Be Who You Are, Not Who You Ought to Be

But back to the lesson at hand–it’s okay to just f*cking live your life and relax if you want to. Let go of all the business that’s bogging you down. Just be who you are. That’s better than being who you want to be or ought to be.

It’s okay not to be perfect. It’s okay to fail. It’s okay not to meet everyone’s expectations of what you “should” be or shouldn’t be, because ultimately you have to be the boss of yourself and live your own goddamned life.

Case in point: I am in school right now. It’s my last semester of college and dammit, I should be excited and I should be attending class. Right? Sadly, no. I’m barely attending class and I’m just f*cking burnt out on college. I think most college seniors feel the same way, so it’s probably no surprise to all of you who are “normal” out there. I constantly reflect and wonder if I’m “normal” or not. Living in a bubble/cult for years will do that to you. I question everything to a degree that I’m probably OCD about it.

But back to the lesson at hand–it’s okay to just f*cking live your life and relax if you want to. Let go of all the business that’s bogging you down. Just be who you are. That’s better than being who you want to be or ought to be.