I just woke up. Last night was cold and tiring but it’s fine. My reasoning: I don’t have any. Maybe it was a tribute to Boeheim and the boys. We still love you! Promise
Jimmy John’s at 3:30 am.
Yes, that is deli turkey. And wheeee! It was good. I never said I was an -itarian of any kind, except now I would kind of like to say that I enjoy a see-food diet of sometimes healthy things. Basically I eat whatever I want. Most of the time it’s plant yummies, and I think it’s because that is how I was raised. I like all of de foods.
Beach Club on wheat. Delicious.
I majorly need some brunch and some coffee. Before that happens, I am going to talk about something dear to my heart, because it is something that has been on my mind a lot the last few days. No one said dorm life was magical all the time, but when I notice my floormates getting salty with one another, it can get rough. College kids don’t mess around, and the weekends are the prime time for this to happen.
True Life Wisdom
I really think that when people get upset with each other, there’s something that they are not seeing. Each person misses something the other is saying, doing, or feeling, and we often forget that the other person is a person, just like we are.
I encourage you to see others as people today, and really put yourself in their shoes. There is a common misconception that you should just look at the surrounding circumstances. What I have found the most effective is to really put myself as the other person, and think about what they are saying, and how they are saying it. What would cause you to say that? What were you feeling? I think that you can really understand the other person better, and maybe see that the other person is also hurt.
True life, I like to get philosophical sometimes when I sleep a lot.
What are your thoughts on putting yourself in another’s mindset?
How was your weekend!