6 Social Media Posts You Will Send Out During Your First Week of School

6 Social Media Posts You Will Send Out During Your First Week of School

Be proud that you ended class early but now it is time to get down to business with the pile of homework sitting on your desk.

Snapchat and social media have become a huge part of our society today and without them, we would not be able to update everyone on how our day is going. Being a college kid or even high school student, life can be lonely so we tend to run to the internet sharing every move we make. Hoping that someone out there cares. So here are six social media posts you are bound to send out during your first week back at school.

1. The "oh my god, I love homework and music" post

We have all been here before, we love it at first but in the end, it will start piling up and we will get sick of it in the long run. But for now, let's pretend everything is okay and we really do love homework!

2. The "YAYY I'm done with classes for the day" Snapchat

Yes, we have all done this... do not even try to lie. Being done with classes is a great feeling and we have to let the world know, also, make the kids who are sitting in class a little jealous they are not done yet either. Be proud that you ended class early but now it is time to get down to business with the pile of homework sitting on your desk.

3. The "first Facebook post since move in day" update

I can clearly remember my first week of college, being away from home was difficult but you also know deep down that it will be okay and college will be a blast! You have made it this far, and it should be celebrated with a post, oh, and do not forget to update friends and family you do not text so this post is GREAT.

4. The "I'm super proud of my first college test/quiz of the year" post

I give you the bragging rights when you get your first grade back on a big assignment or test. Getting an A is not easy, especially when you were never good at that subject or it is your first year of college. Now, it is time to study it up for the next test coming up sooner than you think!

5. The "I'm really sick of doing homework and I'm really bored" Snapchat

The number of hours students sit doing homework is outrageous and because of this, we tend to get bored easier. Homework is repetitive, takes up too much time and is in no way fun at all. So why not let our Snapchat friends know we are bored, who knows, maybe they will hit us up and give us something more exciting to do.

6. The "oh my god, look at my room" Instagram post

New semester, new you? Yes, we do live off of this quote when it comes to posting on social media. Give us some credit, we love the set up of the new room and just want everyone else to see what it looks like! This must be what independence looks like? A small room for four years? I will take it.

Every single one of you are guilty of posting at least one of these posts. In all honesty, I am not judging you at all! The only reason I say this is because these are all my posts!

So, happy posting and good luck with the first week of school and so on!

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Happy big little season! Being the impatient person I am, having to wait two weeks until I found out who my big was drove me crazy. Every day, I got a text or an Instagram post about me, which only made me want to know who she was sooner. Yet, it really is all worth it in the end. Ask any little

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2. When you get that first text or Instagram post from your big

3. Trying to figure out who your big is from the hints given to you.

Or they could just be lying to you this whole time about who they really are.

4. Seeing the girl who you think is your big in public

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5. When you start getting your gifts

6. Walking into your dorm to see your room decorated

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7. People telling you that they know who your big is but you have no idea

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10 Reasons You Shouldn't Skip Class Today

9. You're taking advantage of an education that many would love to have.

Trust me, I get it. Getting enough sleep is important. Studying for an upcoming exam is crucial. Okay, maybe you don't feel well. I totally understand these reasons for skipping class, it happens sometimes. Key word = sometimes. But honestly, we shouldn't even be skipping class sometimes. We should find a good spot between seldom and never in our absences from our classes.

Ugh, I know, it's difficult- your professor might be a little slow, there may not be anything important scheduled on the syllabus, or the class might just be outright boring. Yet these should not hold you back from your education and making constant absences a habit. Make it a priority to go to class despite what are often insignificant excuses you create in your head that prevent you from going.

If a serious issue like an illness arises, obviously that should hold you back from going. But take a nap in your free time and schedule time at the library for your studying rather than allowing these justifications to control you from not going to class. Disregard your dissatisfaction for the class, no matter what the reasoning may be, and just go. Here's why:

1. It can become a habit

Once you realize how fun it might be to not go to class, you'll think it's reasonable to do it again in the future, and again, and again. But you're just setting yourself up for a terrible routine where you come up with the littlest excuses to skip classes. Take your classes seriously and don't get sucked into a hole that'll be difficult to get out of.

2. You're practically throwing money away

This is pretty obvious, but many don't consider it. Remember how much your parents pay for school before you consider skipping class. Try to do the math behind it. Be grateful for the money they put towards your education by putting it to good use.

3. You're missing potentially important information

What if your professor is cancelling a future class? Your test got cancelled? You have a new paper due by the end of the week? You wouldn't know any of these things if you miss your class, and it would be pretty embarrassing if you showed up to that future class, studied for that cancelled test or didn't know about that paper. Gain some FOMO to motivate you.

4. Your professor won't have a favorable impression of you

When you're in need of a letter of recommendation, you can't even consider going to the professors of the classes you constantly skipped because what would they have to say about you? Don't let your professor embrace the rage of Ross Geller- get on your teacher's good side and just go to class.

5. Your grade might be impacted

If the syllabus has attendance as a pretty great portion of your grade, skipping class will have a nasty effect on your final grade. Plus, if you're on a borderline between two grades and want to persuade your professor to give you the higher of the two, they won't be so convinced to give it to you. Become a prompt student and watch your GPA grow.

6. You'll have to make up all of that work, anyway...

When you skip class, you're not skipping the notes and homework that comes with it. It will haunt you and you know it.

7. ...and will have to teach yourself the material

You know your professor won't reteach it to you in their office hours. And nobody in your class can teach, what might be difficult, material like your professor can. You might as well go.

8. That boring lecture might just be advantageous

You might be in a class that goes towards your major, or is just beneficial overall. You might be learning something that will really help you in the future or even your career, and it would be a shame to choose a nap over that.

9. You're taking advantage of an education that many would love to have

Not everybody gets to go to college like you do. Not everybody can say they learn new (and often interesting things) everyday. Not everybody has the opportunities that you have, so don't take advantage of them. There are so many people who would do anything to be in your position. Don't take that for granted!

10. You're just worsening your time management skills

When you skip class, you are proving that there are more important things than your classes, which is kind of ironic, because isn't that why you go to school in the first place? Missing class means you're giving into an unnecessary event that shouldn't be above your education. Make a checklist, plan your time, and get everything done around your class times, not during them.

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