Home Sweet Home

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Hello Lovelies!

I’m back home after a long grueling summer in university.  I have 2 weeks until I go back.   It is so good to be back home.  Anyways,  today has been super busy which is why I had not posted earlier but,  I’m here now so you can all put away the torches.  I spent my day with my extended family.  It was fun. My youngest cousin who is eight had endless energy.  I’m so tired right now.  I didn’t even realize how long we spent at their house until we left. This post is going to be super short because I am typing on a tablet and I don’t have one of those cool attachable keyboards (note to self: buy one).

Long story short,  here is the breakdown of my summer. physics was hard.  I’m going to retake it.  Biochemistry was interesting and I think I might get a B-. I’ve been thinking about possible career paths and I think industrial pharmacy may just be the best for me.  I learned that willpower is everything. Where there is a will,  there is a way. Part of the reason why I did so bad on physics was because I had no will to do it. 

The professor was good. He tried his best put up answer keys for problems in the back of the book personally and even held review sessions.  I think he actually cared more than any of my other professors about our education in the class. The problem was just me. I wasn’t motivated.  I had no willpower.  It’s sad that I realized that now but,  it’s a life lesson that I just have to learn from now.   Hopefully,  it saves me from having to go through this again in the future. I’m just going to have to pick myself up by my bootstraps and keep on trucking on.

Thanks for listening to my rant,

Shikaardeta

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Shika Tamaklo is a pharmacy student attending Mercer University. She is a college lifestyle blogger who writes on fitness, health, student life struggles and, occasionally dabbles in creative writing.

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