Does any of this sound familiar to you hard working pre-nursing
1.) Absolutely NO social life.
2.) Sleep is not a source of stress relief anymore... I find myself studying in my sleep (seriously, I repeat things over and over and can't get a good night of sleep; I wake up feeling like I never went to sleep)
3.) Haven't done my laundry in FOREVER, I am down to my plain white tees and buying new briefs from walmart on the way home from class since it takes less time than actually doing the laundry!!
4.) Losing weight because I don't have enough time to cook well rounded meals; living off of nutri-grain bars and bottled water b/c it is quick. (not a good thing; only 135 lbs and 5'8... feel like I will blow away in the wind.)
5.) Spend my down time scheduling my studies.
6.) Losing touch of emotion.
7.) Losing my sense of humor.
8.) Lost any kind of tan that I once had.
9.) Rescheduling dentist, doctor, etc. appointments for the end of the semester b/c it buys me some more studying time.
10.) Losing my 20/15 vision, all I look at is computer text and of course textbook text and now I can barely read things that are far away.
11.) Friends don't call b/c they already know the answer to "Hey Jon, what are you doing tonight?"
12.) Doing more random good deeds in hopes that it will help somehow! lol
THE LIST CONTINUES!!!
Very disturbed... but for some reason... it feels good. I am taking advantage of the opportunity I have been given. I never knew I could push myself so far, I am proving to myself that I can do great things ... I am becoming a machine. The payoff will be great in the long run. Oh yeah, thank God for family... they are truly supportive and I owe them.
Currently listening to "No Quarter" -- Led Zeppelin... WOW
:gandalf:"YOU SHALL NOT PASS"... lol Gandalf.