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  • Early Bird

    Gets the worm! See what I did there?

    Every morning it's "rise and shine!" for me, but I don't mind. Rather, I embrace the earling mornings (although it's not quite morning-esque but rather dark as night). Ah, Winter. My earliest class begins at 9:20am on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and my classes for the rest of the week begins at 12:20 in the afternoon. However, I'm a working girl, and work starts bright and early for most days, which is nice. I have to wake up, in which case once I do, I have the rest of the day ahead of me to work, play, eat, work out, and play again. I remember when I was younger--during the good ol glory days--I would wake up as early as possible so that I could play for as long as possible. My curfew was 6pm back then, and my bedtime 8pm. Waking up at 6am for a total of 12 hours of fun was a must.

    And now I'm in college. It's different for many college students--some sleep early and wake early, others (and by others, I mean most) sleep late and wake late. Once you progress in your years of college, you also have the flexibility (depending on your major) to design your class schedule around your sleeping schedule. It's quite luxirous, especially for the Creative-Writing/Digital Design double major. However, if you're in science, biologists and chemists and whatever-ists like to start really bright and early. Just saying.

    So, off to my day. Ahead of me: work, English, Art History, work, Fashion Club meeting, home, homework, sleep. Where's "eat," you say? Consider it before, during, and after every appointment.


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