Drowning in a Sea of Finals

I could exaggerate and say I am drowning in finals, but this wouldn’t be true.  It is true to say the entire school is on lockdown, studying one thing or another, meeting with group members, and complaining about this and that.  Ok, from my observations in the library yesterday, I swear 90% of students were “studying” meaning they were on Facebook, Twitter, and SnapChat.  Well, looks like social media has been mighty successful with the Millennial Generation.

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I do indeed have a few group projects to deal with and a multiple choice test on Friday, but it’s what I signed up for as a college student, so it’s really not worth complaining.  It’s part of life, right?  But, it doesn’t seem to be doing any good to my sleeping or eating goals.  Oh well, four more days.

sugarElves? How about the stressed out students I find cramming and spending all night in the library?  I’m sure sugar is just what they are looking for to make it through 😉

Well, not much time to share my daily doings, culinary experiments (lacking this week), or creative projects, so enjoy some funny pictures and holiday ideas, both of which are getting my through this stressful time.

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I am don’t like to procrastinate, but thought this was funny 🙂

xmas“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.”
– e. e. cummings

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9 thoughts on “Drowning in a Sea of Finals

  1. I love procrastinating and I LOVE Elf! So obviously that food group chart thing is right up my alley 🙂 I have been so unproductive this week; I’m definitely one of those students that ends up on facebook… sorry I’m not sorry (but I probably will be haha)

    • Isn’t it funny? I don’t know how some people are able to say “no thank you I don’t enjoy chocolate”. Are you human? Some have better will power than others 😉 A little splurge here and there

  2. It always cracked me up at the library seeing people “studying” and literally wasting hours on Facebook. I think that if people just actually studied they would only need like 2 hours there as opposed to 10!!

    • Really though. I can be guilty as charged, but I don’t spend nearly as long on those sites as some do. It’s like they complain about pulling all-nighters yet they are on Facebook 75% of the time complaining about how tired they are.

  3. I feel ya with the Facebook thing. My roomie and I decided to switch each others passwords and deactivate our accounts for 3 weeks. Honestly, I’m not much of a procrastinator, but it is so nice not to see everyone’s status about finals or people that finish finals before I do. Good Luck Kaitlin!!

    • Oh that’s smart! I mostly have a habit of checking them but not staying on very long. What gives me the most trouble is Pinterest. I start thinking of new ideas for crafts and baking and can’t focus on my studying until I’ve looked it up. 🙂

      Thanks Theresa! Good luck on O-Chem!!

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