Let’s Talk About Weeks, Baby

7 May

(I really thought I published this last week (April 30). Oh well)

Last night my friend Allison gave me a tea called “Detox.” I actually have yet to try it, but I have a feeling it will help the stress levels pulsating through my body.

Why am I so stressed as to require detox tea, you may ask? Well friends, because I have two weeks left at university.  It’s the last week of classes. (Cue echo: last week of classes – last week of classes).

Fellow seniors, I don’t know about you, but the fact that we have two weeks left is starting to freak me out a little bit. There’s a running checklist in my head of everything that needs to get done, and things I need to remember, and with all of the emotional turbulence that comes with it I just don’t know if I can keep it all straight.

I have to….

Move out as much as possible this weekend so getting kicked out of dorm at 10pm the night of graduation doesn’t kill me. (“Thanks for the three years of hard work! Now get out”).

Need to clean room. Let me rephrase: Desperately need to clean room.

Get rid of unnecessary clothes (………)

Drink my loose-leaf tea, otherwise it may go stale (apparently that’s a thing), which means I have to drink a tin of English Breakfast, a tin of Earl Grey, and a tin of “Winter Warmer” (now irrelevant).

Knock out all bucket list items (stay tuned).

Awards ceremonies. Must remember dates, times, locations, and dress requirements.

Actually write about tea next week.

Job applications.

Two articles for other sites.

Job applications.

Graduation dress?? Maybe??

Job applications.

Finals (Ha. Maybe?)

WHERE HAS ALL MY MONEY GONE?! (Note: No one told me that this term is the worst for finances. To all underclassmen ever: Save. Seriously. This semester is going to cost you an arm, a leg, and if you’re not careful — the first down-payment for your apartment so you’ll beg your parents to make that your graduation gift).

OK, giving myself a headache. Where’s my detox tea.


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