Let’s try to focus
Uni started again on Monday and it’s full steam ahead. This first course of the semester is in filmmaking, and I’ve got a paper to write and a big group project in several parts.
I remember this time last year, I’d just started my first year at University. Everything was new, I had no idea what to expect – let alone how to find my way to class – but I loved the challenge. I dove right into my school work, spent hours in the library working my butt off on my papers and reading my course literature. I’d spend the weekends or my afternoons studying at my favorite café nearby where I lived at the time. Now that I’ve moved (and spent the beginning of the summer working at said café), I need to find a new cosy café to study at.
I kind of thought I would have that same feeling about starting school this year. That I’d be excited and enjoy the challenge of studying, but I haven’t felt that. Not yet anyway, I still have hope. I’ve been in a general funk for the past two weeks or so, and it doesn’t seem to want to end. I think I just want to be in another place right now, so the thought of having two more years of Uni before I can be free is causing my motivation to slack a bit.
What do you do when you’re in a funk and need to snap out of it?