I like this a lot. Go out there and decide how well you’re going to live your life.
These words are so simple but powerful. I’m working on it, are you?
If you’re like me… a broke, confused, disheveled, post-college, nervous, twenty-something, trying to figure out where you will possibly go from here, where you could possibly fit into this crazy ass big bad real world of ours… take a minute to read The Twentysomething Nursery Rhyme. It won’t give you all the answers you’re looking for but it’s fun and offers unique perspective and a little peace-of-mind.
Reading: Angels & Demons by Dan Brown
Wanting: a closet full of new summer dresses
Looking: for a job (anyone in need of a young marketer/pr/communications professional?!)
Playing: candy crush… yep I’m still mildly addicted
Wasting: Monday nights on The Bachelorette (whoops)
Sewing: not sure why I keep this in here… I don’t sew. Who am I kidding?
Wishing: safe travels and the best time of her life to my girl over at That Charming Life
Enjoying: spending time with family
Waiting: for a call
Liking: mojitos! why have I never tried one of these before?
Wondering: how many licks it really does take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?
Loving: how green and full everything is starting to get
Hoping: for a change
Marveling: at life and love
Needing: to travel
Smelling: the Mango Peach Salsa candle from Yankee Candle
Wearing: my “Hi my name is Sarah” badge
Following: job boards
Noticing: season wildflowers popping up everywhere
Knowing: everything happens for a reason
Thinking: of dying my hair…
Bookmarking: neat home projects
Giggling: is a silly word
Feeling: oh so sore…. P90X: 1 Sarah: 0
Inspired by A Pretty Penny
Have a wonderful week!
Just a little reminder for today and everyday. Whether it’s big or small, go for it.
Do the damn thing!
Gather your courage and be brave.
Like many others, Morgantown was hit with a little snowstorm yesterday. I guess if I kept up with the weather I would’ve known to expect this but because I usually just refer to my window/balcony to determine what to wear, you can imagine my surprise waking up to a solid five inches on the ground! The snow continued to fall and by the end of the day we had around nine inches!
This is more snow than Morgantown has had in a long while. The university honestly doesn’t close for weather too often so I still had to trek to my morning class but lucky for me, after lunch I got two class cancellation emails and my school day turned into a snow day! Cue the perfect snow day! I made a beeline for my PIC. I knew she’d be down for adventurous fun.
We crossed off two things on our WVU bucket list… 1. Go sledding through the hills and streets of Morgantown (so what if it was on a cookie sheet? College is all about the imagination and improvising, right?) and 2. Make snow angels in front of Woodburn Hall (probably the most famous and picturesque building on campus)
Definitely one of the best snow days ever. Did you get hit with the snow? What is one of your most memorable snow days?