one out of two essay exams done!
i swear, my psychology statistics book makes things much more complicated than they actually are. for example, it explained a process in five complicated steps when it could've been done in two simple steps.
so. what's better for the world: globalization or nationalism? i have to write an essay (again) and am kind of overwhelmed about starting it becuase i know nothing about the topic.
i've been spending hours trying to prepare for this exam. i just did the practice exam, and it looks like i'm still not ready. if only my professor wrote down what to do in the syllabus so i didn't have to do all of it last minute!!
wish me luck for my online test that i'm not sure if i'm prepared for...
i can't tell if i did okay on my math test or not. i barely finished before running out of time, so i couldn't really check my answers. time just flew by.
i have to remake a famous painting for my art appreciation class, and it's going horribly. i don't even know what to do anymore. plus i have to present it in front of the whole class. ugh.
i have to finish this product by tomorrow night, but i can't seem to concentrate. ughhhh.
i'm somehow going to have to finish and do my part of a group presentation this week. not good. i probably can't find a way out of it now. preparing the presentation should be fine (though i doubt my group's organization), but speaking in front of people... yikes. how would i do it?? i guess i have my anxiety medication but still... i don't know what i'm going to do.
open a word document and suddenly I don't remember how to start an essay
I have a take-home exam that i'm too exhausted to do, and I need to finish it... hopefully tonight. and then I need to prepare for the next exam on Monday. Ugh. Plus all this triggering family stuff is going on.
i'm so behind on my classes, or that's how it feels. thanks, narcolepsy, for making me fall asleep when i have any motivation to get work done.
i can't tell if my instructors have been really unclear this semester, or if i've just been real scatterbrained.