Hello Beautiful People!
Happy Thursday! Today is my first day back at work and I couldn’t be more excited. This evening I’ll be sharing with you my fall semester reflection of sophomore year. Last year I reflected on my first semester of college and I talked about 10 things I learned about my freshman year of college. Back in August I posted my goals of the semester. You can read all about them here. Let’s see if I accomplished them:
So good news and bad news. I got all the grades I wanted (ALL A’s!!!) but I dropped my economics class. I’m going to try the class again next semester with a different professor. I’m very proud of myself for actually getting in the 3.0 club. My progress made me so much more determined to work even harder next semester! Pictured above is me being super studious.
I think I did a fairly good job keeping the procrastination to the minimum. Yes, I did have my fair-share of Netflix binges but everyone needs a mental break every once in awhile. One day I took a walk around campus and changed the rocks for the first time (if you go to St. Mary’s, you will understand this). Looks like I left my mark on campus. 🙂
This semester was super busy! I guess I technically did get to travel around when I was field hockey manager (#GoHawks). On the last day of the semester Megan, Nicole, and I went down to The Point and watched the sunset. It was so beyond gorgeous. I want to do more things like that next semester. Also, I guess you could say cutting off ten inches of my hair is considered adventurous?
Guys… I gave myself a budget of only spending $100 a month. AND I STUCK TO IT! It was honestly one of the hardest thing’s I’ve ever done because I am a shopaholic. I have noticed that I have become more conscious of my spending patterns, which is good. I plan on doing this again next semester! (And I encourage all of you to give it a try too!)
Did you achieve your goals of the semester? Let me know in the comments about how your semester went!