3 April 2015

YOUNG AND PROBABLY STUPID

Cheers to the freakin’ weekend, I’ll drink to that. Don’t let the bastards get you down, turn it around with another round. Yep. Totally quoted Rihanna there. ;-)

Since last year I’ve learned so much about letting things go and being chill with things. Now that I’m twenty, I think it’s important to not waste my time worrying about nothing (and yes, of course I still over-think a little now and then – it’s in my nature). I want to make this year about growing even more; becoming an independent young lady who can take on the world all by herself.

I used to be this scared little girl who would freak out in new situations. I like to be in control of things, so new situations were scaring the hell out of me. Being so busy with school and trying to have a social life in the meantime made me realise that it’s okay to live one day at a time.

This is my time to be young. To be stupid maybe. Not think about consequences too much. I’m not going to be reckless, don’t get the wrong idea here. I’m just going to try and be free. Just relax and don’t stress out about all the little things in life.

Last night I read thispost I wrote a while back and it makes sure that everything stays in perspective.

Being young is good. We often want to grow up as fast as we possibly can, but once we are where we thought everything would be perfect… it isn’t. But that’s fine. Be young, be a little cray, even if you’ve already passed your fifties and you feel like doing something different, something new. Do it. Go out and do all the things you want to do. Don’t wait for the perfect moment, take a moment and make it perfect. (cheeky I know)

Lots of love,
Laurie

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