On Saturday (at like 3 in the morning), I tweeted that I was so happy and that afternoon my mom texted me and asked me why. It got me thinking about my life and how the up’s and down’s have lead me to where I am today. There are so many reason for me to be happy. I’m finally in a major that I absolutely love. I actually look forward to going to my 8 am’s (????) because I love what I’m learning. I truly believe law is what I am meant to pursue. I’m doing well in each class. This may be my best semester grade wise in my three years of college. My family is super supportive of me. My friends are amazing. I’ve made some of the best friends I could ever have in college through my sorority and the 7th floor family! I feel like i’m becoming great friends with so many people and they are loving and supportive and just perfect.

I think back to my life at this time four years ago and how different everything was. Never happy, always scared, feeling unloved and depressed. It’s crazy to think how drastically my outlook has changed in the matter of four years. It feels like yesterday when I never left my house and if I did, I would have a panic attack. Now, I’m care-free (well, kind of, my crazy tendencies to have everything planned out still take over) but I’m doing things I never imaged I would be doing. I’m finally living a happy life and I couldn’t be more grateful for how things are going. I don’t want to jinx it, but I’m happy and I think to achieve happiness you need to be around others who are happy and make you happy.

Have a wonderful week, my friends! Stay positive and let your happiness radiate to others 🙂


(P.S. The word “happy” now sounds and looks weird to me)



0 Replies to “Happy”

  1. Did you always know that you wanted to study law? I want to go to school for speech pathologist or occupational therapist but I have no idea. I think it is what I want to do but I haven’t always been set on things? I enjoyed this blog post! Keep on writing 🙂

    1. No, I didn’t always know! When I was a freshman I was studying history and always considered going to law school an option after undergrad but I never knew! It’s okay to change your mind, that is what college is for! My sophomore year I was dead set on moving to LA to pursue a career in cinematography and changed my mind again this past summer! Take classes for speech pathology and occupational therapy and see if you like them! If not, that is 100% okay! You have time to figure it all out 🙂 Thank you so much! xoxo

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