[Almost] Feeling 22

Long time no type! My bad, I’ve been busy writing for basically every other outlet than my own blog. El oh el, priorities people, I’m working on them. Any who, as I am sure many of you already know from my various social media, Self Magazine published one of my articles on Self.com! You can check it out here. Still feeling #blessed that people actually want to read what I have to say, in a world-wide publication.

Meanwhile, I am writing to you from the comfort of my bed, as I have quite the cold and need to feel 100% for my 22nd birthday tomorrow. Feeling a tad nostalgic as I celebrated my 21st in London Town last year with my twin, and this year I’ll celebrate in the tundra that is Boston (wind chills up to -30 degrees tomorrow, why did I leave Florida again?). So no complaints about being wrapped up in my down comforter in the meantime.

Someone asked me yesterday if I was feeling 22, and I had to admit that I had no idea what 22 entails. I know that I will graduate (fingers crossed) in May. That I will move from Boston towards Manhattan (fingers crossed for a job). I know that I will part ways with many friends in search of the second part of my life; that of a post-grad. Life after schooling and before my career. I may not know much about 22, and Taylor Swift may be right in that it feels like “happy free confused and lonely in the best way.” But then again, maybe that’s just your 20’s in general. I’ll have to keep you updated year by year for that one.

Anyways, time to dig in on some (okay probably just one…or two a day, the rest for my friends; #diabetethis) of these cupcakes my amazing parents sent me for my birthday. Shout out to mom and dad for always making my (our, I am a twin after-all, hi Laura!) birthday feel special.

 

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Thanks mom and dad and Georgetown Cupcakes!

Happy Valentines/Galentines Day!

Stay beautiful and warm peeps

xx

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