Six months ago this guy came into my life and completely swept me off my feet. He introduced me to the best sushi in Eugene, my love of the Springfield Winco that doesn’t make you pay for bags and several Japanese words that he definitely overuses. And he’s kind of the sweetest person on the planet.
His goal? To be on my blog. So today, in honour of our six month anniversary (that’s a whole half year, folks), I am making a list of reasons he is the complete idiot that I love.Read More
Welcome to another year! As said in the title of this post, not only is it 2013, but Teenage Enthusiasm is TWO YEARS OLD!
We’ve had fun these last two years, laughing, crying, wondering why we keep coming back to this blog even though Morgan is slightly mental. And this year I’m excited to keep on the tradition of continuing to entertain and share what teenage enthusiasm is: living my life.
This year is going to be the most unique one yet. Mostly because in 2013 three very exciting things are happening.
I’m turning 18
I’m graduating high school
I’m starting university
All of this means that I’ll have even more insane stories to share with you, more life experience, and you get to all experience it with me. I feel that we’ve all become pretty close friends on this here blog, which is something I am eternally grateful for, I have a feeling that this year will be my year, and I just can’t wait to share it with you!
This New Years is especially special. It is Teenage Enthusiasm’s one year anniversary! What a milestone, huh?
The whole thing about new years and anniversaries and even just getting older is that we want to improve. We want to become even better than previous years. That’s why we make New Year’s resolutions. And I’m no different. I want to become bigger and better than I was in 2011. I want to be HUMUNGOUS!
Most resolutions are health-related. Wanting to lose weight, eat healthier, stop smoking, etc. But some resolutions are completely different. Some people want to publish their manuscript. Or start their own cupcake business. Personally I believe that a person should have a mix of the two. Like quitting alcohol and learning a new language.
The hardest part of making a resolution is keeping it, as any person who has made a resolution can tell you. It’s unfortunate, yes, but it can happen if you aren’t motivated enough. So I guess the true success (though not for every resolution) is self-motivation. If you are in it for the gold, the likeliness of you accomplishing your resolution goal is very high.