No, I'm not going.
Maybe i'm growing up, maybe i'm getting my priorities in order, or maybe I have more self-awareness that I am now learning what my idea of fun is. It might be all of the above, TBH.
My interests have not changed much since high school. I love to dance, I love to travel and when i'm not doing that, i'm a major homebody. After a crazy four years of undergrad life (all-nighter's, road trips, 4 day weekends, friends in my dorm room at all types of hours, the "what happened last night's?" and living everyday without a care except submitting that assignment on blackboard at 11:56PM that was due at 11:59PM) I started to wonder if it was a phase or if I had more years in me.
For me, I knew it was a phase because I had slowly started saying "no" to outings and events that served me no purpose. I knew exactly where I wanted to be, what music I wanted to hear, what drink will get me just the right amount of happy and the friends I wanted to be around. I began weeding out everything that just didn't excite me anymore.
It feels good to know what you want and don't want, with no grey area. It feels very comforting knowing growth is doing its magic. YAS! I know where to place my energy where I won't return depleted. I'm saving my money for experiences that become memories of a lifetime. I surround myself only with those who help me vibrate higher.
After all, maybe my current interests are yet another phase. But if it is making me happy, it's a step toward the right direction, right?
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