By: Nicole Kasperbauer
If you’re an average college student, you’ve experienced quite a few freak-out moments studying for tests, getting an assignment done on time or even not getting enough sleep. I can’t count how many times I’ve come back from the library at one o’clock in the morning, bawling my eyes out to my roommates, but it happens to the best of us.
Even though you are not in high school anymore, and you have to work a little bit harder, make the extra effort and get up and go to class. In the end, it will all be worth it.
It is not the time to FREAKOUT about all the hassles you have on a daily basis now, but it is time to starting figuring out where your future is heading.
If you are not thinking about where you want to go, then what are you working for? I think that is the main objective that stresses over half of college students. The thing is, you have to work with something you are comfortable with and enjoy, otherwise in the end you are working toward absolutely nothing that will help you achieve your realistic goals.
So, whereever and whatever you are passionate about–do something about it. Do not for one second think that stressing over something will help in any way. Take it from Courtney Johnson’s point of view. She sees what stress does to us all and it’s nothing I would wish upon anyone.
Take a deep breath, focus on what needs to get done and do it. See, stress doesn’t have to be involved.
(Oh, and remember to have a little bit of fun while you are at it ,too.)