Turning Back the Clock.

Ahh to be young again… I don’t know it’s odd but once in a while it dawns on me that I’m 21 years old. I guess that comes with a lot of additional symbolic and legal perks especially being American. I just feel like ohh I should act 21 and partake in social norms that is an indication of being the big two one ya know? Honestly it’s overrated most of the time in my personal opinion. I’m still the same person I was three weeks ago I just attained some additional state privileges. Enough with the whole thinking about #adulting,I remind myself that I got the rest of my life to improvise on that. Honestly being a kid is underrated and whenever the opportunity arises to relive your childhood best believe that I’m first inline for the kids meal menu!

First of all we all know what this is. You’ve either played with them or remember the excruciating pain that comes along with stepping on them… love hate relationship for sure! So anyway I’m enrolled in the European Business Strategies core course for this current semester! So what better business for young adults who are expected to figure out what we want to do for the rest of our lives, than LEGO!! I’ll be the first to acknowledge that I had not the slightest idea that LEGO was a Danish company. As I’ve gotten older I truly began to appreciate taking advantage of the opportunities that I’ve earned. I had the opportunity to use my childhood memories to ask well informed questions at the end of our presentation at LEGO. It dawned upon that

Being a child has significantly influenced who I am today.

That means that I can never forget nor should I. The whole notion of adulthood gives off this impression that we have to leave the kiddie stuff alone forever. This reminded me to screw that! No one has to be responsible 24/7/365. I’m telling myself this more anyone that sometimes we have to ‘chill out bruh’. There’s always going to be times to be an adult. Being a kid and happy is one of the happiest and purest memories of our lives. Being able to enjoy your youth doesn’t have to be some severe repercussions.

I’ve really enjoyed the hands on experience that a lot of my classes here are offering the students. I appreciate theory a lot, trust me I’ve done a lot of it over the last three years. However theory only goes but so far without putting it into practice. There has to be hands on experience in all fields and disciplines in order to grow and prosper.

Now if you excuse me I’m going to take the rest of the evening to do things that make me happy and not stressed out! Peace love and happiness as always!

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