I remember my last few semesters of college like it were yesterday. (Well, it's really only been two years, but who's counting?) Through the stress of back to back exams, projects that didn't seem to have an end, the traffic jam that was my campus's parking lot--I knew I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.
Because it was in college where I really found myself. Being forced into an entirely different atmosphere--becoming financially independent, living on my own, meeting new people that didn't grow up the same way I did--took me out of my comfort zone. And that, I think, was the best thing that ever happened to me.
When you're only doing something comfortable and familiar to you, how are you learning? By putting myself in situations that were unfamiliar, I was able to learn more about who I am and who I strive to be as an individual. And that is just as valuable as aceing my Microeconomics course.
We at ThinkTalk found this great article on 25 things you learned while in college. They are all extremely humorous and very true! Check out the article here.
So until you walk across that stage, be sure to soak in the moment, and have fun.
Have a great weekend!