Weather it be the pressure of doing drugs, drinking, having sex, vaping, smoking, school work, school in general, parents, siblings, uncalled for roasts, grades or money, no matter what, being 16 is hard. I'm here to give you a daily log of what my life being 16 is like. I turned 16 on March 14th, which means I've been 16 positive for about a week and a half now, and it's been pretty easy. I turned 16 the day Spring Break started and have been coasting ever since. I've had to do minimal chores, as I was on a school trip for about a week. I spent my birthday in Ashland, Oregon for the annual Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Well, I spent most of it on a bus, and the rest at a cabaret, seeing a musical rendition of Johnny Cash's life, call Ring of Fire: The Musical of Johnny Cash. I thought the music was fantastic and the actors were amazing, but it didn't have much plot. It would have been superb as a cover band, but there wasn't much to follow for the plot. Anyways, were getting side tracked. I came back from that trip slightly changed and very tired. The whole thing was a blur. I remember a girl sleeping on my shoulder during a modern rendition of 12th Night and a belly flop competition at the hotel pool in which I won. I returned home after 5 days and slept for the rest of the day. I've done very little as a human being this past week, which is to be expected of a 16 year old, but school is staring next week, and I don't have the best grades and I really should be doing something to fix that. Instead, I'm writing about my struggles of being a white, middle class 16 year old male for the internet to read and respond to, (which will be around 90% negative). I should probably get going on some homework and studying. I'll see you guys next time.