7 Struggles of Commuting to University!

Two weeks into university, I have already experienced  a few of the many struggles of being a “commuter student”.  Here are some of the most common and hate-able sides of commuting;

1.Having to wake up at 5am for a 9am start ! Ohh Noooo !

giphySleep is too sweet to wake up. You have to make sure you set your alarm the night before, or you will be running late, I`m sure you don’t walk to a lecture room full of faces, all staring at you because you are the last one to walk in…

2. Changing 3 trains and then taking the bus to university. Are you kidding me!

anigif_enhanced-8465-1426631605-18.gifI am not going to lie, it is the longest of all, having to change three trains and then take a bus to university which equals about 4 hours of your day is not easy. In fact, its a waste of time.  If you live close and only take one train or its only a 20 minute drive. Feel lucky!

3.  Spending 4 hours on the train each day. Wha-t?

.......gifI mean, in those four hours you could be getting a lot done if you was staying on campus or if you lived closer to home. It`s upsetting, but you gotta do what you have to do…

4. Feeling like you ate the sun ! It gets warm inside trains.

When-You-Start-Crying-Maybe-Even-Sweating-Bit.gifThis is normal, very normal. Me and my best friend feel extra warm after we get onto the second and third train. I guess its because of walking around, stress and rushing. Good luck with trains guys!

5. Should I join a society? Or go to an event….?

tenor.gifIs it really worth it? because all events and societies meet late in the evening this = going home late at night.  But then how will I make friends. Ahh forget it.  It can`t be that bad, I mean “missing out” on the whole “college experience” is not a big deal. Or is it?

6. Last but not least. For now. Heavy backpack.

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Sometimes, you need too many things for the day. Then once you zip your backpack and try to pick it up. It so heavy that you feel like crying…

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