It’s hard to imagine, but there might come a day when you will experience a friendship breakup. There are few experience as heartbreaking as when you realize that the person you once considered a true friend, someone you could confide in completely, can no longer be part of your life. So many of the relationships we form in our lives seem to have a short shelf life and it’s expected that you won’t always keep in touch with them. Teachers, co-workers, classmates, the cute Russian guy you’ve been ogling since the day he sat next to you at the school assembly*sigh*…etc.
When these people walk into your life you’re almost already sure that they’ll be walking out soon enough, so when they do it’s not a big deal. But when it’s your ride or die homie who has become a major source of love and support for years it is jarring to say the least.
This is a very difficult topic for me to talk about but I feel that because it is so hard to talk I feel I should share my experience. If you’re going through a similar situation I hope this helps you get through the semester and on to the next. I wasn’t able to keep it all together in the end, but I hope that my mistakes can be a lesson you don’t have learn the hard way.
Product Review: Etude House Moistfull Collagen Deep Cream
When I packed for my move to Seoul I had to make a tough choice. I knew that airlines are strict about the amount of liquid oz. they allow you carry. And so instead of packing my Olay moisturizer in my makeup bag I had to leave it behind. Tears may have been shed.
After two weeks in Seoul without a solid face cream routine I started breaking out and my skin was dry and ashy. Gross.
It wasn’t until I saw Etude House’s TV ads for their new Moistfull Collagen cream that I finally decided enough was enough and I headed to one of the million Etude House stores in my area.
It was as if fate had answered my skin’s pleas for help because the moment I walked in I saw that the cream I was searching for was not only on sale but it came with some awesome samples!
In hindsight I realize that I didn’t talk the process of moving to Seoul as much as I probably should have. The reason being that I’ve been too busy to think about anything else in the past two months. It blows my mind when I look back and think about all the things I had to accomplish to get to where I am now (specifically riding the KTX back to Seoul from Busan on the worlds shakiest train).
College is a very unique experience. I don’t think I could have ever really prepared myself for what my first semester would be like. To help you guys out I’ve come up with the 10 things I wish I knew before college.