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Taking Stock: September Week one

Not gonna lie, I'm feeling exhausted after a full week of work and school. I was really good about waking up and getting my work done, but I'm not use to this pace yet. During summer I'd wake up, workout, and go to work almost every day. Now I'm doing twice as much. Anyway enough complaining.

Wanting: My stamps I ordered last week for my planner to come in...for real though
Reading: My Spanish Flashcards
Wearing: My White chucks that really need a washing

Bookmarking: IFL Science! 
Feeling: Ready to take on a new week
Planning: Roadtripping it to Oklahoma tomorrow to gamble
Loving: My phone, I'd be so lost without it
Watching: Season finale of the LEFTOVERS! (Also pumped for American Horror Story) 


Here are last week's goals (which I realize I never posted)

1. Make all my spanish flashcards for chapter 1
2. Bring a water bottle to class every day
3. Post 4 times
4. Buy my english textbook
5. Workout two times
6. Have a proper date night
7. SERIOUSLY finish "Is everyone hanging out without me"
8.Write two news stories
9. Get my eyebrows done
10. Fix my work availability

This week's goals
  1. Get an A on my Spanish quiz on friday
  2. Call/facetime my high school friends
  3. Wash my Chucks
  4. Post four times
  5. Track my water
  6. Send my friend a birthday present by Wednesday
  7. Drink NO soda
  8. Write two news stories
  9. Finish all my Spanish, English, and math homework
  10. Workout two times

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Complaining about The Punishment Lot

If you've ever seen Weeds from 2005, there's an episode called "The punishment light". In the show the main character is a drug dealer  to a really nice gated community. Anyway, here's her explination of the punishment light (warning there's a F bomb)



Anyway, there's this parking lot at the very bottom of this picture to the right. That little cluster of three lots on the south side of Doug Russell Road, that's the Punishment lot. At the tippy top of the map is the University Center, where the news room is...

And if you show up fifteen minutes before your 10 am class, you will have to park in the punishment lot (or Hell lot, I've used both terms)

I'm pretty sure my scalp is sunburnt from having to walk from the punishment lot two or three times a week.

I can't even write the length of the trek from the punishment lot to the UC.

And the one day you have to park out there, is the day you're toeing two camera bags and a backpack full of books and your lunch because you're too poor to buy anything in the UC.

My habit for this coming week is to stop complaining, so I had to get this out before Sunday.

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How to study flashcards like a boss



Flashcards are such a powerful study tool and I think they're essential for college. So many classes rely on rote memorization, and flashcards paired with serious study time are are essential to making the grade. I especially use them in classes with a lot of vocab.

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4 apps to check every day in College



I'm starting to realize the importance of staying connected. Wether it's an email from your professor, a phone call from work, or a trending topic on Twitter that your editor needs a brief on by noon, staying connected is the only way to stay on top of everything that goes on.

1. Blackboard - or whatever app your school uses to post grades, syllabi, and other class stuff. Check your grades, check due dates.

2.  NYTnow - We don't have all day, but no matter how busy we get, there's no excuse to not be informed about our world. With the NYTnow app, you get a bite-sized news feed you can finish on the way to your first class. Especially if you're writing news, you need to know what's going on. Yes it costs money, but $2 a week and a few minutes a day to be completely in the know is worth it if you ask me.

3. Your email... all of them - Take five minutes and connect your school email to your phone. I can't even tell you how helpful it is, especially with work. If I'm trying to get in contact with a source email is often the FIRST place I go to set up interviews. Also, if a professor decides to make a change to the syllabus at 10 the night before, you'll be totally in the know come class time.

4. Planner Plus - This app is freaking awesome. If you wanted you could make this your only planner. I only use it for scheduling because I prefer a paper planner, and I always feel a little rude pulling out my phone or ipad when adding in assignments during class. I put in all of my classes, and weekly meetings, then I'm able to schedule interviews, homework times and appointments. By looking at your weekly schedule as a whole, you really get a sense of how much time you have in your day and what you should/could be working on. You could use the calendar on your phone, but I like planner plus because there's more options for repeating dates.

