Looking back 10 weeks at Union, I think the most stressful aspect of being in college for me is time management. For the first fews week, I experienced a lot of stress as I constantly felt like I don't have enough time to do homework. I literally spent most of my time in the library. As the result, I did not spend much time hanging out with friends and enjoying various activities Union offer. The third week approached and I realized that was the dumbest thing I had ever done. I stopped focusing solely on my academic aspect and started to pay attention to other aspects, too.
I love living! In this life, I want to live it to the max! No limit to what can be learned, no limit to what can be experienced. With this approach to life, I am repulsed by boredom, and complacency is ignorance to how much there is for a human to experience. Even with this mindset, Netflix binges and sleeping in is acceptable. You can't be too crazy about doing everything or you will burn out. But seize the day!
1st, My interests: I like Game of Thrones (both the movies and the books), House of Cards, (I also watch 90210 because of the clothes), How I met your mothers (I should have seen Friends), Eminem, Adele, Sam Smith, John Legend, Gone With The Wind, The Thorn Birds, etc.
2nd, The two things I cannot stand is stupidity and over-sentimentality
3rd, I'm extremely indecisive cause I always want the best things
4th, I don't like Versace or Chanel that much but I adore Valentino and Very Wang
5th, It's easy for me to grow bored, that's why I love making friends with people but it
I think that what makes extra-curricular activities meaningful is not necessarily what the activity is, but more who you're doing the activity with. I can say with 100% certainty that I originally joined a Minerva council in Freshman year because it was something my friends and I wanted to be involved in. I've participated in the council tirelessly over my time here, but as I grew further apart from my Freshman year friends, the council quickly became more of a chore than an activity I wanted to participate in.