As most of you know, I’ve dedicated this semester to becoming a “yes” man. I want to say yes to everything. Do things that I normally wouldn’t do. Push myself out of my comfort zone. Basically, I want to squeeze every ounce of enjoyment out of my last semester of college. Up until this weekend, I haven’t really said no to ANYTHING.
Much to the disappointment of myself (and especially my best friend), I had to make a tough decision. My first “no.” I’ve had plans to go to Tallahassee for FSU’s first home game against Nevada for a few weeks now. With my first campaign of the semester coming up on Monday, a project and meeting on Sunday and about 4 hours worth of homework to catch up on, the decision to stay home was almost a no-brainer. Strong emphasis on the world almost.
I must admit, it was hard for me to make this decision. Has anyone heard of “FOMO” or fear of missing out? Yep. I’m sitting here on a Saturday morning typing a blog post. Not what I was expecting, at all. Mimosas, anyone? 😉
Although it was hard for me to say no, I must realize there needs to be BALANCE. I don’t have to say yes to everything, especially when it’s not in line with my priorities. Yes, this is my last semester of college, but that also means that school shouldn’t be put on the back burner. In fact, my final campaigns class is the most important of my college career and utilizes everything I’ve ever learned college (intimidating, huh?)
So while my 90% of my friends are at FSU and 90% of my blog friends are at Healthy Living Summit, here I am. Luckily I’ll be squeezing in an awesome craft project today that I can’t wait to share with you guys 🙂 The other 10% of my friends that are still home, I’m coming after ya!