I can say with honesty that some of the best moments of my college years happened well past midnight, surrounded by friends. What I love even more about these late-night moments is that even when the clock is ticking and the hours are passing, everybody stays. So deep in conversation, so lost in stories and relatable moments, nobody notices the time, and nobody cares. Another cup of tea, another piece of pizza, another moment together.
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College, I’ve been told, is a time to discover yourself. As I get further into my college career, I fully believe this statement to be true. You’re young, free and excited. The possibilities are endless, and you can quite literally do anything you set your mind to. It’s a time to grow, explore and understand yourself. In other words, it's all about you.
College is a busy time, from attending classes and studying to making friends and staying active — the list just goes on. But once you move off campus into your own place, it’s a whole other level of adulting. On top of your already busy schedule, now you must plan every meal, and at some point, you’ve realized throwing instant noodles in the microwave isn’t going to cut it anymore.
We are all familiar with procrastination. Whether it is that paper you waited to write until the night before it was due, the test you didn’t study for until the morning of, or the presentation you waited a little too long to practice for and ended up just winging it instead. We’ve all been there — some more than others. But consider looking at all those times we procrastinated on a piece of work as a good thing.