So, this week I thought i’d talk about being a student and how stressful it can be if you’re not in the right course for you.
Okay, so a few years back I took the wrong course for me! These hands were made to write novels and screenplays not hold brains! Yes! I chose, Psychology for some bizarre reason because I took Performing Arts in college for my A-Levels, so I’m not sure where that idea came from?! ha
Its so important that you take your time to discover you and don’t rush into a path you’re not ready to take, as you could find yourself walking along a completely unhappy one.
Since turning 25 this year, I’ve felt really old but also when I really think about it, mature. I feel like when you turn 25 you know yourself a little better. You know what clothes suit you better than others, you that guy was a right sort before you made the drawn out decision not to meet up with him and you know what career you’d like to go down.
I know I want to be a writer, I know I’m passionate about it. I’ve put a lot of hard work into learning all about what it takes and am doing everything I can to build a future life as one.
However, I know there’s a lot I want to do with my degree. That’ll never change because I feel like you fall into your paths, and you create them from networking, travelling, reading and exploring – it’s something you’ll keep evolving with.
Over this next year I’m so excited to start honing in on my craft so to speak, that’s why its so detoxing for me.
I feel so happy with myself right now and that feels amazing because TRUST ME i’ve been failing at life before now it feels.
A few months back I had the most glorious epiphany and that’s, “nothing else matters but your health”.
Think about it, that fits everywhere in your life. Your health can impact your friendships, relationships, career, diet and if they’re all unhealthy what have you got? An unhealthy life!
I think the most important steps i’ve taken is surrounding myself with good food, people (yes in that order!) and being as strict as possible when it comes to negative entities. You can’t let things stress you out. I’ve always told myself this,
Crying never solves anything.
But I did it anyway…for SOOOOOOO long! It’s been and WILL STILL BE an incredible journey to get to where I want to be.
Writing for me, is detoxing because I feel to anything you’re serious about you’ve got to give a part of yourself.
Everything I write, I give a part of myself, and my most honest writing is where I’ve received the best feedback so I just stick to that.
I hope you’re all living your best lives, because we must be happy and live well.
Mantra: Everything will be okay!