Rush, rush, rush

When you become an upperclassman, you pretty much have time management down to a science. How do I know this? Take my Wednesday schedule:

  1. Get up at about 6:30 a.m. and get to the B&M Office ASAP to finish up any loose ends I may have with page design.
  2. Go to class at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m.
  3. Hurry to the Chess Center after my 10 a.m. class and be running on the treadmill by 11 a.m.
  4. Grab lunch in the d-hall by 11:45 a.m. (in my to-go box) and get to my 12 p.m. class.
  5. Work on the B&M until it is finished (usually stating at 1 p.m. and ending at about 4 p.m.)
  6. Get dinner somehow (either make it, buy it, or hit up the d-hall again)
  7. Do homework
  8. Sleep

It may sound like something you never want to have to deal with, but I promise you that 1. you will have to endure time management in a rushed space somehow, somewhere within your life. And 2. It really isn’t all that bad once you’ve got it tagged down. So, get ready, get set, and get excited about college life because, once you get through all of the ups and downs that go with adjustment stages you’ll be a pro at this college thing. 🙂

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