By Ana Ayon, Buffalo Exchange Sherman Oaks
As the end of the year begins to approach, our introspective side becomes a bit more active than usual, culminating in Thanksgiving—a holiday in which we are supposed to take a step back from the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives and express our gratitude for all the good we have in it. This year has been one of great change for me; I am first and foremost thankful for the unrelenting sense of resilience I’ve had to muster in order to “roll with the punches,” so to speak. I don’t know where I’d be without it and I’m glad it’s here with me. In addition, I am thankful for my family and the friends who have supported and assisted me throughout the trials and tribulations of moving to Los Angeles. Last but not least, I’m thankful for having a job that allows me to juggle the demands of college while simultaneously allowing me to find fashionable clothes on a regular basis. Living the life of a broke college student has never looked so good!