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    (Original post by utanawah)
    I kind of have the same thing, but I do have quite a lot of friends so I know that if I wanted to socialise and do stuff with people I could, I mostly choose not to because I've always been more of an introvert so prefer being alone. Although this summer I plan on doing a lot of exploring~ going to museums, art galleries, parks, small cafes, and taking lots of pictures cos I'm really into photography and blogging (mainly fashion). Oh and I've applied for jobs in a few places so that will keep me super busy as well. I also want to start keeping a journal~ I have a diary which I type up but it's definitely more special when written so I've been collecting cute notebooks to use.

    SOCIETIES!!! Make sure you join lots when you start uni. There will be one for almost anything you're interested in, but if not then make one! You only need a minimum of 5-10 people to have an official one (official meaning you can get funding from your SU, may vary from uni to uni - think it's 7 in mine?) I didn't join any when I started uni last year which was one thing I'd definitely do differently I could do first year all over again.

    Learn something new, watch a new series (massive anime fan here ^^), plan your future - I spent a lot of last summer creating shopping lists for uni and doing massive trips to department stores with a few friends which I really enjoyed haha. You don't need to be in a massive social circle to have a good time~ the internet is a huge place and so is the world outside your door!
    Aww ๐Ÿ˜€ Since , i'm moving out from College I'm deffo going to make a shopping list for uni , and join societies and the gym.

    I've started learning arabic speaking , and I learn about first aid & nutrition. I'm also going to learn juggling it's hard lol.

    I really want to meet up with old school friends.
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