I seem to have fallen into the trap of activity-overload which happens at the beginning of every semester. I usually get tired of the lethargy of the summer, that when we get back to school, i can’t wait to just plunge into things. That may also have something to do with an inability to say “no” to things.
How I went from no work to five classes, 2 jobs, an internship and 4 organizations, I have no idea. Right now, I’m just concentrating on fitting everything on a schedule first, then we’ll worry about slowly starting to delete things from it. Then again, maybe such is life that we’ll always have a myriad of duties calling our name while operating on a limited amount of time.
So, this is great training, right? Maybe, I’m just a stereotypical Cornell student.