It’s weird to think I’m already registered for classes next semester and not even done with this one yet! As of now I am taking: Organic Chemistry II, Comparative Anatomy and Physiology, Spanish 102, an Honors class in which we are planning the TEDx conference in the Spring, and another Honors course, The Sea Rovers Life and Practice (which I have been waiting for)! I tried to take 24.00 credits (with an online Scientific Ethics course) but the overload to my overload didn’t get approved, and it’s probably for the better. I know this semester has been quite full, so I’m already trying to plan and organize my time for next semester to make it smoother. Right now I am trying to balance a Leadership Paper, and Evolution Paper, final projects, and studying for upcoming Organic and Evolution exams. I was able to get a lot done this afternoon so hopefully the load can be dispersed over the week!
In other news I’m moving! Its within the same city so it shouldn’t be too bad, just going to be a tight schedule around finals and studying seeing as we are moving in early December. I’m also used to moving (I’ve done it five times now I believe), and most of my room is still packed from the last move after High School graduation. The struggle is going to be with the big stuff, and the moving truck, but with a little help it shouldn’t be too bad.
Also, tomorrow I am starting a volunteer tutor opportunity at St. James School, an Episcopal fifth grade (currently) school with sixteen students. I will be tutoring math for two hours a week this semester and see what my schedule looks like for next semester. I was able to meet the Director for the program at an Honors Leadership Panel we have for one of my classes, Pathways in Leadership, at a networking session. He told us about the need for tutors and I was more than glad to volunteer some of my time for the cause. More after this week! So although it’s a busy week I’m feeling a bit more prepared and I’m enjoying the feeling of getting things done.