Hello, hello, hello!
So last week I basically studied for exams and procrastinated, so nothing was really new! Today, I had my human sexuality exam, which is a course that goes towards my minor in Family and Child Studies. Not going to lie, the exam was hard. It was 2 hours long, and there were 120 multiple choice questions. Yes, that sadly means it is one question per minute! Some questions I knew right away, while others I was like “what the hell is this?” I’m hoping I made some good guesses and did okay! After that, I came home and ate, then passed out for 2 hours which was glorious lol.
On the up side, I got a job interview for next week, and I am really excited but also nervous! I really hope I get the job because it starts at the perfect time, and it would be at my cottage so I can still go to the beach and get tanned when I’m not working! Please keep your fingers crossed for me! :)
Also, I heard about this app called “The Hunt” from watching Tyler Oakley’s new video. You can upload a picture of something like a shirt you see someone wearing or a necklace that you like, and people will help you find where to buy it online! HOW COOL IS THAT?! So I’m thinking of giving it a try; however, my credit card doesn’t think that would be a good idea ;)
Today, I wrote some more of my English paper that is due Thursday, and I am about to start studying for my Couple and Family exam which is also Thursday (fingers crossed again please!). I hope everything continues to go well, and I can’t believe that I am less then a week away from finishing my 2nd year of university. It is absolutely crazy how fast the past 2 years have gone by! The other day I was looking at pictures from 1st year and I am now jealous of my sister who will be coming to school here next year. First year was so amazing, and I had such a great time. For anyone moving away from their families, and/or going to school away from home, I promise it will be the best year of your life. I know it’s scary, I cried, I used to tell my parents I was going to live with them until I was 40 because I never wanted to leave them lol. Living on my own was hard at first, but you start to enjoy the independence, and remember that your family will still be there. The biggest thing for me was the thought that my families lives were going to continue without me, and I wouldn’t know what was going on with them anymore. I got over that feeling, and it helped being able to call them whenever I wanted, and I also went home on weekends quite often. However, I met some of my best friends in residence, 3 of which I live with now, and I am so blessed to have them all in my life. I promise you it will be great!!
So, have a good day, and remember exams and grades do not make up who you are!