Feelings like these can be correlated to the “Sophomore Slump”, as they say
For many college students, it's what occurs during your second year of college. It’s pretty simple to comprehend. Starting college is exciting: You meet new people, you get to create your own schedule, and you experience a whole different environment and more. On the other hand, your second year of college can seem like you’re completely over the excitement that comes with the first year, but you’re still at a point where graduating and focusing on life after college is still far ahead. In that case, it’s understandable to feel down and like time is going by far too slow for you to keep yourself encouraged.
I did however put some effort into researching some ways i can keep myself focused and on the right track. One way i believe will assist me is remembering why i am attending college in the first place. I strive to take on the challenges my parents didn’t have the opportunity to take. I desire to work hard and diligently to be able to say i put forth maximum effort to reach my career goals. Speaking into existence has assisted me in accomplishing so many things, and i know it will help me in times when i feel my journey to graduation feels extremely long-term.
-- Lupita Villarreal