Reflecting on my time at NASH, as Ferris Bueller would say, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
Senior year felt like it passed in a blink of an eye, but the memories I made certainly will stick with me. If there’s anything I’ve learned the most from senior year, it’s how important it is to stop caring about what other people think. I’ve always tried to make this my mentality, and this year I think I finally made a noticeable enough effort to be proud of myself.
I’ll admit, it’s not easy, but the reality is, you’re only holding yourself back from being the best version of yourself and not allowing yourself to do what makes you happy. People will change and come and go, and that’s okay. It’s all about going with the flow, living in the moment, getting over the bumps in the road, and simply choosing to notice and embracing the little things everyday that can make any dull repetitive day a day worth living.