Friday, 30 March 2012


            I am a very busy campus student who never seems to have enough of sleep. When I was in high school, I used to look forward to the time when I would be able to relax: when I joined campus. In my estimation at the time I used to think that in campus there is no pressure as it was in high school. In my book campus was the place where students had fun and there was no struggle at all for anything. When I joined campus I however realized that the opposite was in effect true. Getting tired and what have you was even more pronounced than I thought.
            I was appointed to be the class representative-CR in short-of my class and what this meant was that I turned out to be the busiest student in my class. I was forced to do things to do with ensuring my class was attending classes on time, informing all my classmates whenever the lecturers communicated to me that they won’t be making it to class at certain times and so on. At the start of my second semester in campus I landed a job as an essay writer in an essay writing firm right in the town where my campus was situated.
            What I didn’t know at the time was that my life had just been turned into a living hell. There was so much I had to do as regards to juggling between my classwork responsibilities and the writing part-time job I had been given. I used to get to my room at about midnight every day and it was tiring to say the least. By the end of six months I was all in and I basically couldn’t take it anymore. I quit my duty as a CR but I still felt tired at the end of the day. I guess getting tired is part and parcel of campus life.

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