The Six Year Plan - Letting Go

Dear Reader,

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Today, I write from the heart. I'm just in one of those moods I guess. Instead of posting some silly (awesome) recipe or some nonsense about coffee, I'm gonna write a bit about myself.

I've been reflecting quite a lot lately. This past year, and semester, have been pretty dynamic. It's the first time I've practiced Landscape Architecture in an office and studio environment. I've been juggling school and work, which is pretty demanding at times. And by at times, I mean all the time. This is my typical day in a nutshell: CLICK. It's alot of stress, and it can be pretty difficult to focus sometimes, but I always manage to keep my head on straight. Sometimes with a little help from my friends.

My point: if there is one thing I've come to really believe these past few months, its that there really isn't time to NOT be yourself. There isn't time to be preoccupied with pettiness, worries, judgements. I've always found the time to be true to myself, to just let go. (Please, ask any one of my friends...) I sing in the shower. I randomly dance to dubstep break downs playing in my head. I run around in African Suit. I have my trusty Duck Companions. I love playing Air Drums. I make obscure bird sounds at work. I have Unrivaled Confidence. I believe fully in Norm's Rules. Not much phases me. And I'm ok with all of this. I love it. Every second of it.

I once saw a bumper sticker that said "Enjoy Being." And for some reason, it just stuck with me.

It's OK to be happy.

It's OK to be yourself.

And remember, I would do anything for you.

Until Next Time.

1 comment:

  1. You've been doing you a lot longer than a few months...and I have proof