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Judging by the title of this post you can guess what I’m going to talk about.

I have always been the “outcast” or “different” well, I always felt like I’ve been. Growing up I have struggled in maintaining friendships due to my friends moving away or typical female drama. I struggled with myself wondering what was wrong with me and why didn’t people accept me for me. As I got older and came to college I hoped things would change and I would be accepted, but things never changed they actually got worse, and I attend an all female institution so you can imagine the amount of unwanted drama that would occur. I never understood why females would be so difficult to become friends with until I came to college! I started to observe the different “cliques” and how they all interacted with each other and I said to myself “I’m just as pretty and I’m way funnier, who doesn’t want to be my friend?”

As time went on I grew out of that phase and stopped worrying about what others thought of me and started to enjoy life for me, even if I didn’t have a huge group of friends surrounded because I don’t need billions of friends, I’m fine with just a handful. I’m now a senior in college and I see how much I have grown and matured since my freshman year. My mentality is different and my perspective on things have also changed. Even though I have a decent amount of friends and when they go out on dates with their significant others or whatever the case may be I don’t feel “left out” or “alone” to the point where I need someone to keep me company.

It took me a while to learn to be comfortable with being alone and not stressing over it. I call it my ME TIME. I get things done with I’m alone, I have time to clear my thoughts, and I’m more at peace with things when I’m alone. Being alone is not a bad thing if you are comfortable with it, but don’t get too comfortable to the point where you have excluded everyone from your life. There’s a difference between “me time” and being anti-social.

I had to embrace the woman I was becoming in order to accept the fact that I don’t have to be around everyone at all times! When you get time to yourself embrace it, because it’s rare that you’ll get the “alone time” you need with yourself on an everyday basis.

I surround myself around people who are supportive, have bright futures, and people that are honest. It’s best to find a group of friends that you can be yourself around and you don’t have to feel judged or out of place. Surround yourself around people who bring out the BEST in you and most importantly GENUINE. Genuine people make for the best of friends! I genuinely love ALL  of my friends, even when they get on my nerves (LOL).

So the whole purpose of this post was to let someone out there know that being alone may not necessarily be a bad thing, because everyone deserves time to themselves. Also to be comfortable being alone and not needing the company of others to constantly keep you happy. Remember to be selfish with YOU, and during this time get to know yourself and fall in love with who you are. ❤

❤ Daisy


Get Your Freak On!!


My lovely friend had me do a “Get Your Freak On Tag” with her on her YouTube channel! I hope you all enjoy!!! ❤

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Thursday Blues…

Okay, so I LOVE COLLEGE BUT…there’s a catch, I hate the long days full of classes. I woke up around 6 a.m. this morning just to make it to my class at 8 which was Constitutional Law. The class is nice and all but really professor 8:00 in the morning?? I enjoy my beauty sleep and he is cutting into that time, but I want to graduate so I have to move past my sleepiness. *flips hair*

So I had a total of 5 classes today, they were all 1 hour and 15 minutes long. If my professors made class fun I wouldn’t mind, but sometimes being a Political Science major can be dreadful.

The time right now is 6:30 p.m. and I got home about 35 minutes ago, as you can see it has been a very long day! What I’m hoping is that when the weather starts to warm up going to school would be a breeze! But these cold winter mornings and nights are terrible!

But on a side note, I bought trail mix the other day and I decided to open them today…and guess what happened!? They all slipped out into my backpack! I laughed and I laughed, because that’s all I could do! I am the most clumsiest person I know! I trip over air in my sleep, yeah I am super clumsy!

But I hope you all had a wonderful day!

❤ Daisy



Yesterday while grocery shopping my roommate picked up some tea, it’s Green Tea Blueberry Slim Life. Tonight was my first time trying it and I must admit that it is pretty good. It has a very distinctive taste! Yum!

So try it and let me know how you all feel about it! 🙂

Spring Semester


If only I was really excited about that (lol). I was dreading coming back to school because I was actually enjoying myself while on Winter break!!

But it’s back to the books and wearing my eye glasses! 🙂 This is random but sometimes I just want to wear my glasses because I feel like looking extra intellectual when I’m really supposed to wear them on a daily bases, yeah I know I’m a bit strange! 🙂

But today I only had one class and that was at 4 pm. I must admit, having one class on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays is pretty sweet but I don’t like how late the class is. -_- But I’ll manage! Tuesdays and Thursdays are my longer days, I have classes from 8 am-5:15 pm, so may the odds ever be in my favor!!

It was a rainy and gloomy day but I managed to make it through and I am looking forward to this three day weekend ahead!! 🙂

How to take the perfect selfie….


Millions of selfies are taken everyday, self-portraits are so much fun and convenient especially when there is no one around to snap your photo, which always seems to be my problem. Selfies are such a hot trend rights now, everyone from celebrities to the President of the United States is doing it. The most important aspect to taking a perfect selfie is to know yourself. I personally never photograph well when other people take my photo, but when I’m the person in front of and “behind” the camera I tend to take better pictures. Selfies aren’t as easy as they appear, there is an art to creating that perfect selfie. I went ahead and created a list of hopefully helpful tips to help you take your perfect selfie.

  1. The first thing you want to start off by doing is making sure your photo ready. There is nothing worst then taking…

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Home Sweet Home

As my Winter break comes to an end I am taking it all in and embracing my last moments with my family and friends from home before I return back to school and get back into the books.

This break was MUCH needed. This past semester was an eye opener on friendships, relationships, and my personal goals. I have learned so much this semester academically and just with my social life in general. As I look back I can honestly say the changes that I have made were all for the better.

Coming home makes me appreciate all the things that my parents have done for me over the years, and how annoying my little brother is! But it is always nice to have time to spend with your family and just chill, hang out, and pick up where things left off. Yes there is much more freedom at school but there’s just something about coming home that makes me realize how much I have matured since my freshman year and from high school. I am no longer seen as a little girl but a young adult. It is so great when people commend me on how great I am doing in school and how proud of me they are. After a very long semester hearing those words are confirmation that I am on the right track and that going to college was the best decision that I have ever made.

Of course I can’t wait to get back to my apartment at school, my friends, and the parties but I am really enjoying this time with my family. 🙂