For those of you who live in the United States, happy Thanksgiving!! I hope that many of you were able to put some time aside to spend with your family and eat a lot of delicious food, so I’ll keep this post short. I wanted to share a few things that I’m thankful for this year. Here we go:
The first thing I’m thankful for should be really obvious: my family. I wouldn’t be where I am today without them, so they deserve to be mentioned first. They have raised me to be the amazing woman that I am. They’ve also dealt with me for 22 years, which I really commend them for.
I am most definitely thankful for successfully graduating college. Attending Boston University wasn’t the easiest for me. From horrible roommates, dealing with a long-distance relationship, and taking extremely hard classes, I’ve learned a lot and somehow made it out alive and happy. Even though it was a tough 4 years, I wouldn’t change it for the world; every experience I had during college helped me become who I am today.
I think everyone who has a job would agree that it is something we should be thankful for. My case is special because not only did I get a job right out of college, but it just so happens to be my dream job. Working at L’Oréal has been a life-changing experience (and it’s only been 2 1/2 months). L’Oréal has allowed me to meet amazing people, has taught me things I never knew I was capable of learning, and has expanded my knowledge of so many brands in the beauty industry. Also, this view doesn’t hurt to look at every day 🙂
Last but certainly not least, I am so incredibly thankful for this picture on the internet. Hands-down my favorite photo on the internet, this goat is literally the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. Just look at his face! And his sassy side eye! I can’t. So cute.
This list could go on and on, but I don’t want you spending too much time on here today. Go spend some quality time with family and friends and have an amazing Thanksgiving!
I would love to know some things you are thankful for this year. Let me know down below!