Old Friends: The Comprehensive Guide to Cultivating and Maintaining Adult Friendships

Friendships are easy in school. Proximity and shared interests bring people together, and lasting relationships are formed. After graduation, however, making friends, and keeping those friendships isn’t as straightforward. Some people have come up to me asking how they should navigate the complicated roads to adult friendship. Even though I have been called “this generation’s MapQuest” on more than one occasion, I don’t have the energy or the patience to give everyone in the world individual directions, so I decided to write this guide instead:

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Try God, It’s Friday

Every week, we the contributors of SuperGlooze are going to round up some things that we have been really enjoying this week and share them with anyone willing to give it a try. We’ll try and keep a good mix of free/paid/subscription stuff because unlike a tree, we aren’t made of money. Continue reading “Try God, It’s Friday”

Things That Are Making Me Cry This Week

I’m a human person with feelings and emotions, and sometimes things make me cry. So, in the vein of one of my favorite podcasts Crybabies, I thought it would be fun/interesting/sad to share some of the things that made me cry this week. This may also show what a completely lame person I am. Continue reading “Things That Are Making Me Cry This Week”

Ashley’s Uncanny X-Watch: X2

As we all undoubtedly know, X-Men: Apocalypse comes out on May 27th, which is just four short weeks away. In the time leading up to this premier, I will be re-watching and writing about each X-Men movie made so far. On today’s agenda, X2: X-Men United.

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An Open Letter to People from High School who Look at my Social Media Presence

Look, I get it. I was the mousy girl who listened to a lot of Rilo Kiley and wore a t-shirt with a hermit crab on it that said “the fun’s just getting started!” I probably made you a mix cd. No one voted for me for anything but if they had, I would’ve won “most likely to probably be in your AP history class.” So, I get it, I get why you’re looking at my social media accounts nearly ten years later and comparing yourself to me. I saw “comparison is the thief of joy” cross stitched on a pillow next to a picture of the hamburgler on etsy and that’s really stayed with me, so here are some reasons you should remember that when looking at the things on my Facebook page and try not to compare yourself to the glory that is my life.

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Throughout my life, I’ve learned some valuable lessons, which have helped me grow as a person, and answer life’s difficult questions. Because I believe others could benefit from my knowledge and experiences, I’ve reached out to the internet, hoping to advise people whose greatest challenges have arisen. All questions were submitted anonymously, and the authors shall remain anonymous.

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