5 Ways To Squeeze The Last 5 Weeks Of Freshman Year For All They're Worth
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5 Ways To Squeeze The Last 5 Weeks Of Freshman Year For All They're Worth

How to make your last month the most memorable.

5 Ways To Squeeze The Last 5 Weeks Of Freshman Year For All They're Worth
Renee Lamarque

If you’re like me, you’re sad that your first year of college is coming to an end. You’re so grateful for the amazing friends you’ve made as well and the memories you will hold onto forever. Fortunately, this is only the beginning even though it feels like the end of an era.

Here’s how to make the most of the time you have left in your freshman year.

1. Work your hardest.

I know this does not sound like the most amount of fun, but ending your freshman year on a good note can help the streak continue throughout your college career leading to achieving your best self!

2. Have that slice of pizza!

Okay so hopefully the jokes of the freshman 15 will end after freshman year, but who cares at this point! Enjoy that giant slice of greasy pizza you’ve been dreaming about after a night out!

Speaking of nights out...

3. Finals are coming up so it's now or never.

Nobody wants to go out during finals week that is slowly approaching (sorry for the reminder) so now is the time to treat yourself to some fun!

4. Stay up late.

Stay up late talking with your friends! Some you might not see all summer and so try to make the most of the time you still have with your 30 second or less commute to each other!

5. Put your best foot forward.

Think of how you want to be remembered when next year rolls around. Be nice to everyone, even that one kid from class who annoys you to no end.

Hold on to these memories and enjoy!

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