This is the beginning of a new blog out of three previously created and shut down because I just can not manage or understand blogs.
Why did I start a new one? That’s the question. I started it as a medium of releasing stress.
A semester packed with 21 credit-hour’s, an internship, working as an event staff for athletics, an RA, and then being Chinwe.
It is a mouthful of things to do at one time, and to tell the truth it is.
When people say, “hey Chinwe how’s it going?”, “It’s going on great.” I started out saying.
Then people started saying, “You always look tired nowadays, even though you look good”, or “I need to schedule an appointment to even hang out with you”, and I finally had to break down and say, “LIFE!” That’s what happens when real-life comes knocking on your door.
I could have been chillin’ as usual. Classes, study, chill with my residents and friends, hang out during the weekend, probably be too tired to wake up for Monday.
However, now, I am constantly on the go. No time to breath.
Few years back, I was pleading that real-life should not come knocking on my door. “Just a few more mistakes”, I asked, “Just a little more carelessness.”
One starts to see real-life as a curse, an advent to midlife crisis. I see it as the real-thing, as what people will say, “Now, that’s what’s up.”
It is really what’s up. It is really the hard knock on reality’s door.
I don’t know what whoever reading this believes in, whether, Atheist, Christian, Buddhist, Free-thinker, Jewish, or Muslim, even if you believe you are just an empty soul. There is that gut feeling that you experience inside of you telling you this is the real thing.
And when we go through this phase, we need outlets to relax and recuperate. Family, religion/spirituality, Friends, exercise, a stress ball. Anything to tune you out to make you feel better, even this WordPress blog.
And now, I return back to work and studying for my nutrition exam.