“You know the future is really happening when you start feeling scared.”
Graduation – Some of the most thrilling and scariest moments of your life.
I wish when I was a senior in high school people had told me to make the most of life while you were in college. That the years you spent there would fly by and before you knew it you would be graduating college.
That it was a lie when someone said high school would be the “Best years of your life” because that is complete shit.
My goodness – fill out as many scholarships as you can possibly fill out. It will save your ass in the long run.
I wish someone had told me to do everything I possibly could have done. To take classes I was interested in, study abroad, to take some killer internships and that college was nothing like high school. That you would meet so many people, make so many connections, fall in love, lose friends and gain so much knowledge outside of the classroom.
That you’ll probably change your major. You’ll get set back in school and you’ll meet people who
know exactly what they want to do and graduate in 4 years.
But don’t worry, that’s their life, not yours!
That you would make some of your best friends at the most unexpected times and places. The kind of friends who have seen you at your worst and still love you.
Don’t stress so much. Don’t worry about the little things. Everything works out in the end.
To never drink tequila – Why? Because it’s nasty and will cause some of the worst hangovers you will ever have. In short Tequila = Death.
You will freak out as your college graduation approaches.
There will be many tears whether it be from stress, rejection letters, late nights in the library and even happy tears.
Don’t be surprised by the amount of rejection letters you’ll get before you graduate. The tears, the frustration and that sigh of relief when you finally get an email back from someone saying they want you to work for them
Just know everything will be okay. That everything will be over in the blink of an eye, I can promise you that. Don’t look at it as the end of something but the beginning of something amazing.