okay, so technically I have another semester left - I am hoping to graduate this December (inshallah) but I feel like the last four years of my life have had a great impact on me and I have learned so much about myself so I wanted to share:
1) As awesome as it is to make your own schedule, I need to come to terms with the fact that no matter how late my class is, I will wake up one hour before it starts.
2) I can get from SugarLand to University of Houston in exactly thirteen minutes, if necessary.
3) Carpooling/sharing a car sucks. Also, nobody knows me as well as my carpool buddy. I’ve said some pretty crazy stuff in the 59 HOV Lane.
4) There is no shame in attending events just for food. i’m a college student and thus my brokeness is excused.
5) If possible, try to dress nice four out of the five days you go to school. I have a tendency to meet famous people when I look like a hobo.
6) I can nap anywhere and everywhere on campus but the chances of me waking up to a complete stranger staring at me are pretty darn high.
7) talk to people. you never know when and where you’ll meet someone awesome.
8) Explore the campus.
9) ALWAYS BRING FOOD WITH YOU.
10) TAPE fixes everything. always have tape with you!
11) Google Calendar - I need to put every assignment, deadline, party, birthday in my calendar because sometimes, I have the attention span of a squirrel.
12) Speaking of squirrels, they need to either start paying tuition or get off the campus property.
13) Have friends who have apartments. enough said.
i’m sure i’m going to think of more so i’m not going to end this post just yet!
Let me teach you a little something about supply chain today: Definition of ‘Just In Time - JIT’ An inventory strategy companies employ to increase efficiency and decrease waste by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production process, thereby reducing inventory costs.This method requires that producers are able to accurately forecast demand.
Translation: Procrastination is okay, just don’t get caught. lol
Note to self and anybody else reading this: avoid “friends” who try to influence you. a true friend will never try to manipulate you, make you feel stupid, or try to convince you to change your opinions about others.
I just invented magic in a bowl:
-cereal (special K with chocolate bits is amazing)
Best dinner ever.