You sound like the biggest brat on the planet. 1) You say you want a job in "media." That doesn't sound too planned out, or specific at all, which leads me to believe that most other parts of your life are as well. 2) The thought of you joking about your "white girl problems" makes me want to throw that wheel of cheese at your head. 3) The fact that you enjoy the luxury of complaining about your $1.50 cup of coffee, and even more so, have the time to mope about it writing your pitiful blog on the internet tell me you are wasting time which could be spent working, earning you MONEY. 4) If your biggest problem in life is the fact that you need a bed frame, you need to get a life. Some people are working all hours of the day, TRULY starving, trying to feed the families. I'm sure they aren't too worried if their bedrooms match the display window in Restoration Hardware. 5) Are we supposed to feel sorry for you that you dressed up as a slut for $300 so you could buy your bed frame? As a college student myself, your attitude disgusts me. You don't seem grateful at all for your position in life as it is. You don't mention anything about having to pay off loans, which leads me to believe your parents paid 100% of your college tuition. If I were them, I would request the university revoke your degree, refund their money, so they could buy a vacation home and treat themselves to some time away from their completely unappreciative, spoiled, naive child. Grow up. You have a college degree. Do me a favor, take that degree out of its little decorative frame, and use it to soak up your pitiful tears, while you commiserate with Hannah from girls, because you think you're "struggling" in life. PSH! Seriously, you need a reality check. The fact that you can watch girls also alludes to the fact that you have enough money to pay for HBO. Which part of your life is supposed to make me sad? Maybe you should go down the office where people apply for food stamps, so you could see the types of people who really need them. You should really reevaluate your perspective of how hard your life really is. Hint: it's not.