How To Deal With A Friendship Breakup

vPeople change. And that's why friendship breakups suck. Because friends are the family you choose. And family is supposed to be forever, so when your friendship ends it just doesn't make sense. It feels like the end of the world, but it's not. You can get through this, here are some tips to help you do so.

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.

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How To Deal With The Loss Of A Loved One In College

Last year in the middle of a very tough semester I lost my grandmother. In this post I share a few lessons I learned the hard way about how to deal with the loss of a loved one in college.

 

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.

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Etude House Moistfull Collagen Deep Cream

Product Review: Etude House Moistfull Collagen Deep Cream

Etude House Moistfull Collagen Deep Cream is my new favorite product! It's deep moisturizing and it makes my skin look and feel amazing. Check out my full review on YourServeTrip.com!

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!

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Moving To Seoul

Moving To

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).

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