Self Change

I am late to everything. I wish part of me was not exaggerating, but it is true. I have been late 5-10 minutes to almost every single class in my college career. I have been late to running practice, social events, interviews, and even emergencies. This is undoubtedly one of my biggest weaknesses. It has gotten to the point where I feel like it’s impossible for me to be on time. Actually, I hate being on time.

My issue is that society’s priority is to be on time or five minutes early to everything. I have been told by random people that “it’s never late to change.” I’m going to put this expression to the test. I figure that even though I love having a minute extra to look in the mirror, fix my room, eat something, send a text, or even listen to Goldfish (band that I’m currently addicted to) I have to change.

Changes occur naturally. Throughout time we change due to experiences we live, although sometimes you make the same mistake so often that you became a master at getting away with it, over and over again. We all have the power to change quirks that we have. To become a person that we love more. Self-love is about taking care of yourself, letting yourself become a superior human being than you are, simply because you want to.

To be honest, I hate being late to everything. I really am. So I guess I ought to follow my own advice and change. Change for the positive. Change because I know I can do better and change my quirk because I want to love myself more.

Like Andy Warhol said “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”

– Wuisa


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luisa-lwc-internHere is a bit about me: Name is Wuisa! I’m a nonconformist nomad, adventurer and seeker of pleasure. A twenty-one-year-old explorer. In search of those petit unforgettable blissful moments in life. Born in Bogotá, Colombia in the Andes Mountains where fall-like weather is eternal. I’m in my last semester of college at Randolph College in vintage Lynchburg, Virginia, taking 20.5 academic credits. An Environmental Studies major with a minor in French. I love to stay busy and go for long distance runs in the forest. If sunbathing naked were a sport, I would have countless gold medals. I find Ayn Rand’s views on objectivism brilliant, and I think Chuck Palahniuk is a creative genius. I am obsessed with Frida Kahlo‘s paintings and Pablo Neruda’s Poems. In my spare time, I write poetry, cook and watch foreign films. I promise you this, one day I’m going to stop whatever I’m doing, buy a ticket to Paris, then buy a ridiculously expensive camera and sleep in a tent near the Eiffel Tower. Never forget inspiration is endless. Pas.

About Wuisa Fernanda

I’m writing for pleasure to share my ideas and thoughts to the world. I’m in my early 20’s and I want to accomplish a million extraordinary goals. I belief we all need a creative outlet; this is one of many that I have because limiting oneself to one thing is too ordinary. The world is filled with nonconformist nomads, adventurers and seeker of pleasure and I’m one of them. WE NEED TO SPEAK OUT! My truth is I seek those unforgettable blissful moments in life that inspire me. Never forget inspiration is endless. Life is what you make it, so go change something for the better, starting with yourself. Pas.
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