- exercise: desperately need more stamina and strength to do lab and school work and everything else
- less complaining.
- stop saying “like”
- drink more water
- eat healthier
- wake early sleep early
- pamper myself more
- stop stressing out
- be better at schedule making
- Other biology majors will only want you to use you. It’s “Hey, blah blah *insert question here* but when it comes to you asking them anything they don’t take the time to fully explain themselves or they just don’t reply.
- Most people around you claim to not know how to do the clicker question, yet somehow 80% of the class people get the answer right. Hm….
- Make you feel bad by making you feel like you’re nothing. “Oh you have a lab position? Well I have two lab positions and I do clinical shadowing at a hospital AND I have a 3.7 GPA.”
I think it’s pretty saddening from what I’ve heard around that all that people are looking forward to is food. Mainly food.
That’s great. Awesome, really.
But let’s remind ourselves to be really grateful for what we have and the opportunities that are given to us. It’s so easy for us to focus on what we don’t have and what we want. But what we really need more is to be thankful. Thankful for those who support us, cherish us, and love us. Thankful for the food we’re able to eat and the fact that we don’t have to starve like so many people do in other places. Thankful for the place that we’re in cause it’s shaping us to who we become.
Let’s make thankgiving a Thanksgiving guys.
Intense lab work, essays and midterms is a cocktail that would drive any woman crazy.
Well I guess I am a little crazy. I’ve actually worn a hoodie outside which is really unlike me. I’m officially addicted to coffee again. And as much as I kept my calm this week, I can tell that my body is taking a toll with the dark circles and overall tiredness.
But after tomorrow’s midterm I’ll come to life again. I have Catching Fire to watch, hair salon to go to, and a Thanksgiving potluck. Plus some time to spend with le boyfriend who’s been starved of my presence. I have a lot to look forward to. Just need to get through tomorrow.