It’s okay if you don’t know what you’re doing, just be freshman.
1.) You don’t need to have it all figured out Frankly you’re not supposed to. I think a lot of people go into college and they either have a major/career path in mind, or they’re completely undecided. College is supposed to be this time for us to experiment and figure out who we are, but with the rising cost of tuition, and the escalating competitive nature of university that self-discovery is lost to getting ahead. Ambition and drive are excellent character traits, but if you don’t know where you’re headed and are just walking aimlessly down a dirt path that’s okay. Just keep walking, eventually the path will lead somewhere, just walk, take the journey.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week you’ve heard about the upcoming 50 Shades of Grey Trailer which premiered today. The internet was differently buzzing with the arrival of E L James widely famed book finally getting the Hollywood treatment.
Now I read the book after a couple months of it being EVERYWHERE I believe my junior year of high school. It was smut. So. Much. Smut. But it was still a really enticing read, you didn’t want to put it down. The movie has to be rated R, and is going to be, but even so I still don’t know how they’re going to put it on a movie screen. I’m fascinated to watch it and just to see how the adaptation transfers to the screen.