I entered college pre-med biology. Four years went by and I graduated with a bachelors degree in English writing and rhetoric.

Needless to say, the identity I had entered college with was second-guessed and shaken multiple times. For example, I had looked at my roommate’s life and wanted to implement her characteristics of tidiness, planning, and dedication to schoolwork as my own. I wanted her four-year (and then some) plan, and when I realized it wasn’t in me to create one, I felt insecure instead of realizing that not everyone takes the same road to reach a destination.

For a moment, I saw the person I should be and the person I clearly wasn’t all at once. What is it that causes us to question our entire integrity based not on our own attributes, but on the ones we lack when compared to someone else?

Continued from Color-Ful, a guide to practical color psychology. Associations: Nature, renewal, growth, monetary gain, good luck. Effects: Soothes emotions and grounds you, helping to provide mental clarity to move forward in life. Physical Effects: Helps to balance your equilibrium, creating relaxation. It can also help to improve your

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