I’ve seen the guy a few times before so when I couldn’t find an open table I asked him if I could share his. He was very polite and I was able to actually get some studying done even though that Starbucks always plays their music too loud. As he was leaving, he noticed my physics homework. Cue a 20 minute conversation about LBCC, CSULB and being a biochemistry major. He told me that he went to LBCC too and that he’s also a biochem major and thinking about going to medical school. I told him that I’m really struggling in Physics and that being serious at LBCC is kind of hard since pretty much everyone is so relaxed and not serious about school. He told me that physics and biochem in general is pretty tough but that it’s do-able as long as you’re willing to work for it, then he said “Don’t let other people effect you or hold you back, it’ll bring you down and you’ll never reach your full potential.” I really need to keep this in mind, just because other people don’t study, doesn’t mean I shouldn’t either. I need to do what’s best for me regardless of what other people will think.
After Starbucks I headed to the gym for Ashley’s cycle class. My legs were still sore but I really wanted to push it since I haven’t been able to run lately (because of school). I felt great at the gym but now the soreness is even worse, just getting out up out of a chair is tough. I’m walking around all stiff too, I think this might be what being old feels like haha. Oh well! I’m working tomorrow and will be on my feet all day long so tomorrow will also be my rest day. But definitely running on Saturday!