I wore so little today that I had to take a crappy picture of my bag to fill up space! I read the most interesting NY Times article today: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/fashion/the-challenge-of-making-friends-as-an-adult.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all It’s about how once you get older it’s very difficult to make new friends because the key to make friendships that are strong is: proximity, repeated unplanned interactions and meeting in situations with lowered inhibitions. This is why many people meet their closest friends in college! I found it so depressing to read because my whole life I always struggle with finding friends but I guess I will always have to, it seems. My best friend and I are in two completely different states and he and I met and became close in high school . Most of my college friends have gone their separate ways which is expected. We become more focused on fulfilling our own ambitions and thus maintaining friendships does not seem as important once you hit mid twenties.

I wore so little today that I had to take a crappy picture of my bag to fill up space! I read the most interesting NY Times article today: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/fashion/the-challenge-of-making-friends-as-an-adult.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all It’s about how once you get older it’s very difficult to make new friends because the key to make friendships that are strong is: proximity, repeated unplanned interactions and meeting in situations with lowered inhibitions. This is why many people meet their closest friends in college! I found it so depressing to read because my whole life I always struggle with finding friends but I guess I will always have to, it seems. My best friend and I are in two completely different states and he and I met and became close in high school . Most of my college friends have gone their separate ways which is expected. We become more focused on fulfilling our own ambitions and thus maintaining friendships does not seem as important once you hit mid twenties.

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