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Avoid these mistakes and have "no ragrets".
Your nighttime routine has changed!
This should be signed into law.
Let’s face it: we all make stupid decisions. Like choosing a fifth over a review session, or bringing that guy home…who stole our iPod in the morning. That’s part of college life... and a big part of what makes it so memorable. But there are some choices that have longer lasting repercussions; things we do now that will haunt us later.
Most women wear makeup on a daily basis...and unfortunately most women also make beauty blunders on a daily basis. But it's not their fault; it's like we're born with some sort of innate makeup knowledge. As a beauty blogger, I've noticed three mistakes pop up again and again on my friends faces. So while I can't offer help for every possible situation, I can help you avoid the three biggest beauty mistakes.
Ahhhhh, the first date. It can be the start of something great or can easily take a quick turn down the crapper. You may have thought the date went as perfect as can be but if Mr. Lover Boy hasn’t called you back for another one in over three days, chances are it didn’t.
If you Google "Post-Grad," a lot of articles come up about suffering from depression once you graduate college. And yes, I will say that it can be depressing at times, but really -- it's not so bad. Although the last six months have gone by incredibly fast, I have learned a lot when it comes to adjusting to life outside of college.
If you’re a recent post-grad, chances are you don’t have anything figured out. Or maybe you have some of it figured out, but when you close your eyes and picture yourself five years down the line, things are somewhat blurry. This probably gives you heart palpitations. I get it. The future can be scary, especially when you have no idea what it will hold.
Would You Rather be able to go back in time and fix a mistake you made and possibly change the course of your life OR get a glimpse of your future but not be able to change anything about it?
"What happened last night?" Ahh, the blackout. These words have become oh-so-familiar over the past two years I've spent at this fine university. Sunday mornings - Gatorade and a McDonald's breakfast sandwich in hand - I sit in my living room with my roommates, attempting to piece together the events from the night before.
As much as I would love to silently judge your drunken mistakes, I can’t help but laugh it off, talk about you to my friends and hope that I just caught you after you had a horrible week, which is slightly understandable.