Hi. How have you been? It's been AWHILE since I've last written, not including my accidental posts, whoops. So, I thought I'd take a second to update you on the past month. A lot has happened. For starters, I'm officially in my third year at FSU. I know it's crazy, even crazier I'm officially twenty, cue the existential crisis!
If you've been following my blog you may have noticed that this summer has been crazy. I've been around the world, while at least northern Europe, and back and because of that haven't gotten to post as much as I would've liked, meaning my favorites have been a little slacking. Don't worry I'm now going back to posting twice a week. So I thought I'd combine all my summer favorites into one gigantic list! But before I do one last disclaimer: If you've read my other favorites you might notice that I didn't include a places section, that's because I've spent the summer traveling and I have way too many…
Fletcher's voice flows through my headphones, humming along to Undrunk for the third time today, I shift my gaze out the subway window. Despite the uncomfortable proximity to countless strangers and the lingering smell of stale air, I can't help but smile. Maybe it's the feeling of independence, or my strange love for public transport (even though the number of times I've gotten on the wrong train or missed it completely hints that the feeling isn't mutual) but a rush surges through me. The recent events reeled out in front of me like an old movie.
Like any good Girl Boss knows, finding your community is essential in reaching your full potential. In today's society, your online community plays a large role in shaping who you are, so why not join a community with other Girl Bosses! Sometimes, finding an online community that fits your personality can be hard so I thought I'd give you some suggestions to get you on your way to finding your online Girl Gang.
In a high-paced society centered around sensationalized news, it's easy to get dragged down in the dumps. Instead of noticing all the surrounding good it can feel like we're suffocating in a sea of problems. If you read my January favorites, you may remember my daily happiness journal, in which I write down my favorite memory of every day. I decided to make a mini happiness journal and give you a glimpse of all the moments that made me who I am today. Full disclosure: this is about to get cheesier than a Christmas hallmark movie with an extra helping of Gouda so strap in tight.