Saturday, June 23, 2012

Panic Mode

I'm taking a break from writing about my trip to Malawi.  I have (more selfish) things to write about.  Every summer, I have a habit of searching for new dorm furniture.  While I was searching my favorite stores online today, I had a slight panic attack.  I am about to start my senior year of college.  I'm very close to being a grown-up.  I'm scared.
I even hate to admit that I panicked about whether I would need to change the name of my blog.  It probably won't change.  Get over it

I have no idea where I will be in a year.  Should I get a job teaching art?  Should I move overseas?  Should I get a motorhome and live off of Easy Mac?  Should I get my masters to practice art therapy?  I'm freaking out I tell ya.  Thank heavens for the peace I find in Jesus.  I know that He has a plan and it isn't time for me to know that plan yet.  Pray for clarity in my life and future, please.

Anyway, this new enlightenment has got me looking for furniture that I can keep for a good long time.  Here are my top picks in furniture that are crush-worthy:

I know that it isn't furniture or decor but I still need it.

Now I'm off to find a sugah daddy.



  1. Ask youself, "What is my ideal life?" and then dare yourself to answer honestly.

    I asked myself this about a year ago and my answer was that I didn't want to work at a "normal" office job (where I had been working), but instead I wanted to make a living being creative. And that answer scared the crap out of me because as much as I didn't like my job, leaving it was a more scary option, since I didn't know what else was out there. But… I decided to take the plunge anyway… life is short, right?

    Now, a year later, I no longer work there, and I've just completed my first year of a graphic design degree! I'm not saying you have to change your life as drastically as I did, but just that you sometimes need to give yourself permission to think outside the box and just follow your gut, whatever strange and new place that might lead you.

  2. Thanks Jennifer! I am excited about the future most of the time. I have no idea where I will end up but that is kinda fun too (not being predictable). Kudos for living your dreams. :)

  3. Your comment about a "sugah daddy" is kind of on the side, I ALMOST looked over it.. But I didn't, and it made my day better!

    Love your hype girl,


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