To the student who feels like they aren't doing enough,
Know that you aren't alone. Many students, including myself, feel like this every day. You have work, volunteering, classes, friends. You are juggling everything and it feels like you need two of you to get anything done. Yet, you still feel like you aren't doing enough. You're not making enough money to travel and explore that world like you wish you could. You barely have enough money to get Chipotle if you want to pay rent next week.
Your volunteering here, there, everywhere, but it still seems like those med schools or master programs just want so much more from you - you don't know how you could possibly compete with thousands of people who have probably have way more experience than you. Your A's and B's used to be okay in high school, but in college, it means an average GPA. An average is not good enough for someone who is used to being above average in everything and anything they do.
Stop doubting yourself. You are losing who you are. That above average student is still there, but they are burying themselves with piles and piles of insecurities and unknowns. There is one thing you do know. You always try your best in everything and anything you do, and everything and anything you do is preparing you for your future. There may be bumps, or mountains, in the way, but you will reach your goal because that is just who you are.
Now, take a deep breath.
Finals are almost over. Summer is right around the corner. Relax and take time for yourself. You do not need to pile your break up with classes, volunteering, work, and all of the above. You really stressed yourself out this semester, and if anyone needs a break it's you. Try to cut back on some things, and take care of yourself. Hang out with friends you haven't seen in a while. Go tot he beach. Read a book. Fall semester is right around the corner. There is no reason to create more for yourself.
Know that you are doing enough, no matter how you feel. You will succeed. Don't stress