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Holy crap

college, stress


It's wednesday and I haven't done anything but school and work. I had to bail on something just to get a date night in with Adrian. I've been working for the paper a lot, and trying to study a lot. I decided to drop one of my classes already because 15 hours was just a little too much with my two jobs.

I really enjoy college, and working at the paper. It's hard to balance my life at school and my life with my family. Not to mention keeping up with my blog. To even write this, I had to schedule myself to wakeup three hours before my first class to squeeze in some time.

I don't have any early morning classes, so I feel like I'm going to start using the mornings as my study/blogging time. I really am a morning person when I get my sleep. I may even start to workout in the mornings like I had originally hoped.

I really really like working for the Shorthorn. I secretly love being busy, and I love getting the opportunity to learn more about what I love to do. Working on the Shorthorn is really pushing me to switch my major to journalism all together, but it's early in the semester.

I'm eager for everything to mellow out a little more. I don't like that I have to keep checking my schedule because I don't know what class I have next, or I have to do a double take at the directory.

A lot of kids from my high school are at UTA, so it's kinda nice knowing at least someone. But I'm starting to realize that just because we went to school together for four years doesn't mean we have to be friends. It's like this weird sense of freedom when I think about meeting new people. Everything is voluntary, If I wanted to sit in my classrooms all day and go straight home after class, I totally could. I'm realizing that college is what you make it. And by working at the Shorthorn, and striking up conversations in my speech class, I'm taking charge of my own social life...ok that might be a little dramatic, but you get the point.

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Taking Stock August week 4

Wanting: My stamps I ordered last week for my planner to come in

Reading: My Spanish textbook very slowly

Wearing: This super cute sweatshirt from Pink
Bookmarking: This Board of College Organization tips
Feeling: Scared about having 15 hours of classes and two jobs... 
Planning: On dropping my poli sci class
Loving: My EC planner, because I'd be lost without it this week
Watching: Last two episodes of the Leftovers!



  1. Write 2 stories for the paper
  2. Bring my lunch to work everyday
  3. Put my Syllabi dates and assignments in my planner
  4. Post 5 times to the college girl daily
  5. Track H2O all week
  6. Write up a budget for our apartment
  7. Drink no soda all week
  8. Finish reading "Is everyone hanging out without me" 
  9. Get my oil changed
  10. Make a study schedule for the school year based off Syllabi
  11. Paint my nails
Here's this week's goals

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The first days of college


I can't believe it's only been two days so far. I was working at the paper all week before school started, and between that, my job at LOFT, and taking 15 hours of classes I'm already beat from the first two days of school. I hit the weekend with a page long to do list and was starting to feel kinda nervous about this whole college thing.

Wednesday night, before the first day of school, I was working on the paper til four in the morning for production night. Before that I was at work, and before that I was working at the paper, all in one day. Yes it's crazy, but I realize not everyday will be like that. Like with a new job, it will take some time to get use to the pace of things in college. During my senior year I was taking seven electives out of eight classes, now I'm rushing from Poli Sci to Math, to my paper job, to English, to work.

I haven't exactly figured out how I want to organize my classes or my notes. I've just kinda been putting everything into my planner in Mav's orange and I'm going to hope for the best. Another hard thing I've noticed in just two days is I don't have a lot of time to eat healthy. I totally see how the freshman 15 can creep up on you. Most days I'm out of the house for both lunch and dinner, so I pack a lunch of whatever's at the house, then end up buying my dinner at work.

There's so much going on and I'm secretly in love with it all.

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The only thing better than this song is this music video. Hon
“You have the wrong body for ballet, and at thirteen you are too old to be considered.”

This girl's website is so inspirational I love her tips for a healthy school year.

Nails for Fall

OMG yes please

So good to know for when I start buying my own food


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Taking Stock: August Week 4

I can't believe I'm finally starting college. It feels like 12 years in the making. Anywhere here's a little about my week.

