LAST DAY OF COLLEGE

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It’s been awhile. I know. Whatever. Get over it.

I havent slept in 3 days… I think it’s Wednesday?

Today is my last college class. EVER.

Yup — I actually pulled this shit show off.

Ok. I need to study or some shit I guess

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What Blair Waldorf Knows Now….

#WhatYouNeedToKnow about friends, cutting them off, & your twenties…Bitchy Blair Style

Maybe we can all take a thing or two from Blair….like Chuck Bass.

You Know You Love Me
XOXO –Gossip Girl

#WhatYouNeedToKnow about friends, cutting them off, & your twenties…Bitchy Blair Style

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What I Know Now About the College Application Process…

What you should know about the college application process! I’ve been through this too many times to count over the past few years & this post shares some great tips!

I may add though: set all your personal social media to private. Admissions doesn’t need to know about the two wine coolers you chugged last weekend that got you “soooooooo wastedddddd.”

Just….don’t.

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Hello fellow high schoolers, middle schoolers and late bloomers alike,

I’m here with a new series for y’all called: College Confusion Clarified (As you may have notice)

I’m here to help you, help yourself through the most confusing time ever. Whether you are in the time crunch of getting those app’s in by January (which is right around the corner so message me with any immediate help! info will be at the end!) or you still have some time, this series is for you!

Not to toot my own horn,  but I’m 4 for 4 in the application process! I’ve been accepted into Le Moyne, Saint Joseph’s, Fairfield and Mercyhurst, all with scholarships! *END BRAG SHESH*

This first post is going to be about the essay. The dreaded common app essay.

If you can, you will want to get it done as early as possible. But if you are…

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What I Know Now…First Week of October Edition

So the first week of October has already made me wish I knew then that I know now …

This was a pretty exciting week. I learned a lot and experienced a lot. I also updated more of my blog so make sure to click around and check out what I’ve added! Make sure to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more updates! 

I would know … to ALWAYS bring your business cards, because you never know who you are going to meet!

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I just worked with what I had…my mouth.

I would know … astronomy is not just looking at the stars.

Unfortunately, there is actually math involved in looking for these stars.

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…Hence, all those numbers in the left hand corner. Thank God for the Google Star Map. If you haven’t invested in it yet, I highly recommend you do, unless of course you have no interest in looking at stars. In that case I recommend investing in CandyCrush.

I would know … not to enjoy an alcoholic beverage….

right before you go on a roller coaster

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Who thought it would be a great idea to serve people alcohol in a theme park?

On another note though, roller coasters at night are ten times more scary than during the day time.

….Especially when you’re already terrified of them in plain daylight.

I would know…. that the best remedy for anxiety is to stop worrying.

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Set everything aside. Go out and enjoy yourself. It’s actually refreshing. 

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I would know…to take a look at my calendar

before I get involved with things.

Or else your next week will look like this …

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The “dots” show that I have one day off.

And this was the email I just got while writing this …

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So, of course I said yes. I know, I know, but what was I supposed to say?!

What if they happened to come across this blog and saw I was available on Tuesday!

I guess my whole week has “dots” on my calendar now….

I would know … football isn’t the equivalent of a slow death. 

Especially when you get a free coffee from Dunkin’ when your team wins

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And for the record, I don’t HATE football. It just so happens that my two favorite shows also air Sunday nights.

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… I know, I know. They are shows with absolutely no substance. They are what is wrong with America.

Oh, but they are such a guilty pleasure. Once you start watching you can’t stop!

Last, but not least.

I would know…even though my parents are really busy and sometimes I feel like they don’t want to be bothered with the little things I stress over, they are always the first ones to show their support for me.

My father was the first one to go on the WhatIKnowNow Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages and “like” them.

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My mother went out of her way this week for me to grab things I needed for an upcoming event. She knew I was going to be super busy this week and wanted to show her support for my hard-work and dedication for my organization at school. She purchased spirit items and made sure it was exactly what I needed, so that I didn’t have any added stress on myself this week.

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I know now … (even though I’ve previously realized this many times) I have two of the best parents out there.

For that I am thankful,

I am now smarter than I was last week by gaining all these new pieces of knowledge. 

What I Know Now…

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If I knew then what I know know…

I would know that you need to go to class in order to actually pass.

I would know to never let someone right out of hair school bleach your hair.

I would know to not post pictures on facebook of you passed out drunk (future employers WILL see this!)

I would know to be yourself, and don’t impress people. they have to like you…for you.

I would know that you need to wear your retainer when you get your braces off…or you’ll wear them again.

I would know that what susie says about sally says more about susie than sally…seriously, susie is a gossip queen and she’ll end up telling everyone your secrets anyway!

I would know to never leave the house in your pajamas…you never know who you are going to run into!

I would know that putting together your first blog takes WAY longer than the thirty minutes.

 

What do you know now that you wish you knew then?