Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Wacky Wednesday!

Boy did I speak too soon yesterday! Stress level was down until my prof told us at 12 that our projects were due at 12:30 yesterday, not today. I don't think I've ever felt more pressure in my life. But it is done with and I am just one test closer to graduation! Last final tomorrow and I am ready for it. Tune it tomorrow to see how it goes! bye for now friends!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

It's Tuesday

First day of finals and I'm off to a very positive start. I got much more accomplished yesterday than I had planned so my stress level is down a lot. I just got done with my first final and it went as well as expected. I'm not expecting 100% but I'm satisfied with how it went. Now the big stressor! Will I get my final project done in time?! It's due tomorrow so tune in to see how it goes!! Goodbye for now friends and good luck on finals to all!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Happy Monday?

Last day of classes in the fall semester at West Chester University. So what does this really mean? This means that finals start tomorrow! And at a time when I should be extremely excited, I am extremely stressed. Writing out hour by hour plans for the rest of the week, making sure that I have time to fit everything in. Finishing projects, studying for tests, and why oh why did I agree to work this week?? I've definitely bit off more than I can chew for my last week here. But it wouldn't be finals week if I didn't feel like I was going to die of exhaustion right?? Welp, that's enough time out of my Monday. More tomorrow on my stresses and trying to make it through the week. Bye friends!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

the final countdown!

One week left friends! One week until graduation day and I am out of West Chester for good. So you may be wondering, what's next?? Well after reading advice from friends' responses and talking to people outside of class I have come to a conclusion... I still have no idea what I want to do in life. But! it's okay! My job offered me a full time position and I also still have my other part-time job. So right now, I'm very content. I love the school that I work at and would have been heartbroken to have to leave them, so going full time allows me to stay through camp in August. So the way I see it I still have about seven more months to figure out the rest of my life. School was definitely an option but I've spent the last 17 years of my life in school and I deserve a break. Signing off for tonight! But follow me as I count down the stresses of these next seven days!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

A Deeper Look...

Hello friends! So my welcome note was short and sweet but this week I thought I'd let you in a little deeper to understand me a little more. As I said before I am a student at West Chester and I graduate this December. College has been a fun time but I am more than ready to get out. Now comes this big question at this point in my life. What do I do after college?? Like many 18 year olds I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life so I entered college as "Undeclared".  I had an idea of a major I would be interested in but with all of the random classes my advisors told me to take I had ended up on a path of many more years of school to get a degree I wasn't 100% sold on. So now here I am, four and a half years later, about to graduate with a Professional Studies degree and I'm at a crossroads. I think I have finally figured out what I would like to do with my life. I would like to do a specific kind of psychology, but at this point I don't know if I can handle any more schooling right now. So... suggestions?? I want to know what you would do! Bite the bullet and just continue with school? Or go find a grown up job and consider more school in a few years. Or maybe you have another amazing idea that I haven't even thought of. I'm open to ideas so please feel free to share. Signing off for now my friends!

Monday, September 12, 2011


Hello! My name is Elizabeth, although some call me Beth the ones closest to me stick with Elizabeth. I am a student at West Chester and I graduate in the fall. This is my first blog so hold on to your hats folks! It may be a bumpy ride!