For The [Forgetful]: When the Planner isn’t Enough

This post is for all of the students that begin the semester using a perfectly organized planner, then suddenly… stop. I want you to know that I see you and you’re not alone. When I first started college, my favorite thing about the new school was picking out a new planner. I’m talking about the pricey planners too (Day Designer, Ban.do, etc.). Sophomore year, I was given the Class Tracker which I used a lot more (probably because it was super practical). The…

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When You’re SLACKING Slacking

  Earlier last week, I caught myself slipping. I had a to-do list that was probably as long as my arm, but I still felt the urge to binge Law and Order: SVU. Part of this has to do with an overwhelming amount of responsibilities and the rest of it is more than likely pure laziness. Thankfully, I have a conscience that made me feel guilty for the amount of time I was wasting watching TV and scrolling through social media…

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Back to College: Last Minute Semester Prep

So we have about 3 more weeks before school starts. I’m ready, but I’m not, you know? I’ve been doing a mix of being lazy while it’s still acceptable and doing small things get myself motivated to hit the books. These small things make me feel like I’m getting my life together, slowly but surely. If you worked over the Summer, getting motivated for the semester may be hard, but you got to do what you got to do, right?…

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Deciding on a Gap Year

The Back Story I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, like since January. I’ve been grappling with the idea of taking a gap year since December/January, and officially decided that I would decide to do it in March. Sometimes I think being somebody who likes to think ahead is a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing in that I always feel like I’m working towards something that motivation is always there (even if it’s a small amount),…

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I’m Premed, but not a STEM Major though

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while now, but I wanted to get more into my major courses before I did. After running across a Twitter thread that basically said that doctors who graduated with a non-STEM degree were dumb, I figured that now’s a good time as any. I’m gonna get more into why I decided to go the non-STEM route and I hope that this post could help someone who is currently having the same experience…

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