This one is from yesterday when I was walking back across campus after class because that was really the only time I had to do anything. It was an interesting experience – very freeing because you really can’t be self-conscious in order to do this. At any rate, here I am, in all my cross-campus-glory! […]
(as told by a surviving college senior) 1. Sleep is more important than an extra hour or two of studying. According to a study done at UCLA, “adequate sleep is also important for academics” and “if that student sacrifices sleep time in order to study more than usual, he or she is likely to have […]
So this blog has been on the backburner for the past few months, and I really am sorry about that because it isn’t something I want to stop doing as I enjoy it a lot. But life has been incredibly hectic with NANOWRIMO, (which I finished!!) scrambling to make sure everything gets done for my grad school applications, (easier said than done) and finishing this second-to-last-semester of undergrad as strongly as possible.
That being said, with finals and then break coming up, I should have a lot more time to write and share with you all and I’m really looking forward to it! In the meantime, please enjoy this v-log!
I’m someone who works well under pressure but only because I’m a Type A who can’t stand to fail at anything. There will be no failure this finals season, (I hope) but there may be some tears.
Who am I kidding, I’ve been crying all semester, tears are nothing new here.
At any rate, I’ve accomplished a lot today, this month, this semester, but because I still have so much left to go – it’s hard to see the progress. Checking things off my ever-expanding to-do list helps though. And on the up side, I finished the huge paper I have due today. Which leaves me with:
1 6 page paper
5 finals + 1 small essay (but one is take home, praise the lord)
probably a lot of tears.
But I’ve made it through 5 semesters of this already – so I’m fairly confident that I’ll make it through this one too. I may end up staying in the library for an unhealthy amount of time, but stay tuned for that.
and if you were wondering what my class schedule is (all 3 credits):
LITR 420: Studies in the British Novel
LITR 450: Major Authors – Austen
CHL 352: Folk Tales and Fairy Tales in Children’s Literature