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Update on my life; I graduated and I moved 5 hours away from home. I am beginning my first year of college on Monday, and I was fortunate enough to land a decent job during my third day of living here considering that it’s really difficult to find a job in this area and I have very little experience. Life has been treating me well lately.

Although I’ve moved, it doesn’t necessary mean that I’ve moved on or I’ve come to a conclusion with my problems. I realized that when I went away to New York for two weeks last summer; my problems still remained intact with me although I didn’t encounter them physically. It didn’t matter how far I was nor where I surrounded myself. I was never where I was at, I was only where my mind was. After months of piecing myself together and sorting out my priorities, I knew what I wanted and what I had to do in order to achieve it. If you want to move forward towards a better future for yourself, there will be a cost- whether it being your happiness, money, freedom, friends, or so on. Although things may get rough and there are times that are unbearable, it’ll eventually get better. You just need to pick yourself up and pull through. You’ve ought to live in the moment rather than spending it on securing your future. It’s a sad realization that you only began to appreciate things more when you know that you’ll no longer be seeing it the next hour, day, or year. Learn to appreciate things more, whether it being potato chips you bought in a gas station or even a toothbrush that you use daily to keep yourself clean.

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