” Some People Should Stay Around You Your whole life, While Others Should Just Make An Appearance.”
That got me wondering, how do I know who to keep and who not to?
Is it even up to me?
It kinda freaks me out that this is the last year of my studying life. From December on it's going to be work work work for me. 9 to 5 weekdays and weekends spent recuperating.
Chances are I'll end up only having friends who work with me and not knowing anyone else.
When I was younger and just about to start university, all these random relatives/ friends of my parents would congratulate me before bestowing me with "precious" advice. 99% of the time they told me to enjoy my uni life, since it only goes downhill from there.
1% told me to find a rich boyfriend.
With just around 9 months to go, I'm starting to wonder if I've really made the most of my uni life. Should I have skipped more classes and did more fun activities?
(Answer to skipping more classes is probably no, since that would have meant me being stuck in uni for wayyyy longer, which is not a good thing when you have 2 younger brothers who want to go to uni too)
As mentioned in a previous post, I've definitely been doing less "fun stuff" the past year. Though I don't really see it as a bad thing, as the time was spent working, which would be playing a significant role come April.
However, it does provide a prediction of sorts into my social life post-university.
I hope I like the people I work with then.