This week, I had gotten all my homework done on the weekend, so all week I really had no work that was pressing me to get it done! That was nice because I was able to do a lot of social events and spend some time cleaning up my room and using up the last few days of my CorePower Yoga month membership!
I have to lift three times per week with the lacrosse team at 7:15 a.m. As a result, I am on campus before classes get going, and I am usually riding home right around the time that classes are finally starting.
Last week was Big/Little week in my sorority. This means that the new pledge class gets paired up with a girl from the older pledge class to be her big sister. This week is a lot of fun because you get to find out who your big sister and little sister will be. I was so excited to find out who my little was! The week of Big/Little reveal, we give our littles presents everyday to show them how much their appreciated and how happy we are that they are a member of our sorority.
So, maybe you’re under the impression that Boulder and CU are this wonderful, magical wonderland where nothing upsetting ever happens. While this is true, 99% of the time, sometimes a bad day sneaks up on you when you’re least expecting and enjoying all the magic that is CU.
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This week was not super eventful for me because I woke up Tuesday morning with the flu! Being sick and away from mom is always a difficult task, but I'm feeling a lot better now. I caught up on much needed sleep, so I'm energized for the weekend ahead!
Happy Winter Olympics! Go USA!
Also, happy midterms! Happy? Hmmm. Maybe not the happiest of times, but I have crafted some tips on how to survive these not-so-fun times of the year. I have 5 exams within the next 10 days. You might be thinking, “Wow, it’s early for midterms! This...
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