Thursday, 18 January 2018

The Art Of Not Having A Fucking Clue



2018 is here and it's going to be a good one. How do I know this? Because it really canny get any worse, in the sense of productiveness anyways. I decided to not take part in the whole 'New year, New me' crap this year and that includes New Year resolutions also. I did that because lets be honest they never last and you just get pissed off when you realise its February and you still haven't been to the gym or been a nicer person. As they say 'Old habits die hard' and a couple of new rules you create drunk on NYE ain't any different. You can decide your life will be different on January 1st but lets be honest we don't have a fucking clue what's going to happen.

One of the most common questions I get asked as a young adult is "What are you planning on doing after uni?" or for some just simply "What do you want to do?". Well, I'll be honest with you Susan I really just want to leave this family party and crawl back into my chocolate stained duvet to continue binging TOWIE for the fifth day running. I do not enjoy thinking about the future unless it entails me travelling non-stop. Even that dream gets tarnished by the thoughts of income, settling down and how I'm getting there. All this thinking and planning leads me back to the same conclusion, like I'm sure many of you can agree, there is no god damn way of knowing what will happen. I mean why stress about how you're going to pay for a mortgage when you might get eaten by a lion next week on that safari your parents said would change your life. Well Dad is certainly changed something.

You may look around you and see all these people with their lives mapped, organised in bullets point and written with colour codes but that doesn't mean it is necessarily gonna happen like that. Of course prepare yourself for what's to come, apply for uni, go for that job or even sell all your clothes and buy a plane ticket just don't stress if it doesn't happen as you planned.

I am a great believer in "Eveything happens for a reason" so I may be biased when it comes being okay when things go wrong, however it comes from experience. Every time somethings gone downhill in my life its lead to something better than I had before, whether it be job related, education or social. So if you have no idea what's going to happen then welcome to the club, Population: Everyfuckingbody.


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  1. This whole post made me LOL, especially the part about Susan hahaha. Thanks for sharing!

    Jo
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  2. Totally agree with this whole post. I just graduated and everyone seems to me asking me what I'm doing with the rest of my life and I have no clue! I'm trying to learn how to just take it easy.

    dianaincolour.com

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