I know, who the hell am I to tell you how to get it together? I’m not an expert in any area, I’m not a life coach, a healing guru, I’m none of that. I’m not even twenty yet. I am just a girl with unintended comedic timing when it comes to where I place my feet when I walk ( aka I fall a lot), I’m sensitive and emotional and the whole Sha-bang. This mean’s I spend my life learning. Learning how to handle situations. Learning how to get back on the wagon of s***t together. I have to take a lot in as a lesson, because the only direction I want to be going in is positive. A Girls Guide to Getting it Together is about sharing experiences and explaining how I had to work through it. Tips and tricks, things I love to do that make me feel more alive in a world that can be so dehumanizing. I want to share my stories with you, and maybe help someone who has been or will be going through the same thing. I’m not going to lie, a lot of funny stuff, embarrassing stuff, thing’s I didn’t even know can happen are thrown my way. I either do the right thing, or I have to learn how to handle it without crumbling. Constantly I talk to people around my university who seem to be ” falling apart” , to which we all answer ” You’re doing great sweetie! Don’t worry about it!”. It’s okay to fall apart, truly I get it, but my blog is about not settling for mediocre happiness. It’s about getting it together, and being the best weird, quirky, confident you.