Opportunity right there - try to bend the schedule so you have at least few peaceful minutes when you can just watch and relax. Even if you would be just sitting ready, just to leave as soon as it gets to horizon. Sunrises occurs sooner during the summer. That could get you some extra time before you leave.
We were doing it in the office for some time - hot tea/coffee, chairs next to the window and just observing the horizon getting brighter until we saw the sun rising. It's sounds quite lame and ordinary, but I've always found it awesome.>>7193813
No point in denying weed took its part. At least the first 2 times. I was unable to find any motivation. I've passed exams where I've filled less than 50% questions, failed those for which I studied. Nothing made sense. It felt like I've chosen wrong school, etc... On the third try, I've put my shit together (weed-clear by that time) was able to hold in there for 3 semesters (although I had full time job & meetings and still had to attend exercises, labs,...), then got dumped over failed mathematical analysis (I always sucked in math). My only luck is that this ain't US so there is no student debt.
Guess there might be a part of me, which feels failed and not equal to my peers, so it keeps me under pressure now. To catch up and never repeat such hiatus again.>>7194835
Nobody wants to.
It's ironic. Kids which can't wait to become adults.
Adults missing all the days as a kids.