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It's been a while

I was looking through my computer and stumbled upon this blog that was active long ago. Looking through some of my old posts I realized how much I have changed over the years. Since my last post, I have successfully completed two years of university, made some great friends (even a boyfriend), and have learned a lot (not just about NMRs and antibiotic resistance). So here are 3 things I have learned in the past couple years:

1. Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone is the only way you'll grow. Through most of high school, I was very shy and only had a couple of good friends. I struggled with talking to new people and was always worried about what they thought of me. When I started university though I used it as a way of starting fresh and becoming a better version of myself. I'm not saying it's easy but it is definitely worth it.

2. Its okay to fail sometimes. First year actually wasn't too bad for me but when second year came around I spread myself too thin and did not do as great as I had hoped. At first, I was very disappointed but I realized that I needed to stop being so critical of myself and just work harder next time. There is no use for dwelling on the past all you can do is move forward.

3. Friendships aren't always easy. In high school, you are always with your friends whether it's in class, during lunch, or hanging out at each other's houses. Once you leave, especially if you move somewhere knew its difficult to stay in contact and plan around everyone's schedules. It's important to put in the effort and not give up as soon as things get hard.

That is just a short list with plenty more to come. I may post some of my old stuff that I never got around to doing. Other than that this is mostly just a place for me to write about life. If anyone is starting university and has any questions or is currently attending and wants to share their experience feel free to leave a comment.


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