“You’re like one of the least stressful people I know, so when you’re stressed you know something is wrong.” My friend told me this after I recounted how stressed I was the week before. When I’m hanging out with people, I give off an energetic vibe, but underneath all that lives a worrywart. Throughout our […]
As I have mentioned previously, I’m a commuter student. Although there are many advantages that come with being a commuter student, it also forced me to confront my idea of what I thought my college experience would be like. One of my biggest worries I’ve constantly thought about was how I was going to be independent if I’m just living at home. Now, I realize that if you want to grow, you don’t need to leave home, you just need to be ready to step out of your comfort zone and keep going!
The summer of 2016, I was taking two online classes and working 18 hours. “This Summer is a little busy, but I’m keeping up.” I thought to myself. Now, I’m laughing at that. I was so much busier last Summer even though I wasn’t taking any classes. Instead, I was working on my blog, getting […]
Last summer, I imaged spending a ton of time on this website, one of my clubs, and learning some new skills. Instead, it’s been more of a catch-up game filled with deadlines. I decided to take a CLEP Exam right in the beginning of summer and had to deal with a couple of club meetings […]
*This post may contain affiliate links* 1. Your limit may change every semester I know. Everyone says your limit will change, but it’s normally implied that your limit will stabilize and that it will expand. When your limit changes the next semester, that doesn’t mean it got better. The type of activities we’re juggling throughout […]