Hi I'm 21 yrs old, a Christian, UGA student, and overall independent kind of woman. I don't have it all together though, I maybe have like, half of it together.
How my dash usually is
How my dash is in public or when someone is behind me
So Denny’s food may be suspect but at least they’re becoming tumblr famous.
My tuition bill was just updated.
I came out to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now.
There’s this really sweet guy, and he’s super hot and I want to see shirtless pictures of him, but I don’t want him to turn into that guy who take shirtless pictures.
Do you see my problem?
Dreams do come true
My Mom doesn’t think she’s melodramatic but she just called me a brat for keeping a receipt that has a coupon for a Chickfila sandwich if I do a survey.
1. Don’t sublease, take a full lease! It may suck, but hopefully not and it won’t suck as much as trying to find a new place in the spring and not knowing if you want to stay where you that next January or not when everyone is looking for the next year.
2. Put yourself out there. Nobody knows you’re new. Like within two weeks I was asked advice on where to get somewhere I had never been to before, I had to be like "Um, I’m new." Nobody realizes you don’t already have your group of friends, so you got to find them.
3. UGA football is fun and so are all the other sporting events. In addition to the bulldogs winning a lot, you can usually get free home cooked food from alumni tailgating outside or pizza for students inside. this maybe just fun for me but you should try it out, especially it’s a great way to bond with friends in a neutral place.
4. Speaking of the athletes if you talk about them they hear you. For some reason, I thought they were too big or didn’t care if a non student-athlete(or a RAS- Real Ass student/Regular Ass Student depending on who you ask) talked about them on the internet(both good and bad). They do. Really, real advice? Don’t be friends with athletes but root for them at games. Most of the having mentally matured form high school anyways.
5. The University of Georgia is hard academically. I was smart enough, but adjusting to having to study more and write better papers as difficult at first. I usually got A’s on everything so getting my first test that was a 72, was hard, I ended up crying in the bathroom and had a random girl comfort me. I ended up with an A and she ended becoming a friend.
6. With transferring credits ask your adviser. Mine was really great about making sure I had the best GPA to get into Grady and that my core was done.
Hopefully that answered most of your questions and if you need a friend to watch grey’s with you or something feel free to message me.
everyone has that “thing” about them that people talk about when you’re not there.
WHAT IS MINE
So I was hanging with this girl who’s kind of a friend of mine but has questionable morals. The best story she’s told me is of when a dude bought her a drink and tried to roofie her so she switched the drinks watched him roofie himself then took off with his phone, watch, and $300 dollars.