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1 Name: Noah : 2007-03-30 04:02 ID:5gHYLhoa

I'm 17 now and I am attending a community college... I'm currently going for an associates in business administration. I hope to be able to get into a decent business school.

I work 6 days a week, about 40 hours.

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-03-30 07:11 ID:nwMUC8sZ

Yeah, I had that experience too. I would wake up, go to class, eat, study and sleep. That would be my week. Even my weekends became routine when I just would hang out with my friends and watch TV at the same place, with the same people. But recently I started to change up my routine a bit. Well sitting in the library, I meet a friend (a different friend from the weekends)and we start studying together. Soon enough, others friends outside of the weekend group show up and now we are in the library or some place every week trying to study but really hanging out and having a good time. We do study when it is necessary, but when we just have reading assignment due we have fun. So far this week I have met 3 (cute) girls and made a few more friend. So my advice is to start changing the little stuff and things will get better.

3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-03-30 14:29 ID:UEO2NeLH

My life is very similar. It used to be nothing but work, school, sleep, study, eat (not in any order), more of the same every semester. Then I started going to club activities, which killed off any free time I had, but they're fun. And thats where I met my fiancee. Now its work, sleep, study, girlfriend, girlfriend, get the picture.

4 Name: Newoz : 2007-03-31 00:23 ID:Heaven

Once you get out to the streets, to the real life, things happen.

I also have, or had, a very pattern-like life, at the moment: wake up, eat, go to school, go back home, eat, do some homework, look around in the internet, go to bed, sleep, repeat.

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