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round the clock!

Life has been hectic these days.  My roommate and I have had many sleep-deprived weeks full of running, studying, working, cleaning, doing laundry, attending class and trying to have fun with friends so as to avoid molding into the “boring” college students who sit and study all the time and later regret not being more involved.  But–whew–it’s exhausting! 

I’m learning a lot about time-management . . . but I still have far to go.  It makes me want to just sit and eat all day, but I’m very determined not to gain the “freshman 15”.  (Which is why I had chocolate fudge ice cream tonight . . .)

Does anyone have tips the use/used from the good ol’ college days??


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  1. If you’re even thinking about this question, it sounds to me as if you’re doing just fine and will have no regrets. Some people regret that they didn’t get more involved. Others regret that they got too involved and didn’t have time to relax.

    Make sure you make time for both. College is a uniquely wonderful time in your life, because you have the ultimate balance of relatively low responsibility with relatively high privilege. You don’t have to worry about getting fired for not doing your job, but you also don’t have to worry about your parents telling you you can or can’t do this or that or have to come home by such-and-such a time. So live it up. Don’t be an all-the-time party animal. Do, however, recognize that you’ll have plenty of the rest of your life to be responsible and involved.

    And don’t worry about the freshman 15. Everyone gets it. It’s part of college life, too! You can lose that later.

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