So, I grew up as an only child, in a house where my mother stayed home, and my dad was gone Monday-Friday. Not only did this mean I got to do badass things with my dad on the weekends, but it also meant my mom took care of everything that normal kids called “chores.” I never washed a dish, made a…
I know it has been forever since I’ve updated this blog, but that’s because I’ve been working on a new project! Check out my new blog, all about skin care and beauty tips: Naturally Sheyna. I’d love to hear your feedback! And please reblog if you’re into it! The photo is below is from my latest post about my obsession with EOS lip balm. The struggle is real, y’all.
Anonymous asked: So I'm a junior in high school and my boyfriend is a senior and will be graduating soon. He's not the kind to cheat on a girl or sleep with random women, but I'm still worried. He's never been drunk and I think college will catch up with him. I'm still worried. I'm not saying I dont trust him I just don't know what to do. I don't want to be worried my whole senior year. What should I do?
I think your best bet is to test the waters his first semester and see how it goes. I’ve been in situations like that- you’re going to be very concerned and overwhelmed at first, but don’t let him go because of what you think might happen. Give him the opportunity to rise up and be the boyfriend he can be. If he lets you down, let him go. Just be ready to work hard, but don’t bombard him with overpowering worry.
I was asked awhile ago to guest blog for Student Advisor, the college company of the Washington Post. This is what I came up with! If you’ve liked my other lists, you’ll enjoy this too. Check it out!