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Emma asked, “Is college harder or easier than you expected? If you could warn/tell your past self about one thing (before going to college) what would it be?”
First, college is academically easier than I expected. Somehow in my mind I had made college out to be very, very difficult, academically speaking. And obviously there are harder classes, tough days and assignments you wish never existed, but overall college is easier than I expected it to be. In other aspects college is about the same as I thought it was going to be. Some professors are great, some aren’t. There are lots of great people, and some are not so great. Most of the college systems and staff are bureaucratic and the dorms and food are crap. Which is why I am so happy that I am living at home!
Second. This one’s pretty hard. Continue reading
Hey guys! I hope you all had a great weekend. Missed a couple weeks posting because I had tests, so now that they’re over I am back at it! Today I wanted to share with you guys how I keep my planner. If you can relate, please like this post and leave a comment below letting me know what you do! Also, if you are not already, please subscribe and follow me to get new posts every week (barring exam weeks 😉 ).
…LEARNED DURING MY FIRST SEMESTER IN COLLEGE-
1. You need R&R!
I never thought of rest and relaxation in the light I do today. After finishing out one semester, studying 18 credits (6 classes) and working a part time job, I finally relaxed. And then I realized that for the past 3 months I hadn’t ever fully relaxed, even over break. Letting go, relaxing, thinking of other things and just doing things completely different from school and work is essential to success in college. Continue reading
“Why has this theme (selling your soul to the devil) remained popular since 1587?”
Well, honestly, I don’t really know how popular the theme is. In the late 16th century, Christopher Marlowe wrote a play/book called Dr. Faustus. It is about a man who sells his soul to the devil to gain all physical desires. I didn’t enjoy the book, or the subject, but maybe that’s just me.
Supposing the subject is popular, I guess it would be because it focuses on the choices people make. Life is all about choices, and this subject brings the choice: will I sell my soul to the devil for the satisfaction of physical desires or not? It might keep you in suspense regarding whether or not the person realizes his mistake, how he deals with it, can he get out of his trouble? This, I guess, would be what makes the subject popular.
Personally, however, I don’t find the subject interesting or attractive. What do you think? Is it popular? If so, why is it? Leave a comment below!!!