Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Six Stages Of Pop Song Addiction

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
After years of observation, I’ve identified six discrete stages of pop song addiction. Stage One: The Highbrow Scoff This is the first — and most self-congratulatory — stage of the process toward full-fledged, seemingly irreversible…

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10 Things I Subconsciously Discovered That Changed My Life

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Somewhere down the line, in the past couple of years, my life started to change. In a good way. The world didn’t change, but the way I viewed it, and the way I appreciated everything…

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30 Life Lessons For 20-Somethings With Too Many Feelings

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. Laugh constantly. Laugh freely. Laugh at every moment in your life. Laugh when it is appropriate. Laugh when it isn’t. Laugh when it fucking hurts like hell. Laugh when the happiness escaping your throat…

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21 Things You Don’t Miss Until They’re Gone

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. Having friends who text you to find out how you’re doing when you’re going through a really difficult relationship moment. (You know, the texts you see while waiting for “your person” to text you,…

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21 Privileges You Probably Don’t Realize You Have

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1. If this morning you woke up and sat through a day of work that you hate, because you have a job, and you’re not numb yet. Becoming indifferent is what you have to worry…

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Snapshots Of Being In Love With You

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
When you got up from the brunch table to use the bathroom and made a joke about how you were never coming back and as I watched you move away I thought about how some…

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FAQs For Figuring Yourself Out In Your 20s

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Read FAQs Re: Friendship In Your 20s here. Q: Will I ever figure myself out? A: “Figuring yourself out” is a cliche notion that you probably haven’t thought very hard about. Think for a second…

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