Recently I made a new friend. I was introduced to him through a mutual friend and he’s pretty dang awesome. We’ll call my new friend Carter. Carter is pretty great, we immediately hit it off (I’m pretty sure he hits it off with most people) and we’ve hung out several times in a group and a couple of times just the two of us. I have zero idea if he sees me as anything other than a friend. But that’s not the point of this article. The point of this article is... he’s kind of great on paper, yet I don’t feel anything for him, except that he’s a cool dude. And believe me, “cool dude” basically equates to the friendzone. *For the record I believe the friendzone is when Person A specifically tells Person B how they feel and Person B responds with telling Person A they are such a good friend (cool dude) or they are like a sibling to them* so he’d only end up in the “friendzone” if he expressed romantic interest in me... but I digress.
Traveling alone can be one of the best experiences of a person’s life. But that doesn’t mean it is without it’s risks, especially if you are a young woman. Not everyone has Liam Neeson as a father who can come rescue us if we find ourselves in dangerous situations.
Girls (and guys), there is so much information out there about beauty. Mainly tips and tricks to make yourself beautiful, but there isn’t a whole lot on preventative steps (other than age defying moisturizers). So here are a few things that you might not be doing that you really should.
I've owned several cars in my lifetime. And right now I have a really nice 4Runner, but I've got to tell you...my favorite car was a branded title 15-year-old car with 165,000+ miles on it that I bought for $2000. When I finally got rid of it, my cousin got it, and it used to just shut off while he drove on the freeway. This caused him to have to pop it into neutral, and restart the engine. Safe. But let me tell you, he also loved that car.