Wanting: These Planner stamps from Studio Le 2 I ordered these today but there on pre-order :(
Reading: Is everyone hanging out without me? (and other concerns) by Mindy Kaling (Still)
Wearing: This striped infinity scarf from work
Bookmarking: Mostly Morgan
Feeling: Anxious to start Reporter job, and school

Planning: My meals for the wee. I'm going to be out of the house 
Loving: My Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pencil in Ash Brown 
Watching: My Boyfriend play the Silent Hill demo and basically hiding under the covers the whole time.



Last week got really crazy because of last minute orientation at the Shorthorn for my new (second) job! Regardless I managed to get a few things done on my list.
  1. Book trip for Oklohoma - Adrian and I decided to make a day trip out of it so no need for a hotel room
  2. Buy a voice Recorder for school - I decided not to get a recorder, just a little too expensive.
  3. Clean my Room
  4. Figure out and write down goals for fall semester - I'll be doing a post later this week about them and my plans on reaching them.
  5. Track my H2O all week
  6. Finish Reading "Is Everyone hanging out without me" by Mindy Kaling
  7. Journal 3 times this week
  8. Post 4 times to the College girl daily
  9. Workout 3 times this week
  10. Go to Yoga 4 times this week - Made it twice, but again my schedule was changed.
On to this week which just so happens to be the first week of school!
  1. Write 2 stories for the paper
  2. Bring my lunch to work everyday
  3. Put my Syllabi dates and assignments in my planner
  4. Post 5 times to the college girl daily
  5. Track H2O all week
  6. Write up a budget for our apartment
  7. Drink no soda all week
  8. Finish reading "Is everyone hanging out without me" 
  9. Get my oil changed
  10. Make a study schedule for the school year based off Syllabi
  11. Paint my nails
I know I added an 11th but I couldn't ignore myself this week. I figure I'll need a little pampering with the stress of the first week of school.

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Moving in Together

Will this by my boyfriend and I when we move in together later this fall?

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Yoga/Study Playlist


I'm tired of going to yoga and listening to nothing but Oooohs and Ummmmms over some rhythmic drums, it makes me feel like I'm in a freaking séance.  Here's a playlist of some much less creepy music for yoga  or studying that won't be distracting during practice. Open up a new tabs and try listening while you scroll buzzfeed, but here's what's on the list

1. "Our Swords" by Band of Horses
2."Intro" by The Xx
3."Wait" by M83
4."Video Games" by Lana Del Rey
5."Babys" by Bon Iver
6."Fake Empire" by The National
7. "Kettering" by The Antlers
8. "Colorblind" by Counting Crows

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Haim



I'm telling you I love Haim, but this new Remix from A$AP Ferg is pretty freaking awesome too! I like some rap music, and this is right on the dot!

Check out this article about the remix that released earlier today.

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Fancy Ponytail: A call to childhood

Go ahead and grab some headphones and hit play before reading the rest of this post...I'll wait. We good?

I'm jealous of people with little girls. I have a nephew, who's fun and all, but my sister would scream if I tried putting him in a cute little hair bow (sexist, but true). Little girls get all the fun, cool things when it comes to hair. I mean look at this!
 For a while like during junior year, I loved those REALLY big hair bows, think little mermaid style bow. I was determined that fun hair wasn't limited for ages 5 and under. My bow was black, and had a barrette, so I could put it high on my head and still have swoopy bangs. My co-workers at my old job always called it princess hair, and I thought this was as fancy as it got.

 Since I've become a manager at my new job, I've realized pretty pretty princess hair wasn't the best look to go for. It's childish, and looking like a kid makes people think you're a kid. Enter a comeback of the hair ribbon.

Ponytail + black ribbon = Casual Fancy

The Trick is keeping your ponytail low and loose. Every single day I go to work attempting to keep my hair down, but end up throwing it in a pony during the day. The problem would be looking professional from the neck down, and like I'm headed to the gym on top. Throw in a subtle black ribbon and you're feminine, and still put together.
#missionaccomplished


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Fall Leisure reading Book List: September- December

      I'm pretty sure I won't have as much time as I'd like once school starts to read for pleasure, but I'm determined to get at least one leisure book per month. Here's what I plan on reading for fun this fall.

1. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay in September - I consider myself a feminist, Gay's essays go over feminism today and what we can do better. "Bad Feminist is a sharp, funny, and spot-on look at the ways in which the culture we consume becomes who we are, and an inspiring call-to-arms of all the ways we still need to do better." via Amazon



2. "Never let me go" by Kazu Ishiguro  in October - I don't know much about this one but buzzfeed says..."There’s nothing easy about reading Never Let Me Go, because it has an honesty that will make you question so many things. Like the social alienation of specific groups of people, and the painful fact that love can be lost or missed, all because of timing. It’s beautiful, haunting, and complex. Did I also mention it’s science fiction? Yeah, go read this." via. Buzzfeed


3."Make up: your guide to beauty, style, and success -- online and off" by Michelle Pham in November - I LOVE Michelle Pham, I've watched her videos for years and she announced a book this past Monday to be released October 21st. I already pre-ordered it for the special book cover.


4. "The Leftovers" by Tom Perrotta in December - By boyfriend and I have been watching this on HBO and I freaking love it. If you (or let's be honest your parents) don't have HBO grab the book for in between classes. The book isn't getting sparkling reviews on Amazon, but I'm hopeful.



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On Jealousy



A friend from high school came into work today. She was telling me about how her roommate (at Arkansas University) decided to switch schools, and how she might get a double to herself. All I could think about how I plan on changing the curtains in my room at home...

In the next two weeks most all of my friends will be moving away for the semester to these exotic schools many states away. God I'm jealous. I wish I was buying shower caddies, and laundry bags, and hanging shoe racks. I wish I had to find ways to get along with an annoying roommate and I wish I had to eat that awful dining hall food.

But it's all worth it, I keep telling myself. I'm saving so much money by living at home, and by going to a local school. Deciding that I don't want thousands of dollars worth of student debt, shouldn't be this hard. 

There isn't even a reason I ought to feel jealous, for the most part there isn't anything that says one school is better than another when it comes to a degree. My dad always quotes Dave Ramsey saying a degree is a degree is a degree. But when I tell people that I'm going to my local university, why is it that people smile very kindly and say, "well that's a good school".

I don't think success depends on how great your school is, but rather how hard you work. Call me Horatio Alger, but I feel like I have the potential to succeed no matter what school I go to. I'm not going to some Ivy league college, for some super competitive degree.

My boyfriend and I are looking for an apartment, and maybe once we start moving and settling down ourselves I won't feel so bad. Honestly I don't want to go to school far away, I'm perfectly happy with where I am. I have a loving boyfriend, and a great job, and a college program that I can be proud of. But watching everyone pack up and leave gives me with a need for action. I'm eager to move out, to start school, to start my life the same way I see people around me starting theirs.

I'm sorry I offer no advise on jealousy, I know that's typically the type of thing I do. But maybe ya'll have some for me. How can I be jealous when I don't what what others have?

photo via. Death to Stock Photo

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Fashion Inspiration: The black skirt

I was digging through my closet this week when I found a short, fit & flair black skirt that my mom use to wear. It's one of those classics that never go out of style, so I dug up some different ways to outfit this classic for fall.

A preppy, fitted button down and sweater combo with basic black booties. Preppy and very clean, I love the pleats on her skirt.


Casual and flirty denim, I'd probably skip the heels and go for some practical/sporty chucks, but that's just me.

Over sized sweater with pushed up sleeves and flats so it doesn't look too slouchy/sloppy.

We're seeing a pattern with the sweaters thing. With the blue being so dark, you'd think this would be a fashion rule breaker, but with the scarf and tights it really brightens up the entire outfit.

This outfit is really good for those transitional periods between summer and the cooler days of fall. I LOVE the brown belt on the black dress and the tucked button down. It's very clean and cinches at the waist. 






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Links I Love


Proof that everyone needs a little more sleep.

