After a lovely weekend back at Amherst, enjoying all of the parties without the emotional burden of graduating, I found myself back in New York, looking forward to my wonderful friend CJ’s graduation dinner.
Just a year ago, I was lounging around in my dorm room, napping on various patches of grass on various parts of campus, worrying only about whether I should go to 4:30 dinner or do a double meal before I went to go drink.
For me, there is nothing more enjoyable than eating good food with good friends.
Holy shit how is it 2015………………
I think I certainly put off writing about graduation long enough.
I was talking with my friend the other day, and she brought up something that I had never considered. I think it’s really easy to forget that we have needs not only in romantic relationships, but friendships as well. Friendships are supposed to be a fun, easy part of life, but they actually need constant … More Short Note on Friendship
After my fall abroad in Paris and a semester at Amherst to end my junior year, it hit me that I only have one year left of college. Thinking back to the end of my freshman year, I remember thinking that college had changed me or at least I had matured so much. But as … More End of Another Year and Start of Another Summer
Just now, I was hit by a wave of gratefulness and appreciation for my friends. In that moment, I realized that I had friends who really care about me and that there are others that just float to the back of my mind. Friendship is extremely unpredictable and malleable – one minute, you could be … More Shout Out to My Homies!!
1. Be kind to your mother 2. Travel as much as possible 3. If you’re a woman, carry pepper spray with you 4. Understand that family is just a title for a group of people you share genes with – if something goes wrong, it’s not the end of the world. 5. Be conscious of … More 19 Pieces of Life Advice