A Juggling Act & Bisexual Problems: Sarah’s Weekly Newsletter

Tuesday, February 4

Good morning, everybody! Even though I had to be up quite early today, I’m feeling pretty energized and good about my day. I know I said this before, but I actually really enjoy getting up early four days a week. It makes the days feel longer and more meaningful, in a way.

Right now I’m drinking my morning coffee and trying to warm up for the day. I am at my internship from 10-4, and then I’m going to get dinner with my friend Allison at 5:30. It should be a pretty uneventful day. After dinner I’m going to get some homework done, and then I’d like to take an evening walk around my campus. I know some people would be spooked by the prospect of going for a walk around their campus at night, but I actually rather like it. I live in a safe area, and it makes me happy to engage with nature and spend some quality time with myself. 

Wednesday, February 5


Right now, it’s about 10am and I’m sitting in the campus center. I normally have a class at 9:30, but for some fortunate reason, it was cancelled today. I’m certainly not complaining! Having three back-to-back classes really wears you down.

I’m currently listening to a pretty wide mixture of music, ranging from Michael Nyman’s intense contemporary instrumentals to more light-hearted songs like Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffet. I’ve completed and scheduled two posts for the blog, which is fantastic, and I finished all my homework for the week, so I don’t really have anything I need to be working on. 

Thursday, February 6

Wow, this week is flying by. I’ve been keeping busy per usual, juggling my blog, Analog, my internship, my classes, and still finding time for sleep and socialization. I would say things have been pretty placid and harmonized lately- in my professional/academic life, at least. In my personal life, I’m going through typical uphill battles that most young women go through in their lives; feeling like someone is playing games with me, taking advantage of me, etc. Valentine’s Day being in February is a pretty overwhelming reminder that I’m single yet another year. I’d like to find someone to share my life with, but I’m also conscious of the fact that things will fall into place when they’re meant to. I have feelings for a couple of people right now, a boy and a girl (living that bisexual life), and one of them is blowing me off while the other one is being fair and invested in me. Hopefully, one of them will pan out, but honestly, who knows what will happen?

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