It all happens in the blink of an eye. You make one of the biggest decisions of your life at 17 or 18 years old: where are you going to spend the next four years of your life?
The decision isn’t easy, there are many factors involved, but that’s a whole other post. If you’re reading this, you’ve already made the big decision….CONGRATS (insert 30 second dance party).
Now. While you’re probably acting all cocky and macho because you’re one badass who is totally ready for all the college-y things in your future…you’re probably actually scared as hell.
And to an extent…you should be. You’re moving out of your parents home. You’re going to be in charge of your own education, wellness and all of that jazz. It’s new, it’s big, it’s scary, but the first thing I want to tell you is: you’re ready.
The scariest part of college is that everything seems unknown. Maybe you’re worried about making friends or how hard classes will be or how to live with a roommate. There are probably a million scenarios running through your head. And when you’re worried or anxious, what helps more than a stranger on the Internet telling you what do?
But on the real, I am really looking forward to my first multi-part segment on advice for college freshmen (ahhhhhhhh wooooooooooo).
I have several posts planned for the next couple of weeks that will dish out pieces of advice I have accumulated in my two years of college. Hopefully some part of this information can reach someone and give him or her some reassurance or help or advice in any way.
Check back in the next couple of days for the first post: Do’s and Don’ts of Freshman year.
Can’t wait for all the nostalgia and excitement, because TBH I wish I could be a freshman forever….
(YOU CAN’T MAKE ME GRADUATE…YOU CAN’T).
K. I’m tired and I need to stop typing now. bye.