This month a year ago I was facing one of the most difficult decisions I would make in my life, I needed to decide what my college major would be. 508 more words
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What sounds better to you? “she didn’t so much walk as glide, like a silken duchess,” or “like a silken countess?”
On the one hand, “silken duchess” flows better because the tongue doesn’t have to hit the brakes between words, but the word “countess” has a more elegant connotation. 13 more words
It’s a beautiful, not terribly humid, cloudless day in Queens. This means it’s probably twice as better in Brooklyn. Instead of getting up and going out and about, enjoying what young people of a certain age and predilection do on such days: preciously made coffee, preciously made food at Smorgasburg, preciously put together day drinking in Prospect Park, preciously selected cultural events such as Brooklyn Museum’s First Saturday, etc., I’m at home. 988 more words
If others don’t like it, let them be.
HAPPINESS is a choice.
Life isn’t about pleasing everyone.
Ok let’s me real for a second… We have all heard all of the sayings about putting ourselves first and surrounding ourselves with positivity and we always say to ourselves ‘ya, I’m going to do that!’534 more words