11 Things I Already Did My First Weekend Home From School

11 Things I Already Did My First Weekend Home From School

How many "I'm bored" texts can you send?

Coming home from college is weird. Simple as that. 9 months ago you crammed your whole life into a tiny room and all of a sudden you're home and you have space. And time. Ugh, so much time. In my attempts to unpack, I quickly realized that I have literally so much stuff, and in my boredom I realized that I have a long, long summer ahead. Here's 11 things I've somehow already managed to accomplish between Thursday night and Sunday.

1. Realized how much stuff I actually have

Not really sure how this is possible, but here we are.

2. Purged my closet

Subsequently, a lot of things were trashed.

3. Aimlessly drove around town

This is always something I craved at school, so naturally I just put on Harry Styles' new album and drove around.

4. Sent an "I'm bored" text to the same 3 people home right now

Somehow, not everyone is as boring as I am and has nothing to do but hang around. So I'm just visiting the very few people who do.

5. Napped

6. Watched the first season of a new TV show

I was intrigued by "Famous in Love" on Freeform, okay?

7. Caught up on an old TV show

Not sure why this show is still a thing but I totally still watch "Pretty Little Liars" with my sisters and I always watch it when I come home.

8. Decided what TV show I'm watching next

Riverdale I'm comin' for ya.

9. Rewatched my Snapchat memories from this semester

Literally my mood. So many mems!

10. Started redecorating my room

Basically I'm turning myself into the Property Brothers. Yes, both of them.

Basically, I'm turning myself into the Property Brothers. Yes, both of them.

11. Thought about going back to school

The college friends group chat is still thriving. So just get me to August already!

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What I Have And Will Continue To Learn From Working With Kids

I always say that I will learn more from my students than they will from me, and I cannot wait to start that journey.


I have loved kids ever since I can remember.

I was an only child up until I was 5 years old. Those years were great, but I spent a good amount of them laying on the floor, crying and begging my parents for another sibling.

Soon my sister came, then another sister and then my brother.

I loved them so much and wanted to do nothing but care for them.

My siblings made me realize how much I love working with kids, how much I love teaching them and how much I love learning from them.

I had the opportunity to help my dad coach my sister's softball and basketball teams. This was one of the best experiences I have ever had.

Throughout high school, I spent time volunteering in elementary classrooms, and any "uncertainty" I had about what I wanted to do with my life was gone.

The "uncertainty" was the fact that I maybe wouldn't get paid enough, I wouldn't be good enough or people would think I wasn't smart enough.

But I can learn more from kids than I could ever learn from my professors.

And I'm not saying anything against any profession. But we all have our things.

And mine is kids, mine is teaching.

Children teach me to take life a little less seriously.

They have taught me that you truly never know what other people are going through and we are all going through something.

Children will teach me to keep my patience.

They will keep me young forever.

Children have taught me to never pass judgment and always spread kindness

They will teach me lessons that I can't even imagine right now and things I don't even know.

I always say that I will learn more from my students than they will from me, and I cannot wait to start that journey.

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