A Day in my Life: Fall 2017

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Happy Wednesday y'all! I've shared similar blog posts to this before but I'm excited to share this as it's my first college daily routine post. In terms of my routine itself, it's so different than my daily routine back in high school (I say that like it wasn't only a few months ago haha!). In high school, I was at school from 8 AM- 3 PM and then had homework and my nannying job afterwards. In college, I have only a few classes a day and then the rest of the day free to study or hang out with friends or whatever. If you're interested in a post about time management and how I do that, let me know as that plays a lot into my day-to-day life in college.

It did take me a few weeks to settle into my routine here at Clemson as you're so free to do whatever you want in between classes. I've (mostly) figured out what times I always go to the library or whatever and it helps my day go a lot more smoothly. Of course, everything changes from day-to-day so no two days look exactly alike!

My class schedule is for Monday/Wednesday/Friday and then Tuesday/Thursday so those days typically look the same. I like to wake up a bit earlier than I need to so that I can have plenty of time to get ready and eat breakfast. In between my first two classes, I typically spend time at the library so that I'm near the location of my next class.

After my lab gets out on Wednesday (I only have it once a week), my schedule tends to switch up a bit. Today, for example, I have a sorority event but usually you can find me hanging out friends, studying in the library if I have a test to study for, or going to the gym. Bedtime also depends on the day but on a "typical" day, it's usually around 11!

What does a typical day in your life look like? Let me know in the comments!


  1. I'd love to see a post on time management tips specifically for high school. I find that I have so many interests that take a lot of my time. I love everything I do, but I get worried sometimes I should be using my time to study instead of participating in a club.

    1. I'll add that to my content calendar! Thanks for reading!


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