Five Words To Describe Your Week

Welcome back to The Sunday Five, hosted by Reads and Treats.

This week’s topic is…


3-words-to-describe-your-week


Structured 

My whole week has been very well-structured. It’s unusual for me to have all of my weekly plans written down in a diary, but between a new semester at uni, starting a new job, committing to at least three blog posts a week, arranging to go to gym classes with my sister, and social commitments… I figured I better start writing it all down before something goes astray (like my head).


Hectic

You know all those commitments I just mentioned? Yeah, well, life is pretty hectic for me at the moment. I have so much going on, and so many new things happening all at once. It’s all pretty exciting though – like, being in my final year at uni, and also finally earning some moneeeeyyyyyyy.


Challenging

I’m already kind of regretting my decision to take two English classes this semester as well as a research project. My weekly reading lists are off the charts! So it’s pretty safe to assume that I will be taking up coffee-drinking this semester.


Quick

With everything happening all at once, this week has gone by very quickly.


Learning

This week it feels as though all I have done is learn new things, like how to do yoga and not fall flat on my face, a whole new job in hospitality, and new research methods for uni. Talk about a steep learning curve, I’m loving all the challenges though!


What are some words you would use to describe your week?

2 thoughts

  1. Challenging is definitely a word I would use to describe the current week. It’s only Wednesday, but it feels like Monday, and my brain thinks it’s Saturday. How messed up is that?! Haha.

    I hope this week goes better. Commitments are good, but sometimes it’s just too much. I feel ya there love. Thanks for participating again! I love your answers!

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