BRRRRBlizzard

I don’t know about you, but when a big storm comes like this, boredom is pushed to an entirely different level. I am on break, and throughout it there have been consecutive days where I chose not to leave my house and be a couch potato, so you would think this storm would be easy.

NO.

The difference between that scenario and this one is that I had a choice to leave if I felt like it. I am sure all you college students can relate to me. Regardless, we are all stuck in the house.  So, how can we make the best of it?

Hmm.

You could do that laundry that has piled up or work on the house project you said you would start that you haven’t had or made time to do.

No.

I could get a head start on my online classes that will start next week or begin a job search for my first big girl job after college.

Maybe we can just not do those things. Forget I even mentioned it because we all know that’s not going to happen

I could; however, bet a good sum of money that many will be binge watching Netflix, catching up on social media news/stocking everyone on your timeline — we all do it; don’t be ashamed  — sleeping all day long or building a snowman. I won’t judge you if you don’t judge me. Shoveling snow in these conditions is a lot of work anyway.

In all seriousness, I hope everyone reading this stays safe, warm and enjoys the snow.

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-Jas

 

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