I am sick and tired of writing half-assed posts.
A few weeks ago, I wrote that I was unsatisfied with my posts, that the personal stories I was trying to convey within my blog posts weren’t meeting my own Continue reading “In Which I Decide on a New Approach to Blogging…”
So, if you haven’t noticed, I’ve been pretty terrible at participating in Blogging 101 this month.
You know, I’m totally fine with that. I really signed up to meet other bloggers more than anything else, which I was successful at in the first week or so before I got Continue reading “Just Some Links that I Love…”
My 12:00 class was cancelled. Continue reading “In Which 2015 Britta Looks Back on Early 2014 Britta”
I’ve been thinking a lot in the last few days.
Okay, well I’m always thinking about something. As an introvert, I spent A LOT of time in my head. Continue reading “Update: Realizations about Writing”
2014 was a year of learning and growth.
It was a year where everything I thought I knew about myself and the world around me were thrown out the window.
If we begin at the beginning, 2014 did not start out well for me.
My first five months of 2014 were clouded in darkness; I have never been more terrified or more uncertain of everything about this life than in those five months. Continue reading “Balance”
I’ve already told Hagen that I love her poetry (because I do).
This one in particular, though. I feel like it sums up my feelings about life in a nut shell. As I start to think about post-graduation life and where I’ll end up after college, I think this is a particularly poignant reminder that as scary as change can be, it can also be beautiful and wonderful and, often times, for the best.
I’m the type of person that always needs to have a cause. If I don’t, I get bored, anxious, and get to feeling a little worthless.
This cause doesn’t have to be anything huge (say saving the world). In fact, I get more personal satisfaction out of small things that make a difference.
I hope to find a lifelong cause in a future career. Lately, I have been intent on finding that cause well, yesterday. Problem is, I have no idea what I want to do after I graduate. This has been making me rather on edge because I so desperately need to feel like I’m doing something worthwhile or my anxiety spikes; I’m terribly frightened that I’ll go home after I graduate and sit on my bum for the rest of my life. Of course, knowing me, I wont let that happen. It’s still a fear that I have (irrational fears are all too real in Britta Land).
Today, I realized that maybe my current cause should simply be figuring out who I am.
I don’t need to have my future figured out. I can’t figure out my future until I allow Continue reading “A Thought About the Road Ahead”