The girl who was once so focused on getting all A – C grades now lusts for a life full of adventure, colour, sound, and who wants to run, screaming, from the prospect of working in a dreary, poorly ventilated office. The balance of old expectations and new ambitions and goals is not an easy one, but something the goody-goody and the garden fairy can agree on, is that it will be worth it in the end.
Not getting this job could be the best thing that happens to me, as long as I capitalise on the feelings and emotions it has left me with. My head is swimming with creativity and sometimes we just have to let it out. so, my advice to you is, jump on those setbacks, those bumps in the road. Embrace them for everything they truly are: a chance to make your life as extraordinary as it was always meant to be.
may be doing our laundry, cooking, and managing roommate relationships alone for the first time in our lives. The learning curve is steep and often we make it steeper for ourselves.