College is Stressful

I’m super stressed out.

College is hard I cannot stress that enough (lol). With all the classes and tests and group projects, its hard and stressful.

I am have two majors and both require writing either essays or articles. So all I do all day, everyday is write. But that’s what I get for being a News and Politics major.

It is almost two weeks till finals and I am freaking out. I have so much to do and so little time. At this point in the semester I am really lacking the motivation to get stuff done. It is a lot hard to get myself to the library. I’m sure every college student knows this.

All I want to do is lay in my bed and sleep. Or watch Netflix.

But I can’t. I have shit to do.

I keep telling myself all I need to do is get through the rest of the semester and then it will be summer. But the weather is nice out and I don’t want to be cooped up in a classroom all day.

I try to relax everyday and decompress and try to get ready for the next day. At work I write the newsletter and when finals come around one of the short pieces was about avoiding stress during finals.

Usually these pieces are about organizing your assignments or talking to your professors. Or going to the gym or doing yoga.

But who really does all that. NOT ME!

Instead, I lay in bed in my bed and watch Netflix or a binge shop online at H&M. Or I deep clean my apartment instead of studying. I just don’t like doing homework and would rather be doing something else like hanging out with friends or eating.

I should be going to the gym and working out to destress. It would also help to stay healthy. I should also be doing yoga, which is also healthy and good for stress I hear.

I know that I probably sound like a terrible college student, but I am not. I go to class and I pay attention and I turn my work in on time. I just don’t like homework.

I promise that I am a good student. And even a good employee. I am at work on time at least but mostly early. I always go above and beyond. Just call Drake West Village, they will tell ya.

I’m a good kid, I promise.