Life a Weblog for Young Adults
At this point in life, it’s easy to see how friendships come and go. Those kids from 8th grade camp are no longer in your e-mail list. Buddies from high school who wrote in your yearbook, “We’ll be friends forever!” are already a distant memory. Young adulthood is a chapter of life for forming new relationships. Naturally, certain connections grow spontaneously when you least expect it. Those are thrilling and unforeseen. Others, however, form because you sought them out. At this stage, it’s important to start making friends with intention.As you meet new people along the way, think about the friends you’re lacking in your life. Here’s a list of 10 friends you should seek.
Summer break! Two words that almost immediately bring some form of excitement upon every college student. These two words even become a motivational phrase helping students persevere through the last few weeks of the semester. So now that summer break is finally here, what should you do during this time? I want to offer three simple suggestions for maximizing your summer break: relax, reflect, and re-establish.