The Tevas and skateboard would be for me, so it’s not necessarily an issue if you don’t like skateboarding.
This is a hard question, but showing up on my doorstep with Tevas and a skateboard would definitely be a step in the right direction.
Its completely pointless to plan that far ahead. Life changes drastically in just a years time. Ive been in LA less than 10 years and Ive had 5 living situations and 3 salaried careers in different fields. I like to think one year at a time…
If you’re looking for guidance on how to shape your plans.. and goals.. just promise yourself that you’ll never stop moving and become stagnant. You’ll be forced to change routes a few times in life..but as long as you keep moving forward then you won’t have time to mourn the loss of something you shouldn’t have planned on being your forever anyway. The future is not cement and you defintely can’t count on it.
Xxxx: “Please don’t drink too much tonight. Wait… Chels, are you smoking a cigarette?”
**Deeply exhales cigarette smoke**
Sigh. I really killed the hood rat game freshman year of college.