Oh my gosh.
What is college?
What is life?
So, first a little update.
As you know, I'm in my second year. This semester consists on 17 credits (max is 18), 5 classes, and 4 labs. My wonderful school schedule is:
Data Communications & Networking (and 2+ hour lab)
Database Fundamentals (and 2 hour lab)
Object-Oriented Programing (and 2 hour lab)
Physics 218 (and 2 hour lab)
I also have to work a minimum of 12 hours a week.
So, needless to say, I am definitely stretched pretty thin.
Honestly, all I do is go to class, go to work, go back to my dorm and do homework, and then sleep.
Literally, I was talking to a girl in my hallway yesterday and she say "You look terribly tried and exhausted" and to be honest, I really am. Especially these past few weeks if midterms (ugh).
If you don't believe me that that is what my schedule is like, you can ask my boyfriend, he is always talking about how he never sees me outside of class. Okay, well that's a lie, I sometimes make me come over and help me with subnetting or troubleshoot my programs. Needless to say, he isn't quite happy about this.
But did I mention that I also have 2 other jobs. No where near as demanding, but still has some what of a time commitment.
I honestly just sometimes need a break, and by a break I mean like a literally one night off would be great.
I know I probably sound like a broken record or you are like "Anna, why are you being so dramatic?" but this is serious. Like yesterday I had class from 7:30-2:30, work from 3-7, and then I went into lab to try to figure out a problem we are having (that is also annoying that no students, TA, or my professor can figure out). YAY college.
Regardless to all this complaining, I am beyond grateful for every single opportunity I have been given and would not trade it for the world.
Now on to something you care about more....
I didn't have time to go into photoshop and create an outfit layout for you (I'll try to do that later). In the meantime I'll show you similar things I have been wearing courtesy of my favorite bloggers.