It is great to be wanted. I don’t even care that they only want me because they think I can code. It’s still a great opportunity to talk to some people in very high positions, and maybe get them to give me a finance internship instead. But just seeing that email in your inbox saying I saw your resume and I want you: it’s just so f*cking awesome!!!
1. About me:
2. One non-living thing you find beautiful and why. (The ocean, love, etc.)
3. You won 2 plane tickets, what is one place you’d love to go and who you’d go with.
4. 15 things you have on your room - why you have them.
6. 10 things you want to save up to get. (Camera, shampoo, phone, iPod, etc.)
7. Three things people don’t know about me (one about something you secretly really want to try).
8.What is the thing you enjoy to do the most? Why?
9. Something you are struggling with right now, and how you think you can help it.
10. Short-term & Long term goals:
11. Your ideal relationship.
12. One thing you wish you could change in this world.
13. Are you a negative or a positive person - explain.
14. Post a picture of yourself with 5 facts.
15. Do a mini bucket list: 20 things you want to do before you die.
When I started this I really thought that 100 days would be too long, and that I could never come up with something happy to post every single day. I considered doing it for a shorter period of time, but then I realized that it would be truly pathetic if I couldn’t be happy for a straight 100 days. But I am glad to say that I was wrong. 100 days was not too long, if anything it was too short. I’m truly going to miss my hundred days.
So many amazing things have happened to me in these past hundred days. I think there really is something to positive things happening to people with positive moods.
Also, it really is the little random things that make you truly happy. I mean the big things are great too, but it’s the little things that keep you consistently happy.
Realizing that day 1 was going to be over in two hours and that I needed to do something epic, and then running to Fruizen before they closed. It was a pretty great adventure. But even better than the adventure was you playing along with my whole day 1 thing, and helping me get something epic in, because you knew how important this whole thing was to me.
Finished lab before it even started!!
I also got a ton of really good free food.
Learning new things so you don’t have to lie about already knowing them.
100% on accounting tests = knowing you chose the right major. Also, it’s really scary when people start emailing you back to set up interviews, but it’s the good kinda scary. And it got me to start running again.
Won a Starbucks gift card at the accounting banquet.