February has been a month of productive, worthwhile preparation for university.
Last month I spoke about making pointless lists and plans in my anxious state of mind, thinking that I was making a good foundation for the year to come. When really I was just distracting myself while dealing with the wait of university outcomes.
Plans are actually solid, and I am not as crazy as I was in January.
And I finished watching season 7 of Gilmore Girls, and the Netflix series!
*nope, still crazy*
There has to be another series right?!
It can’t end on that!
It was also my first time using Netflix, and wow I am very late into the game.
I felt like my Dad when he used Facebook for the first time!
I was just purely amazed at the accessibility of so many TV shows, and how quickly I could just binge watch the rest of the season and series.
*relieved i finished watching gilmore girls before uni started.. *
Work has started again for the year, and now we are back in the full swing of things.
I’m happy to be back teaching students from last year, hearing about their holidays and seeing what their goals are for the year with their music.
I have gained some new students as well, and that always guarantees a good start for the new year. I also have more younger students which is good fun, because we get to sing Disney songs!
I had orientation for university, and I really enjoyed it.
It was weird, because I was more excited for the serious and less “fun” parts of the orientation. I was pumped for the course introduction, some specific class introductions, and a class on how to make the best use of the library.
Yep, I am one wild child.
It’s interesting starting university as a 21 year old, I actually feel old!
Since most new students are these sweet, innocent, bright eyed and bushy tailed 18 year olds, who haven’t been out of school since they were five years old.
The age thing should fade as the course goes on.
I have met some lovely people so far, who are in my course which has made it a comfortable introduction to the course. The lecturers in my subjects seem really organised and enthusiastic in what they teach, and that makes me feel relieved. Because if they feel organised and confident in what they teach, then I should be organised and confident in the work I will be producing for them.
The real work starts tomorrow in my first day of classes.
I’ll get back to you in March!