me, feel free to lol at the idea of me being considered a man ) and no longer a teenager. I feel im still fifteen so that’s ridiculous, not as ridiculous as the fact that come February 2014 i’ll be 19. Fuck.

i left high school and started college. Obviously leaving high school and leaving all my friends was hard but looking back … i can’t imagine ever going back. I do two day’s a week at college with a bunch of wonderful people who like get to get drunk with me during the week, so going back too five day’s a week and sometimes not even drinking at the weekend because you hated the bitch who was hosting that weekends party, seems awful. The only downside to college is that it’s a journalism course and i want be a writer, not a journalist.

i realized how important it is to be spontaneous and to put yourself first. I don’t mean that in a selfish way, just that i now realize how important doing the things that you want and making sure you’re happy actually is. I never considered what it would be like to detox toxic people from you’re life, i always just put up with it. As for being spontaneous, I always used to be scared, ashamed of myself and tried to make myself as small as possible and now i just don’t give a fuck. I say what i want without thinking, i do what i want, when i want. I could die tomorrow and that’s okay but i would have lived the way i wanted to live.

Finally, beyonce brought out her new album. Not so momentous but who cares, it’s perfect.

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2 thoughts on “2013

  1. Definitely get rid of the toxic people in your life. They are not worth your time. I did that a few years ago and felt so much better for it.

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