Relaxation is amazing!

So it’s the day after Thanksgiving and, once again, it’s been a while since I’ve posted on here.  Yesterday was great; I had a lot of fun with some friends and their family.  I spent a few days with my friend Sam, her boyfriend Jon, and Sam’s family near Poughkeepsie in the Taconic Mountains.  It was a very relaxing and revitalizing week.  I was in Syracuse for a few days before that and am in Syracuse again for this weekend.  It’s nice to get away sometimes and just push all work and school out of the way.  It got me energized for what’s to come.  If you can believe it, there are only 2 weeks of classes left!  This semester went so fast and I can’t believe it’s almost over.  This past semester was a test of my ability to balance three jobs, four classes, and to still have some type of social life.  I think I succeeded!  I’m ready for what is to come.  I have been thinking a lot about graduate school again and planning my classes for the next three semesters.  It’s going to be very interesting to see what falls into my lap.

I’ve started to relax about a lot of stuff.  I’m usually very tense and worrisome, but now I’m taking it one day at a time and it’s a much better choice.  Life is short, and I am going to enjoy every moment of it!  I suggest you all do the same.  I know my posts are usually very serious and deep, but this is also an outlet for me to let out some things while giving you some insight on the life of a student at SUNY Oswego.  I hope that you all read this and can relate in some way.  I’m just a regular student, nothing special here.  I’ll leave you with this…”live your life, today, like there’s no tomorrow, but dream as if you’ll live forever.”  I think that’s a combination of two quotations I know from authors I’m not sure of what they are named.

Happy Holidays!

About the Author

Steven DiMarzo is starting his graduate studies in mental health counseling at SUNY Oswego. He completed his bachelor's in human development in May, and served as president of Student Association during his senior year.
Email: dimarzo@oswego.edu
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