Pessimism Is Not In My Vocabulary

Throughout 2012 I have met some incredible people, some have come and gone, whilst others have stuck around and have been good friends. I may offer to “meet up” with them to have, what is known to many as a “catch up”. I’ve had the pleasure of heading to Southampton or other places to engage in these social events but I will say this, there is always time when they “can’t make it” or “are busy” and it is just something you’ve got to ignore.

Why ignore? Because if you keep thinking about the fact they cannot “make it” then you’ll most likely find yourself with a certain  “anxiety” when you next try and organise an outing with someone. Obviously if you keep trying to make plans with someone and they consistently “can’t make it” – take the hint, if you keep flogging that dead horse then eventually it’ll come round to smack you round the face in the form of gossip.

So what do I do? Well I just think “Okay.. they can’t make it” and just get on with my day, try and find someone else to fill the slot OR just do something you’re supposed to be doing and stop procrastinating! If you’re like me and need to purchase a train ticket to meet people – then think of it as some money saved (for potential future investments!) and just try and keep yourself occupied.

I also cannot wait to be attending college again in September. I need the education badly and it’s very dull when all your friends are at college/tied down with work. Could not be prouder of my friends aspiring to great heights.

Thanks for reading.

Miles Grindey

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