Thursday night I got some bad news, from a letter in the mail. I let that ruin the rest of my night. I blindly let that cloud my future, being that it was all I could think about. I had a long shower, and went to sleep.
The next day was spent at work until midnight. My boyfriend and I then planned to spend Saturday in NY and we had the most wonderful time! We went to the Brooklyn Bridge for the first time, visited our new favorite hot-dog place, and rode the crowded PATH for free on the way back.
One of the most important things I've learned from this was how to keep an open mind, and not let my mind get clouded by negativity.
The bad news is referring to something that could be fixed, and I know it could be fixed, so I'll work on that when the time comes for it.

I'll continue listening to the universe and reading for it's answers and the messages it has to give for me. It's been the source of bliss for the longest time now. Why try any harder to find happiness, when I could sit back, listen, and receive? :)

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First thing I did was drop out of school. I never liked it. I hated going to school. Growing up, I accepted that I had to go because it was the law. There's no other reason why I had to go to school. Shortly after I turned 18, I dropped out. I had the rest of the day off since I didn't have to work, and I actually felt like I was floating (in time).
I liberated myself from the dreadful routine of waking up in the early hours of the morning, spending about eight hours at school, spending another five at work, and finally going home to have four hours of sleep to my self (hours are give/take).
I had to ask myself then, "what can I do now?" At first, all I did was sleep in. It was not wasted, it was sleep I really needed, that I needed to catch up on. All the rest that I lost waking up early for school had me looking like shit. I felt better, and I looked healthier getting proper rest. So, dropping out was definitely the first step in my journey. Taking control of my own life feels great!
After feeling better, I started to take it to the next step. With this nowfound freedom and energy, I was able to attend to the more important things in my life: my relationships, my job, and more importantly myself! 

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