Balance is so important in our lives. In our busy world, we can give ourselves balance between thinking and feeling.
If you’re busy don’t you think I am too?
Sometimes having friends, and being able to meet people daily can be a fun experience. However, when you start to have too many friends what do you do? It’s not that you want to keep ditching them, by saying your busy, got to much to do or are deathly ill; it’s just that you need sometime by yourself!
I love hanging out, chilling and eating with friends and people I enjoy being around. But when can you have time to yourself? In my blog I know that I write about enjoying my busy life; in between those bouts of non-stop busy, you do need time to yourself to recharge. I hope that my spring break will be just that. A time to recharge and rethink my priorities…
I knew that when I first entered my Public Relations class that this was the field for me.
I knew that it would be hard.
But nothing worth having is ever easy.
When I talk to some people and explain to them what PR is all about all I get is looks of confusion. What’s PR? Why do you want to do that? and my favorite, “Who wants to be a celebrity chaser?”
To the people who thought that;
YOU ARE SO WRONG!
Apart from my daily routine, people who decided to choose the PR profession run the media world.
But that’s just my opinion.
I want to work for a celebrity PR agency and help with the promotion of finding new actors, musicians, and people who should be discovered.
That would make me happy, and if you do a job you love, you would’ve never worked a day in your life.
Not my words, Confucius. =)
Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.
I had to pitch Yosemite National Park on a way to bring more young adults, and students from Fresno State University. To say this was an easy task would be a lie.
As part of my PR career this Is something that I will be doing on a daily basis. I will be focusing more on the entertainment aspect. We were broken into six different groups and we had to each give an eight minute presentations on our Idea.
Our team was magnificent, great, and wardrobe conscious geared toward our campaign. The stressful week, constant worry about getting the job accomplished, and late nights all seemed to pay off.
We got the job done. The future of my career seems to be full of opportunities.
I can’t wait. =)
“A crust eaten in peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety.” ~Aesop, Fables
Over the past week, I have been nothing but busy, exhausted, frustrated, and moody. Getting yourself prepared for something big can definitely frazzle your nerves; however the end result is always satisfying. The past week I did nothing but complain about all the work I had to get done, and the deadlines fast approaching. However, when my weeks were level, and my days filled with empty slots for a plethora of activities I was bored.
I guess, In a way, this is how we humans operate.We are never fully satisfied. I would sometimes wish for a lot of friends and to be endlessly busy; Now I just want piece and quiet. This Sunday I’m determined to put my life back into perspective.
Sometimes people need mass amounts of noise to live. I just want to be left alone in my quiet space for a day. Today I will follow the wise words of a literary genius, Aesop.
Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.
I was watching one of my favorite romantic drama movies the other night, Pride and Prejudice, and I couldn’t help but sigh at the end of this movie.
I’ve seen it a hundred times, yet it never gets old. Elizabeth, one of the main characters In the story Is sort of seen as the spinster sister who reads all the time, and will read away her chance at a marriage or family of her own. circumstances happen and In comes “The One.”
Although I do believe that people are fake, and their seems to be no real romance in the world, I do believe that there is that “Someone” for you.
In Sex and the City, one of my favorite TV Shows of all time, I love how Carrie was looking for “The One.” She didn’t need a declaration, or a huge romantic gesture (although she did get one, and It was fabulous!) she just need Mr. Big to tell her she was “It” for him.
I feel the same way.
Simple gestures, a smile or text, a random outing is good enough for me.
These are two top priorities that must be accomplished before I turn 25…=)
1. Aller à Paris
Je veux aller de l’autre côté du monde et de découvrir quelque chose que je n’avais jamais pensé possible. (I want to go on the other side of the world and discover something I’d never thought possible.)
Most people want to go to Paris for the views, to find love and romance, or for the fashion; seeing all these things would be a plus. However, I would like to dig deeper than that. I want to learn something new and see an Idea from a different standpoint. I think that going to Paris you’d have to be willing to learn something different. And that’s what I want to do…
2. Solitary Road Trip
It’s in my genes. I can’t help it.
Being in my family, the one thing we did constantly was travel. If I wasn’t in Florida then I was in Canada. If I wasn’t there you could see me In California. My dad showed my sister and I that anything is possible with God. Me, I’m going to put that message to the test. I was watching one of my favorite movies of all time today (Elizabeth-town) and one of the characters told Orlando Bloom (the main character) You have to go on 1 solitary road trip. Everybody has to at least once in their lives. They show him later driving through all these states. I’d done some of that with my family but I want to try and do it on my own just once.
Real Freedom! (let’s see If I can do it, or at least try before I breakdown and get a plane ticket back home)