Don’t do it. Keep it to yourself for just another week, that’s it


I can’t let the fact that I’m commuting hold me back
It’s funny how someone who isn’t as close to me knows what to say

I’m not sure what is more upsetting: merely not having dorm and campus life or not being able to experience college with the ones closest to me who are my age. I can’t help but be jealous of what they are able to do without the duty of coming back home every night, and how many friends they will meet by being on campus 24/7, and feeling relatively safe surrounded by basically all college students
Am I afraid of being replaced? Do I just want to be a part of everything? Maybe I only want what I can’t have

But I know they will sometimes want to come home to their families and their home sweet homes as easily as I can, and they’ll want something other than what the campus offers, and they’ll want to have the security of familiarity
Those are some things they can’t have that I will have. So this is the path for me
Save money, become independent, stay focused
I have the famous, envious New York City supporting me as I grow with knowledge. I have opportunities extending towards every inch of the world. I have the comfort of my family within minutes. I have great things to look forward to already, and many more awaiting

I only need to remind myself so I don’t lose myself. In a few years - maybe even a few months - I’ll wonder why I ever was upset
Because it all works out in the long run. It’s what is meant to happen

Reblogging with every breath

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You still have a lot of time to make yourself be what you want.

It’s all a matter of perspective


It’s all a matter of perspective