10 Weird Things That Changed My Life:
1. Ramen Noodles. I honestly lived off of these my freshman year when I ran out of Bevo Bucks (the $ that made for my meals). They're delicious and you can make them in 3 minutes AND they fill you up. Now that I'm (2 years) older and wiser, I use Ramen as a go to
hungover sick food. Sooo healthy...not.
2. The Target dollar section. I'll be the first to admit it: I have a unhealthy shopping addiction, but only at Target. I'll go into Target to buy toilet paper and will come out $150 poorer. It's a hard life, but this dollar section has become a sort of safe haven for me. It has the coolest stuff and it's hard to spend more than $10.
3. Arrested Development. Hands down, the funniest show ever created. I secretly judge people when they say they've never seen it.
4. This mean, ghetto bitch in high school that threatened to beat me up. She taught me that there's a time and place to bite my tongue, and that I should never try to sass someone in the lunch line.
5. The TV show, Jeopardy. Growing up, my mom and I watched this show every. single. afternoon. Because of this, I gained a plethora of useless information that I'll forever carry with me for the rest of my life. That means don't try me in Trivial Pursuit, I'll whoop your butt.
6. Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me By Handler, Chelsea (INT) (Google Affiliate Ad). Honestly, one of the funniest books I've ever read. Sometimes I laugh thinking about it.
7. Not going out of state for college. I actually wanted to go to The University of Tennessee, but by some miracle I got into the other UT (Texas), so I came here instead. And you know what? I'm happier than a bird with a french fry. It's funny how things work out.
8. Super Marioworld.
9. My photography teacher, Mrs. Laughlin teaching me how to work Photoshop. Without her, I wouldn't be where I am today. Much love Mrs. Laughlin! XO
10. IKEA furniture. While I do love their modern and stylish furniture, I can't help but want to pull my freaking hair out while putting together their products. Thanks to them, I've learned my way around a toolbox and have become quite the little handyman. Or handywoman? I don't know.