Today was the last day of finals, for my last semester in college…a day that I never thought would actually be here. Granted, I did finish my finals on Friday night, but since then I have been hanging around campus working on other things and still being rather productive. This is what my final finals week looked like:
- Monday – I finished classes, went to work, and gathered my thoughts and got my life back together after Meghan’s wedding. It took awhile to figure out what the rest of my week would need to look like to get everything done.
- Tuesday – It was our reading day, and I spent it studying for my only test final (in International Marketing) the next day.
- Wednesday – I studied all morning, took my last test (EVER), and then went to work at my internship. That night, I worked my tail off on my Personal Marketing Portfolio for my Marketing Management & Strategy class.
- Thursday – I worked more on my Portfolio, taught myself how to use Illustrator (with the help of my friend Michael) for the design part of my Portfolio, and went to an IndyHub event for the BBA. Working on my Portfolio was pretty intense…I even used two computers simultaneously, one for writing the content, the other for designing the layout. Impressive, huh?
- Friday – I worked at the BBA, and wrote my final paper (EVER). Of course, I couldn’t decide what to write it on, and I actually started over from scratch after I had written almost half. It’s a wonder that I got it done on time – but I did….which is all that matters.
Now that finals are over, all that I have left to do is work at the BBA and graduate. It’s a beautiful thing. Not having class commitments, or any school commitments – absolutely amazing. It might be nice if I wasn’t working too, but I really don’t know if I could handle that, or if I would know what to do with myself. Most likely, I would go stir crazy a day into it. So, I’m finishing out my college career the way I have spent every other year, by staying busy….and trying to enjoy every minute. I have a few blogs left before I sign off for good – so be sure to check back to see what I have to say before I officially leave campus.