Day 9 03.10.18:
Don't stop believing
One thing I've realised is that life as a student constantly has its ups and downs.
Not necessary life or death stuff, but more like being bored and having a great time.
I'm saying that today because it was an okay day and it wasn't too fun, but an okay day has gotta be better than an actual bad day.
So... the solution is to find something positive for the next day. That means you have something to look forward to.
In reality, life is generally less exciting and more awkward than expected, and usually not much happens, lol, but keep dreaming.
Tomorrow is a new day, and where there is life, there is possibility.
At university you interact with so many different people every day, and who knows who you might bump into accidentally (I'm still waiting for that one to happen
). The only certainty is in not trying. So yeah.
Today I just had 2 classes and a lecture.
Anyway, the thing I have to look forward to (apart from a class and lecture ! ) is I need to do a video interview for a part-time job application. I'm getting my friend to help me out, and I've started drafting a whole script really for it (even though the vids only 2 mins!), including locations where I'd like to have a backdrop lol.
So, tonight, I look forward to that!
Anyway, another early night for me. I'm gonna say anything before mid-night is considered early by a uni student. Oh, and no 9am tomorrow, but I think I'll get up by 9 anyway.
(Original post by emilynxlan)
Sounds like a hefty schedule 😱
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I thought I'd have more free time in university and now, I'm not sure if I do or don't.
I think the thing is "the power is in your hands" (reference to Take me out if you watched that!). So I pretty much have almost full control of my weekly time (okay, there's meal times, sleep times, family time, lol) but in terms of university demands only 4 hours a week is compulsory (classes).
So technically by attending lectures, doing extra reading, doing classwork before the class, revising etc... it's giving myself a hefty schedule.
I don't mind though as I need to make up for my first year self-disappointment, and life could be a lot worse than having to study
(Original post by Toastiekid)
Best of luck with getting the grades
I look forward to seeing what you get up to T, will be following along
Cool, thank you and goodluck also. I believe you've entered sixth form?