Some of you guys wanted me to write about my B-School life and share more about my campus, but I don’t know why that never happened.
I also went through issues in my personal life and I was anyway never fond of the process of writing about personal life (so far), so probably due to that also I didn’t write anything about campus either. There’s also another big reason, a B-School life is extremely different from any other sort of campus life (or so I believe), hence it’s difficult for me to put down in words. As you may have noticed otherwise also, I am not very good at penning about my life. However, I did not want to end this year without giving a tiny peak into that. I’ll definitely try to share pictures of my campus before I move over to the second part of my degree in Europe. However, as of now, I can only tell you small bits of how it’s different, because I wish to be at peace that I didn’t end this year without writing anything about it.
The biggest difference remains of sleep. Nobody ever sleeps. Not even the people who have nothing to do. Although you will always have something to do, but my course, international management, runs faster as compared to the flagship course. In the flagship course at least, people can easily get time, still they won’t sleep and will keep chilling/partying till the wee hours. There’s the constant running around for breakfast and coffee breaks in between classes, where you get frustrated with the mess queues & what not! It’s funny how even in post graduation, you meet all sorts of people, the kinds you met in graduation, maturity in terms of age is not really necessary to be found :P. You meet the ones who cry for marks, the ones who think they are the coolest people on Earth, the ones who are actually cool and fun to be around, the anxious & scared ones, the ones who still choose to be nice after all these years of seeing this world and so on. The collective cries when a company is visiting campus and you are supposed to dress up in formals is a common phenomena and even companies don’t leave a chance to make fun of it. 😀 Its a very unique kind of a life and I am happy that I managed to live it. I wish it lasted longer, than the Europe bit at least, because there you are on your own and there’s no campus life as such.
I may not be good with words when it comes to writing about my life, but I’ll definitely try to share pictures sometime soon.
And with this last Monday Mumbles for year 2015, I usher in the New Year. May it be a very happy year for all of us! Here’s to hope, happiness & love!
5 thoughts on “Life Lately | Belated Monday Mumbles 15”
I had high hopes from your blog :P. I mean, your blog was sometimes most searched by me. However, you skipped it. You also have to give that reason before 2016 comes, nation wants to know
Aye!!! Happy New Yearr!!!
Hey its OK, Some of us are your fans for now; may be that’s why we are curious about personal life of the Celebrity :). No issues write things with which you are comfortable . Wish You all a Happy New Year ahead.
Haha the type of people you mentioned, it reminded me of many in my college days too. About being good with words, the primary requirement of good grammar & zero spelling mistake is satisfied and you have your thoughts well arranged. The rest will find their way if we are passionate enough. (Psst! That is what I believe about myself :P) We’ll see what happens. Good luck 😀
Hey Hi there! Thanks for visiting 🙂 what I meant when I said I am not good with words is that when I am writing personal posts , not grammatically or anything, I think that’s good enough (if I may say so myself :P) . Hope to see you more here 😀