In 2014.

In 2014, I was sad, depressed and maybe a bit bitter. I was so down about my situation that I went to hardcore extremes to publicize it. Maybe I wanted others to feel sorry for me. Regardless, it’s a NEW YEAR and I’m getting rid of the negativity and instead, I’m going to start thinking positively.

So much has been going on lately and it’s really opened my eyes about how supportive my family and boyfriend truly are. They would do anything for me and I must start appreciating them before it’s too late. I’m done taking others for granted. I’m done feeling sorry for myself. I’m done thinking so negativity. I’m done thinking I’m in a pathetic situation, when really I should feel super lucky.

I mean, it is what it is. So many college grads are in the same boat as myself, but do you see them complaining about it? Nope! Instead, they’re working their asses off and hustling to make that dough!. I know you must feel frustrated at times and need to vent, but you chat with friends or family or your significant other. That’s how we feel better, by talking about it.

When I feel down, I tend to write about it. BUT, I should do so in private, not all over social media. It’s time to right my wrongs! Therefore, my posts will now be about good things such as happy events, trips, adventures and meals I cook! Positive vibes. It WON’T be about my funds or how sad I’m feeling or about my boyfriend.

It’s time to start 2015 off right!



2 thoughts on “In 2014.

  1. Yes, for the love of blog PLEASE stop talking about your boyfriend. It’s like hanging out with “that friend” who never has anything else to say.

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