Except for, you know, that one class that always has a final exam worth like 75% and it's longer than a Harry Potter book but you only have 2 hours to finish it and you open it thinking great there's bound to be questions on at least some of the things that I studied for and then you read the opening paragraph and it tells you 2 questions make up the entire booklet and each question has related parts lettered A through X. 😳😒😑
The end of college can be exciting, but it can also cause a some anxiety. There's a lot waiting on the other side of the diploma.
Closing the door on your college years definitely comes with a new set of things to take responsibility for, but it's also something to cherish and celebrate.
Take a deep breath, head over to Metiza.com and read all about why you shouldn't be stressing but celebrating your Senior year!
1. My desk closes up at the end of the day to hide my work. It also has lots of handy spots for storage, so that you can keep track of your projects and hide files in the cabinets below. Finally, it doubles as a stereo and tv, allowing me to save space in my living room.
2. My workout/meditation area is situated, so that I have easy access to my equipment and don't have any excuses to avoid exercise. I also use the shelf as a wall to create some privacy in the meditation area.
How do you use your space to encourage you to accomplish certain tasks?
#16 : Meet Joseph: Although, we met during my sophomore year @bakersfieldhighschool , we became good friends my first semester in college. Indeed, we did not both attend @ucberkeleyofficial , but after inviting him and several others to a kickback I was hosting during winter break, we understood each other on a different level. During my junior year, Joseph asked me for a job at @subway through my father who was a local manager in Bakersfield. Through that, we opened up whenever I would see him at work or when listening to his complaints about working at Subway. Furthermore, he is pursuing his education @bakersfieldcollege with hopes of becoming an amazing engineer. Throughout my journey, I have never met someone so vibrant and spontaneous. Joseph has this ability to make you smile and think about the little things going around you. With all honesty, I always struggled to open up with him because of how loud/exciting he gets but it has forced me to become comfortable with that. Joseph is the oldest sibling of three and always complaints about not getting the "good genes." In retrospect, I've always encountered a new friend that reminds me of one of my friends in my close circle. However, not with Joseph! Never have I been more excited to see this crazy kid and I am thankful to have build upon our friendship. Cheers to this crazy son-of-a-bitch and to the many adventures we will experience! See you at Yosemite brotha! Marathon #7
▶WHAT I LEARNED: Respect is a very important virtue when acknowledging a person's worth.
▶HOW WE MET: Chemistry class during my sophomore year @bakersfieldhighdchool #spontaneous#futureengineer#students#school#crazy#happiness#travel#meet#people#friends#world#running#marathon#sanfrancisco
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