The First Week of Classes As Told By Disney
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The First Week of Classes As Told By Disney

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The First Week of Classes As Told By Disney

You are back in the magical place that is your college town and ready for another semester. The first week of classes is full of emotions: anxiety, excitement, exhaustion, et cetera. Who better to describe the experience than your friends from Disney and Pixar classics?

It's Monday morning, and you wake up full of excitement for the first day of classes. You jump out of bed and head off to that 8:30 a.m. gen ed.

You see your crush in one of your classes and promise yourself that you are going to sit next to them on Wednesday. The whole time your professor is reading the syllabus, you are plotting your move.

You head to the D-hall for some lunch and cannot contain yourself. How can one place have so many delicious options?

You don't have any homework for the first few days, which means you have ample time for other things. You decide that this is the year you are going to be healthy and work out at the campus recreation center more often. You even make it to a few group fitness classes.

Wednesday rolls around and the excitement of your brand new classes is wearing off, which means getting up in the morning gets a little harder.

You start to realize that syllabus week is basically over and now the real work is going to begin. You classes might actually be kind of hard.

As the week goes on you start to get a feel for the students in your classes. You've decided who you want to be friends with and who you want to stay away from.

You've also started your campus job and are starting to feel a little bit overwhelmed by all these responsibilities.

You try to study, but you are a little out of practice from three months of Netflix bingeing and lounging on the beach.

You start wishing you could rewind to summer, when you were carefree.

But suddenly, it's Friday! The weekend is here, and you're friends are always there for you after a long week. You are ready to kick back and enjoy the weekend.

Cheers to surviving your first week!

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