What was I thinking?

I’d like to say that I’m what some call a ‘go getter’. I thrive to be busy and always have something to do. I’m really involved on campus in clubs, SA, orientation and varsity athletics. However, I decided, for some unknown reason, to take 21 credits, on top of my job at Maurices, a women’s clothing store.
I really want to graduate on time. But the more I think about it and the farther into the semester it gets, the more I’m rethinking my decision and the less it matters at so what time I graduate. The economy isn’t going to magically resolve itself by 2011.
There’s not much more I can do about this. I’m kind of stuck. But, I just keep telling myself that I can do this and there is always help when I need it. Whether it be help writing a paper, getting a tutor, or just moral support from friends or faculty, it’s always there. After every week, I just remind myself it’s one week down:)
But come final time, I’m really going to need moral support from friends and faculty and buckle down on studying! Take this as a lesson learned from me, even if you think you can do everything in the world, there’s just not enough of you to go around!
Take on a few things and put your everything into them. (great advice I learned through an LOC line during orientation). You’ll be much more satisfied that just dipping your toes into everything and not really being completely involved.
So now, it’s time for me to get studying for my COM 100 exam tomorrow, finish a module in my online economics class, right a review of a research paper, read three chapters for English and study Italian vocabulary… it’s going to be an all night! Phew… I can do this!

About the Author

I'm a junior Public Relations major with a minor in psychology. I work with the new student orientation programs over the summer and the fall semester as a Laker Leader. I'm a member of the indoor and out door varsity track team. I throw shot put, discus, hammer, weight and javelin. I'm from a very, very little town called Atlanta, New York. It is about 30 minutes south of SUNY Geneseo. I really like art and music. I have quite a creative side and I really enjoy new things!
Email: wetherby@oswego.edu
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