Spending Countless Hours Studying For Finals

I want to apologize for my lack of updates lately. It’s almost time for finals at my university so I’ve been a busy college student writing up research papers and studying for exams. I’ve just barely been making time for my daily posts but I can’t give up now because I really want to uphold my 2014 New Years Resolution to write one post for each daily prompt!

To prepare for my finals, I’ve been spending SO MUCH time in the library. So much time that they had to tape it off to keep me out.

Ok just kidding. We actually had a really bad rainstorm and a lot of the old buildings on campus (like the library) had leaks forming left and right.

Forced to relocate and find a new study spot, I discovered something beautiful.


No. I found home.


I don’t know what any of them say but they look so nice!
No, wait.

I want to read all of them! Once I learn more Chinese.
Hey, look! Those numbers are even easier to read!

This Asian Library turned out to be the PERFECT place for me to study. 🙂

This is why I love the size of Rutgers. It’s so EASY to discover amazing new places every day! Each day is a new adventure here.



  1. Good luck with your finals – I’m facing down mine as well (just wrote a post about it, in fact…). I’m looking forward to transferring to the University soon, they have a HUGE library there!

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  3. priprichicken

    this library looks AMAZING. can’t wait to go to university next year so i can be surrounded by books and be as happy as you look in this post haha 🙂

    1. It is! You’re going to Rutgers next year? You’ll love it here. SUCH an awesome university. If you take a look around my blog, you’ll find a number of posts I’ve written about the university. Feel free to check those out and let me know if you have any questions! 🙂

      1. priprichicken

        unfortunately i live in england so i won’t be able to go to that uni 🙁 definitely gonna go there if i get a change though and thanks for offering to give advice, the sentiment was appreciated 🙂

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