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A Day in the Life with Katie

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Okay, here is a tour in my apartment. I just want to apologize right now. That is actually pretty messy, but the time it would take to clean it all just for this one little video isn't worth it. So I've decided to just accept its messiness. And I'm sorry, but it's easier. She accepted them to clean it. So here's my purpose. Here's the kitchen. We, uh, stop in little cabinets. They also have a pantry area where bridges is. We're all food is good. This is the dining room, but it's really used. Is more of temporary storage. No one really leaves in here. This is my bedroom. Uh, chaotic as I'm taking eighty eighteen credits right now. So, uh, cut me some slack. Go long hallway? Yeah. There's two closets in this hall. Fairly good size. Prove coats. I'm not going to show you those, but there is basic closets. Here's the hallway that leads to the bathroom. Pretty standard bathroom, Probably the mess years place and on either side of the bathroom are my two roommates. Two bedrooms. So two other bedrooms in here. They're bigger than mine, and they have bigger windows. And here's the front doors where you come in there and then that here's the living room. I haven't hung out in here in a while, so all this mess that you see is entirely my roommates. I don't own any of this stuff. And lastly, we do have a sun room. We close it off during the winter months because it is cold and the windows do not completely shut. So has been exiled in the cold weather, but is now we're in the end. This is probably one of my favorite places in the building is falling to pieces. Not It's very not constructed, but it's still home to some of the best places way. Wait. Come, Teo, think of Usher. Here's what is Definitely there's lots of food options here. I mean, at least fifteen times. Wait, Theo, wait here is pretty simple. You just choose from one of three terrace and a lot's onto your student I d. And then you just go through the cafeteria. Okay? Move. And you paid for using your meal plan. If you're out of money and a well planned, you can always add more. So there's nothing to worry about. Don't let anyone steal your student. living in the dorms actually called residents holds. I think they frown upon using the word dorms. My experience with the dorms that says a mixed bag. You're required to live in them and listen like very special cases. So you'LL definitely be in one. You're going to be perhaps one of the noisiest places you ever live in your life. Uh, people like to be rowdy at three a. M, but that's fine. Uh, they have LLC is here, which is living learning communities. So you live with people who have similar interests or similar majors, or what have you you get to live with and get to know some of the people that you will be spending a lot of time with over your next year's college. They also put on quite a few events here are easily put on quite a few events, and I would recommend at least going to a couple of those like Don't don't just hide away in your room all the time and your worries are they're going to be a hit and miss Sometimes my aria wasn't the best, but I don't really have too many troubles that would call for a raise, though, uh, I want to complain too much about that. The food was it was nice to always have it on demand that I didn't have to cook. Because after you leave the residence, Holmes, you're gonna probably be cooking for yourself. So just enjoy that while you can. The beds are OK. They're not too comfy. Um, your roommate. Hopefully you get someone you like. You don't have to be friends with your roommate forever, but he's definitely trying to make it work during your the arts fillings are a great place to hang out. Um, I like to come here because they usually have good light source on their nice, big open spaces. You know, I really feel like you're shoved a bunch of other people, so it's a good place to come. You know, when you're hanging out in between classes or you need a place to study. I like coming here at least another place that I really like to go with. The second floor on the library, where it's a quiet zone may also have some great spots by the windows, which I like to be in the sun, soaking up that vitamin D places that I would recommend. Wait, my workload right now is absolutely insane. And I'm taking eighteen credits while also working two jobs, so I don't think anyone would necessarily recommend that. Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. And here you do. W m there really Eger on getting you out, giving you graduated on time. And so you should just like care how you look at your classes and get recommendations for You know, the amount of work he's class will be. Look att, The syllabus is and plan accordingly. All right, guys, it's going to be the end of my little tour. An advice for you. I do have a little bit more to say. Just my last parting words. Um, I don't only think, you know, you're going to find a lot of people who say, You know, mm was a foundation in their success and personal growth. And you're going to find a lot of people who would think the opposite and probably wish badly towards you. Toby, when it's definitely not for everyone. I know that I have grown and changed a lot. Here is a person, and I don't no, if that's necessarily a part of, you know, everyone's influence and, like their resource is towards me. But, you know, some parts have been really good in some parts. Have been really bad. Um, so I mean, it's really up to you. I definitely if you can, you know, come check out my walking in person and see if, like it's the right place for you. Yes, my my final advice is, you know, going off into college, there's going to be a lot of new things here and a lot of stuff to do and everything. But, you know, I just feel like in the end, you should never do something because you feel like you're expected to do it. Like I know a lot of people who went to four started off going to a four year college and because they were expected to because their parents expected it because all their friends were doing it. Whatever reason. Sometimes you even realize you're being pressured to do something. But you are. And you know, like for a lot of people that didn't turn out to be like a right fit for them. So, you know, if you're thinking like, you know, you can go here, there you could go to a really fancy school. You can go Teo attacks school and get the same thing. You know, I would really just do what's right for you and likewise. You know, whatever you choose, if you end up, you know, like in a situation and like you don't really feel it like, don't don't force yourself doing it. You know, like if you're in a club and it doesn't feel right and doesn't feel good, don't just keep doing it because like you feel like you should. You should be a part of club, you know, like go joined a different organization and, like, try to find situations that are right for you because there's no one right way to do this. There's no one path. So, you know, figure out what's right for you. And just like never, never feel like you have to do something because you're expected to, like, just take that pressure off of yourself because things can be just as good. Things will be just a cz good. You know, when you do it your way, and even if that's not the standard path, you know, it's still good. If it takes you five years to graduate instead of war. That's great because that's that's your path, and I support you one hundred percent. So thank you again for joining me and good luck