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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Lasell chapter.

At 8:00 a.m. my soothing alarm goes off and I hit snooze. It is an April Wednesday at Lasell University and I have an exciting day ahead. I wake up before it goes off again and roll out of bed. I take a shower and start my morning routine. I have a very specific morning routine that I follow every day. I eat breakfast, do my skincare routine, and drink lots of water. This morning I also called my mom!

I’m out the door by 9:10 a.m. to pick up program supplies for Lasell’s Habitat for Humanity Club. I am the president of the club and love being a part of the organization. Tomorrow, we are hosting a meal-making event to donate bagged lunches to a local homeless shelter! 

By 9:30 a.m. I have found my way to my first class of the day! The class is PHIL302, otherwise known as Ethics. After sitting through that class, I order a drink at the STC on-campus Starbucks. 

Next class is ED206, an early literacy class. The class begins at 11 a.m. and runs until 12:15 p.m. I am an elementary education major, so this is a class needed for my major. I also find it very interesting! Today, we have a quiz about phonological awareness. 

After the class, it is time for lunch! I grab lunch with some people from my ED206 class at the dining hall. We stay there until my next class begins.  

At 2 p.m., it is time for ED337. The class is Teaching and Applying Math. We are working on developing our classroom policies for when we enter the classroom.

After the class, I get back to my dorm around 3:30 p.m. I have an hour to get some homework done before my evening activities begin. Today, that does not happen! I ended up taking a nap until my weekly yoga class began at 5 p.m. Yoga was super relaxing and such a great practice. 

After yoga, I eat a quick dinner in my dorm. Then at 7 p.m., I head off to an Empty Bowls meeting. The club just organized a successful event in March, raising money for the Centre Street Food Pantry. Tonight, we are celebrating raising over $4,000! All the money will go towards fighting food insecurity in Newton and surrounding communities. We have a fun potluck filled with yummy food. Plus, a Kahoot game and t-shirt decorating. 

I leave the ceramics studio around 9:30 p.m. to head back to my dorm for the night. I get into my pajamas within seconds of returning. I am currently watching Daisy Jones & The Six with my roommate, so we watch 2 episodes before I go to bed. After the show, I do my skincare routine, journal, and go to sleep! Thanks for reading along throughout my day! 

Isabelle is a Sophmore Elementary Education major at Lasell! She also is working towards her minor in History. On campus, Isabelle is involved in HerCampus, Habitat for Humanity, Tomorrow's Teachers, and Empty Bowls. Her hobbies include yoga, listening to Taylor Swift, and thrifting!