So we are back from spring break and the load of work is so much more than what you would expect. High school most definitely did not prepare me for the amount of work I have to do. But I am not blaming my old school system for what they did not prepare me for. I must say being a HPEX pre-med major most definitely can wear me out with the amount of work they give in these math and science classes. The amount of studying I do does not compare to the amount of work I do. Now it seems that I am always busy and once I start this job it won’t get any better. But that is okay because with good time management and self care I can make it through this semester. Honestly I cannot see how some people have two full time jobs along with keeping up with school work I only volunteer and am apart of two orgs and my plate is basically full with those along with my school work. But I most definitely commend whoever has to do it in college because it is definitely a lot of work to do. If anybody is reading this and has some advice in how I can find some good ways not to stress myself or go into overload please let me know. Not to say that I am stressed out but I can definitely feel the pressure coming to finish out this semester stronger than I did last semester and that is something I most definitely will achieve. The only thing that I wish I was more consistent on right now is reading the bible and going to church more often. I do have a church home back in my hometown but up here in Richmond I don’t. If anybody knows a great church in the area please comment down below. But other than that I cannot complain because this is college and this is what I signed up for and like I always say to my friends time waits for no one. That means that this time we have in college is not going to be a long time but really a short one. Freshman year is almost over and I must say this transition was not the easiest there was a lot to learn and a lot to experience within such a long time. For me I’m going by my favorite motto that my mom would always say “you better get right, or get left”. That is one thing that sticks with me while I am here in school to keep pushing myself through this semester. I got three more years to make myself the best I can be and to build myself so when I apply to medical school there is no question of if I belong there.