Working online

I Freaking love Sims. I CAN NOT wait for sims 4

I'm not going to be able to do this healthy eating thing without some chocolate

College is upon us uggggggg

There isn't any helping it, might as well do it right

OMG 6

I basically need this for the three days it rains in texas

Top Know + Earrings = Swanky Lady

for those of ya'll who just graduated...ok that was a little mean

The population video is kinda hilarious. Truth is we all come from beer

Hey I work at one of those places!

Because we could all use another job

I REALLY want one of these

Now if I could only drink...

You could also just use a paper bag

Yum Avocado Season is almost over

Incase I want to give up my sephora points

so clever

For the upcoming interview



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Taking Stock: August Week 3

It's my official last week of summer before I start classes late next week. 

Wanting: A voice Recorder for school
Drinking: Starbucks Iced Caramel Macchietto 
Reading: Is everyone hanging out without me? (and other concerns) by Mindy Kaling
Wearing: New pair of strappy black wedges that are perfect for work
Bookmarking: Mostly Morgan
Feeling: Ready to go for the new school semester.

Planning: A weekend trip up to Oklahoma 
Loving: La Croix sodas - Calorie, Sodium, and Caffeine free!
Watching: Teen Choice awards (and feeling REALLY old when I don't recognize anyone except Hilary Duff and Iggy Azalea)

Here's how I did on last week's goals
  1. Get Oil changed
  2. Work out 5X this week
  3. Print Pictures
  4. Post 5 times
  5. Drink no Soda all week
  6. Eat a healthy breakfast every day this week ( grains and a piece of friut)
  7. Order my backpack for college
  8. Do my now laundry (Sorry mom, I gotta learn sometime)
  9. Try two new recipes for dinner
  10. Go to yoga one time this week  

This week:
  1. Book trip for Oklohoma
  2. Buy a voice Recorder for school
  3. Clean my Room
  4. Figure out and write down goals for fall semester
  5. Track my H2O all week
  6. Finish Reading "Is Everyone hanging out without me" by Mindy Kaling
  7. Journal 3 times this week
  8. Post 4 times to the College girl daily
  9. Workout 3 times this week
  10. Go to Yoga 4 times this week 

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Taking Stock: August


Each  month I set a few goals for myself. Here are July's goals and How I did on each of them.

  1. Post 15 times onto The College Girl daily
  2. Have $700 in my savings account
  3. Lose a total of 8 more pounds 
  4. Read one book on my Summer book list

2 out of 4 isn't terrible, but there's definitely room for improvement. 

August is going to be a VERY eventful month, I'll finally start my first semester of college, begin the process of moving into my own apartment, and my boyfriend's sister will be having her baby this month. 


  1. Work out 4X each week (three days of weights, one day of cardio) - I'm going to losely be following Erin Stern's plan from bodybuilding.com. I won't be doing any supplementation besides an occasional protein shake, but I'll be following her workouts.
  2. Have $1200 in savings by Aug 31st 
  3. Re-work my budget to know exactly how much we can afford for our apartment. 
  4. COMPLETLY cut out soda and juices from my diet. 

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Southern Blogging Network

I lovelies! I found a great link up from XOXORebecca for southern bloggers! I thought I'd share some love and some of the great blogs to add to my daily reading list!




1. Mia from Make Me up Mia - Fitness and Beauty tutorials along with some kick butt organization tips! I love Mia's blog because she reviews (almost) literally tons of different products and her tutorials are on point.
  

2. Natasha at Acquainted Joy - Personal/Family blog. Natasha is such a passionate blogger and I love everything she writes. My favorite post of her's is the one about Rape Culture. Natasha really goes deep into society, self value, and TONS more. 

3. Trice at The Floundering - Texas girls do it best! I promise Trice is going to be the one to get me through my quarter life crisis. My favorite post of her's is "An Awkward Girl's guide to Networking". 

4. Hayden at My Life as Hayden - OMG her coolers are top notch and her dorm tutorials are AMAZING. Hayden is the reason I found the Southern Blogging Network and has some cute craft tutorials.







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4 backpacks for back to school

Back to school means a new backpack! Here are some really freaking cute ones from around the web.
1. Jansport Right Pack in Barber Green - This is the one I picked out for college. It's outdoor-sey classic and big enough to hold everything!   


