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School, work, family.

How do you juggle it?

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Most of the time i can't. I don't spend much time with my family more with my friends but in school i'm allways falling behind and i get realy stressed out. The difficult part is spliting time between your friends and your boyfriend because who ever you spend the most time with the other won't be that happy. But with me I will choose friends every time.

Linzi + Chris 4 eva

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I don't, LOL. Well, I don't have a job...but I just finished up my junior year of high school, and playing piano and writing music is basically my wellbeing. And well, my family, we're not the closest in the world, but we're working on that.... (family therapy sucks. it does.)

I like bright colors.

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I know what you mean, I have what must be the equivalent of four full time jobs (one is a job). And most adults seem to think that they're under the huge pressure. I think that juggling school, fianceÚ, family and work is more pressure than anyone will ever face!!!
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School- has taken over my life.
Work- Thank God, I have an enjoyable job. I don't mind going, and, in fact, I love it.
Family- No.

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Well as long as I have enough time for romance and guys, I manage to fit the rest in without getting too frustrated or depressed.
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I don't work, but despite that there are times when I find it really hard to plan and use my time wisely between boyfriend, family and school, specially when I have tests, exam season or just an awful lot of work to do!
When I have tests, I don't study as much as I should (note: I'm not a bad student, just could be a bit better), as I can't live without my boyfriend, and the max I can stay withou seing him is 2 days...and even that sometimes is hard...!
Then sometimes I know I have to study but my parents take me to visit my grandparents, and I feel like so bad, as I'm there doing nothing that I enjoy, as I could be studying or even spending time with my bf...
But in general I manage it well, I'm sure there are people with a lot more responsabilities in life than me who have a hard time using their time the right way!!

Stay safe!!


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I have a bad (although good from certain point of view) habit of mixing business with pleasure. I dated people at school, now I date people from work. It's a huge company so there is less danger of conflicts of interest.

Thank goodness all my relatives know how to use a computer and email. Amazing how it has kept me in touch even with grandparents a thousand miles away.

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