Moving across the country and transitioning to college!
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So what was it like for me moving across the country from Arizona to New York? Besides, like the basic differences just with the the culture, the social aspects, not really knowing anybody at all the weather and being so far from home, the distance, obviously, you know, you just had to overcome. Just like any other student going out of state, you know, things that sometimes are harder than others. I particularly had a little bit of a harder time transitioning in the beginning. So I was home sick, I would say a little bit more so than other people, but my friends were there and supported for me. My family did, of course, come up and visit me and I went home for breaks and stuff, but it was a big transition. That's something that you should know if you're gonna go out of state. Some people are so excited to go to say, they're like, I'm leaving, I'm leaving my town and then they will even like Well, no, I missed, Captain. You know, I mean, like, I'm honestly, some people Lot of people ask me about this. What was the weather transition like? How was it going from Arizona, where it's like the winter time it gets maybe, like, sixty and here in New York would get, like, twenty below. I'm just gonna teach myself how to layer, invest in a good parka and invest in some snow boots. Invests in a lot of genes and sweaters and gloves and mittens and all those things. I'm gonna I'm gonna push through this winter. Whatever else may come your way with the transition to college, even if college is ten minutes away. It's across the country or across the world. Everybody has different experiences transitioning into college and I promise you there are bad days, but they're also so many good days and so much fun to be had, and we will enjoy it regardless.