Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Living Everyday Different

                 Living Everyday Different.

 I came to the conclusion that I am going to live everyday different. Everyday is going to be something to explore. I mean I have an internship that I go to Monday through Friday from 8a.m. to 5p.m. But, other than that, I don't have any other responsibilities. Things, I came up with before I go to work includes; taking a new route to work in the morning or grabbing a mocha or latte, before heading in. Putting a little MORE  make up on (but don't look like a whore) or waking up earlier to exercise in the morning. Little things like this can really make a  world of difference and seriously make you feel refreshed beyond measurements.

After work, you can do things such as treat yourself and grab an ice cream, or go to the beach ( assuming you live by one) and admire the beauty. No matter where you live i'm sure there is a local lake or pond with ducks or wild life, take a trip there a feed the ducks and birds.

 Laugh a little more today, smile just because, go to a movie with a friend or by yourself (why not). The moral of the article is; TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT EVERYDAY, don't keep doing the same thing day after day or week after week. May you LIVE everyday of your life, just because your breathing doesn't mean your alive. Each day should be lived with a joyful heart and a sound mind. Some things to keep in mind;

1. stop complaining- there is always someone out there doing worst than you.
2.Be proactive-stop waiting for others around you to do something and take action instead.
3.Try new things- Embrace change and new ideas,get yourself out there, travel and explore new things. volunteer, travel.  
4. Set your goals- Don't settle, achieve and believe that anything is possible, the word impossible itself, even says im-possible.  
5.Discover your passion in life- Find out what moves you, what makes you happy and do all day, everyday.
6.Be positive- Create positive energy, be optimistic, fearless and upbeat. 
7.Spend more time with people who enable you- Surround yourself with individuals who you admire and want to be like. 
8.Pray more, worry less- "Cast all your cares to Lord and he will sustain you"
9. Smile more- laugh for no reason, don't let things bring you down, don't dwell on things that cant be changed. 
10. Breath- Express your gratitude, focus on creation, and relax; life goes on. 

Have a great day and enjoy. 

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

What am I suppose to be doing at age 22

I got asked a question, what am I suppose to be doing at age 22? I'm single, no children and a college grad. Should I be getting ready to join a relationship in hopes that in the next two years he'll pop the question. Should I start having children, starting to get ready for a family? Should I already have a career getting established? How about living on my own or paying a bill or two. What should I be doing at the age 22?

I believe the best answer to this question is, a 22 year old should be trying to discover or create themselves, maybe working towards a career, finishing or starting school, finding a job, moving out on their own, or accomplishing a goal or two. For example what is something you've always wanted to do? ( go back to school, learn a new language, learn to play guitar, take yoga classes, lose weight etc.)

 Around this age is the age we should be start new things, exploring what's out there, traveling and seeing the world. Read a new book or article and learn something new everyday.I mean we're still young. I say take three months, starting today to complete the goal at hand. You have three months to lose 30 pounds, three months to learn how to play a song on the guitar, three months to save up enough money to go on that trip or vacation, three months to get your act together and do all the things you wish to do.

Everyone is different, at the age 22 some of us have responsibilities such as children or full time jobs to support ourselves, or no job at all. But, just because you have other obstacles doesn't mean you have to put your life on hold. Be a super women or man. Do the things that make you happy while still taking care of your other responsibilities. 22 is the age of fun, love peace and joy. Your only going to be this age once, why waste it because you made a few mistakes in your past. Life goes on, you just have to learn how to take what God has given to you, and keep going. Your young, beautiful and free. Enjoy your youth while you can!

Monday, June 10, 2013



I just turned 22 years old two weeks ago, from 21 to 22 feels like a milestone, just last year I was legally competent to drink alcohol, enter bars and clubs, and now- BOOM- I'm getting old. I feel as if life is just passing me by. (not really i'm being dramatic). >>>>>> But, the other day I was with a girl friend of mine who is a few months older than I am, however she is not in school and lives at home with her parents and works a side job. She barely parties or ever goes out. She's kind of a home body, which is okay, if your 40! I mean now is the time to live. We are young, free and time is limited. There is nothing holding us back so why not live it up! I don't mean go get drunk and drive 100 mph down the highway and kill yourself. I saying; spread your wings and explore the possibilities. Life is a gift, that is why its called the present. And I intend to open mine up =-) Because when you older, your going to look back at your life and say "I wish..." and I just don't want that to be me, I don't want to regret anything. So, now is the time, that's why I live every moment to the fullest and pray for the best. Because when this life is over. Its over. And if you live once, one time is enough.

Recent College Graduate

                                                        Recent College Grad

So, I've just graduated college, I don't know what to do or how I am going to do it. I just turned 22,  I live back home with my parents (great) and I'm jobless. I'm doing an internship that I am not getting paid for, Monday through Friday, 9a.m to 5p.m. My life isn't so great right about now, but I guess it could be worst.
When I graduated on May 4th I thought I was walking into a new life, an adult me, things would be different and butterflies would carry me to my success. I never thought I'd be home with my over protective parents who tried to give me a mid night curfew. The same time as my 16 year old sister, I never thought I would be coming back to my high school bedroom filled with other peoples shoes and clothes because they've been using it as an extra closet for the past four years. I never thought I would be sober on a Monday night with no friends and nothing to do. Growing up is hitting me and it's hitting me hard.=-(
Hopefully as the months go on I can be able to talk about my success, my life, what I like, miss and dislike. Maybe I can vent through this blog and release some stress. BUT until then... ta-ta!