     
2. Jansport Hoffman in Coral Dusk - I love the front pockets on this one and the leather detail. 

3. The North Face Women's Rhyolite Backpack in dark eggplant purple and greenwich green - This one is a little more sporty than the others, but it would be adorable with a matching green monogram in the middle. 


4. Jon hart backpacks - These things were crazy popular at my high school, you can upgrade to leather and gave a monogram on the label. They're made right here in Texas too!


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Links I love

I honestly can't get over these Ruth Bater Ginsburg cards on etsy!
I'm in a baking mood

Here's the new workout program I'm trying out this month...I'm not so sure about those jumps on leg day though

While we're working out we might as well eat well I guess

Mani talk

I can't get over this website! 

My new daily read

Desaster Geniuse

Linked in how to

Healthy hair is Happy Hair

Getting ready for freshman year

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Taking stock: August week 2

Eating: Whole wheat bread with Nutella and fruit for breakfast. My Fav!
Reading: Is everyone hanging out without me? (and other concerns) by Mindy Kaling (Still)
Listening: Haim
Wanting: A classic pair of black slacks for work (Best $20 I've spent)
Planning: Seeing Phantom of the Opera this week in Dallas
Loving: Formula X from Sephora, Especially this color called Power Source
Watching: Grey's Anatomy Season 2 


Here's last week's goals

  1. Run 7 miles - I'm starting a new training program for a 10K. It should take me 12 weeks, I'm going to start looking for races to do soon
  2. Get my oil changed
  3. Make my yearly OBGYN appointment
  4. Get 8 hours of sleep/night
  5. Drink 8 glasses of water/day
  6. FINALLY print pictures from my senior year
  7. Go to yoga 2x this week
  8. Mail NHS stole back - I borrowed a NHS stole for graduation that I need to return
  9. Post 5 times this week
  10. Go one day without eating meat
Now for this week!

  1. Get Oil changed
  2. Work out 5X this week
  3. Print Pictures
  4. Post 5 times
  5. Drink no Soda all week
  6. Eat a healthy breakfast every day this week ( grains and a piece of friut)
  7. Order my backpack for college
  8. Do my now laundry (Sorry mom, I gotta learn sometime)
  9. Try two new recipes for dinner
  10. Go to yoga one time this week  

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Getting Ready for first year of college

I'm really freaking excited to start my first year of college at UTA. Normally I go back to school with a sick feeling in my stomach, but this year I'm really pumped.

Here are a few things I'm doing to get ready for my first year of College




  1. Getting a new backpack - My oldie but goodie blue jansport I used for three years of high school is starting to fall apart. I'm going to invest in another for college. I'm upping the size from my high school one, but I'm torn between two of my new favorite colors, Army Green or Maroon. Which do ya'll think?                                                                                                                                        
  2. Getting all my textbooks - I ordered most of my textbooks from chegg, but I need to pick up a few from my campus book store. 
  3. Checking out all my classrooms - Adrian (the bae) has been going to UTA for a year now, and he promised to show me around campus. We're going to walk around and find all my classrooms one day before school starts so I'm not completely lost of the first day. You could also do this one of the days between moving in and classes starting.
  4. Picked up a new gym bag - I'm going to start working out at the MAC (Maverick Activity Center) before classes in the morning and I got this really cute gym bag to keep my day clothes in while I sweat it out. I'll probably keep my gym bag in my car after I workout so I don't have to carry it around during classes. 
  5. Getting all my appointments out of the way - There's going to be a lot going on during the fall, and I want to make sure I'm not completely over whelmed. To help out I'm getting all of those yearly checkups and appointments out of the way. I'm getting my OBGYN, my meningitis shot and physical, and my dreaded wisdom teeth appointments out of the way.
  6. Setting good habits - I've been pretty good about working out regularly this summer. Being in a habit of exercising now will help me come fall when I'm feeling a lot more stress. Now if I could just get that healthy eating down I'd have it made.

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