First day all moved into my dorm room: I woke up early this morning to make coffee in the community kitchen some distance away, when I forgot the building key, locking myself out. I sat pensively for 10 minutes alongside my painfully empty French press until a guy with fluffy hair let me back in. I made my coffee; 'twas a happy ending.
It's looking to be a good year, albeit I am worried that everyone on my floor are nocturnal and will keep me up until the wee hours of the morning, like they did last night.......
Nice to know someone understands , and yea I have heard college is different and better then high school. Im really not sure as to what i want to do exactly right now i really think i want to help people so i've been thinking about going into psychology or social sciences. I worry alot about my future though and i really dont want to end up with a career i dont really like. I understand that i don't know what type of job i like until i try it though. I dont want to waste my time switching but i guess i have to focus and be positive.
That's why internships and volunteer work are so essential; they provide you with a taste of potential career choices. Going into higher level education is just the beginning, not the end; you have A LOT of time to prepare and really get familiar with the kind of stuff you like. It's a time for testing and playing with things, not making crucial decisions. Take a psychology class, take a social sciences class -- take a biology class (woot!), and from there, just take a step forward. Like I said, there's no rush or sudden plunge into anything.